Tags : CCTV


Thai actress goes public after cop follows her into toilet

Police are in the hot seat after a junior officer was caught on video following an actress into a women’s toilet and the complaint she filed was seemingly flushed from view. Siralapas “Mew” Kongtrakan on Monday revealed evidence to support her complaint – she filmed him with a mobile phone, and CCTV showed him walking […]Read More

Chiang Mai

CCTV to catch motorcyclists without helmets to be launched in

Chiang Mai will launch a smart CCTV system on December 15th, designed to catch motorcyclists and pillion riders who do not wear crash helmets, to reduce road casualties involving motorcycles. The system was jointly developed by the Safer Roads Foundation and the Provincial Traffic Accident Prevention Planning Office. For the initial stage, the system has […]Read More


“Bombs” placed on Bangkok’s Inthamara 55 Road

BANGKOK, Feb 19 (TNA) — Police were checking surveillance camera footage to identify a suspect who laid what looked like bombs on Inthamara 55 Road. Explosive ordnance disposal officials rushed to the scene to handle two suspicious objects found on the road at 11am. Full story: tnamcot.com TNARead More


Pathum Thani man kills self on camera

A 35-year-old merchant reportedly overcome by stress shot himself dead outside his home in Pathum Thani early Sunday morning in an incident captured by a CCTV camera. Pol Captain Watcharapong Thienpratham of Khlong Luang district police said officers were at the house in Tambon Khlong Sam at 1.30am with a medical examiner and Ruam Katanyu […]Read More


Police report 30 percent drop in lane violations 2 days

BANGKOK, 11th May 2018 (NNT) – Police report that after just two days of using lane-change cameras in 15 areas of Bangkok, they have seen a targeted 30 percent drop in traffic violations and an improvement in traffic flow. Deputy Commander of the Traffic Police, Pol Col Kitti Ariyanon reported today that a total 27,514 […]Read More


367,000 CCTV cameras to be connected by 2019

BANGKOK, 13 January 2018 (NNT) – The Ministry of Defense is determined to link 367,000 closed circuit cameras across Thailand by 2019 for national security and public safety. Ministry of Defense Spokesperson Lt Gen Kongcheep Tantrawanich said the government will join hands with private organizations to connect more than 367,000 surveillance cameras, both working on […]Read More


Krabi authorities urged to fix over 80 out-of-order CCTV cameras

Business operators in Krabi have voiced concern over lax security in the southern tourist province after more than 80 surveillance cameras in tourist spots were found to be dysfunctional. According to sources, 48 CCTV cameras at commercial areas at Ao Nang and Nopparat Thara beaches went out of service after they were not taken care […]Read More