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Repeat traffic offenders will be sent to work at morgues in hospitals

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A road in Lamphun, northern Thailand

Doi Ti junction in Lamphun, northern Thailand


The Department of Probation has sought cabinet’s approval for its plan to send traffic offenders placed under probation to conduct public service by working at morgues in hospitals, said Mr Nonthachit Natepukkana, director of community affairs and social service division of Probation Department.

He disclosed that the department earlier entered into an agreement with the Public Health Ministry to send traffic offenders placed under probation to carry out public service activities by assisting patients at hospitals on top of other forms of public service activities such as tree pruning and road sweeping.

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Thai PBS


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