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SIM card registry a necessity, says Isoc

The Internal Security Operations Command (Isoc) has stressed the importance of registering mobile phone SIM cards against valid identity cards in the insurgency-plagued deep South, saying it is necessary to help ward off coordinated bomb attacks. It was reported that Isoc’s Region 4 Forward Command, which is in charge of security across the deep South, […]Read More

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Army boss vows to clean up Isoc

Army chief Apirat Kongsompong vows to dismiss Internal Security Operations Command (Isoc) officers found guilty of drug offences. The general, also deputy chief of Isoc, said he believed crackdowns on drug trafficking gangs alone may not be enough to root out the drug problem. Full story: Bangkok Post WASSANA NANUAM BANGKOK POSTRead More

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ISOC continues surveillance of terrorism and prostitution

BANGKOK, 3 March 2016 (NNT) – The Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC) has continued its surveillance of terrorism and prostitution activities. ISOC Spokesperson Maj Gen Banphot Poonpian said today his agency has yet to detect any sign of terrorism activity, but maintains that all agencies must stay vigilant. Read more: NNTRead More

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Gambling den in Khon Kaen province busted by security forces

KHON KAEN, 2 September 2014 (NNT) – Army officers from the Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC) in Khon Kaen have arrested four people during their raid on a gambling den located in the province’s downtown area. The officers have raided the “Hi-Lo” gambling den located inside a commercial building in front of the Chittavej Ratchanakharin […]Read More

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ISOC condemns attacks on female teacher

YALA, Aug 28 – Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC) has condemned the roadside bomb attack in Pattani province, which resulted in a death of a female teacher. ISOC Fourth Region Forward Command spokesman Col Pramote Prom-in on Thursday expressed sorrow over the death of 28-year-old Patimor Saemasae who was killed in a bomb ambush this […]Read More

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Army concerned more violence could occur before Thai election

BANGKOK, 29 June 2011 (NNT) – First Army Region Commander, Lt-Gen Udomdej Sitabutr expressed his concerns over the last round of political campaign this week before the election takes place on Sunday while instructing the Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC) to report to the police of any unrest or attacks on canvassers. Lt General Udomdej […]Read More

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Thai websites and radio face new crackdown

Thai community radio stations and websites will be subject to closer scrutiny for possible lese majeste content. The Internal Security Operations Command is taking a closer look at community radio stations and websites broadcasting and publishing content which could be deemed offensive to the monarchy. Isoc’s 6th Operation Centre, which has responsibility for promoting royal […]Read More

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No ceasefire at all as claimed by insurgents: ISOC

Internal Security Operation Command (ISOC) on Wednesday denied reports that Malay-Muslim separatist organisations unilaterally suspended organised attacks in three districts of Narathiwat province. The Patani Malay Liberation Movement had issued a statement over the weekend, claiming that the unilateral cease-fire – billed as a confidence-building measure – was implemented in Rangae, Yingor and Choh I-Rong […]Read More