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Police crackdown targets overstaying foreign criminals

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13 hours ago, Cadbury said:

What a disgraceful admission of the administrative incompetence of the Thai government. Presumably many of these would have arrived over the past 4 years.

Maybe the problems associated with visa renewal might have something to do with it.

Just alone the time and mind draining inconvenience, travel expenses, having to put up with bad tempered, inflexible, deliberately unhelpful and inept immigration officers plus the loopy laws related to the different visas would be enough to deter anyone from bothering to renew their visa. But that wouldn't occur to them. 

agreed; that, however, would require introspection, a gene which thais do not possess

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Get them foreign scum,  tarnishing the good name of Thailand.

We want you out, now. and leave your wallets at the airport as well,  scum bags.

 

Thailand needs a back to Back to basics crackdown now.

Killing people on the roads,  beating kids up in the class room, 

and looking down there noses at the poor people of there country .

Also ripping each other off at any and every opportunity. :jap:

 

Ps,  If they arrested and jailed the bad guy Thai's,  most of the so called problem would go away. :thumbsup:

 

 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, YetAnother said:

agreed; that, however, would require introspection, a gene which thais do not possess

Inspection, operations and maintenance.  They just don't do it.  They start something and that's it.  Absolutely horrid follow up.

 

   Some of the inspection and maintenance reporting may be a social thing.  Thais don't want to or are afraid of ratting somebody out that did a bad job, especially if they are senior to them, in some of the ways that Thais measure seniority or status.   They keep quiet, stay in line, etc. 

 

  Heck I am the test and evaluation world, and over the years in the defense and aerospace industry a lot of developers in software and systems did not like my results.  Tuff.  I write it up, provide the test results inputs and outputs and let management arbitrate.  Cost me a job or two here and there, but it also allowed me to stay on mission and flight critical programs because they knew I wasn't going to white wash anything.  Now, just over 1 year to retirement.

 

  One thing that seems to be done very well is all the cleaning staff at just about every hotel I have stayed at.  They are there the next day and do a very good job.  Put those housekeepers on the task!

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14 hours ago, Rc2702 said:

If they were serious about over stayers they would publish a list of names and faces.

It would be my guess that they could never get 100,000 names of 'tourists' to make the list never mind publishing it.

 

Perhaps if they added workers from surrounding countries they might get close to it.

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Tarnishing the image of foreigners is a Thai sport......just an attempt to take the attention off how bad crime is increasing amongst Thai people and how unsafe it is becoming for tourists.

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The country is far too weak allowing too many from countries to arrive “visa on arrival “ and then punishment is pathetic when it comes to overstay! These criminals know this! Why do you think they go to Thailand in the first place. random passport checks everywhere, suits me fine !


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16 hours ago, rooster59 said:

It is feared that some of these people are committing crimes and damaging Thailand’s image.

 

Really, and what about others who do this on a daily basis?

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16 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Prawit also urged the Royal Thai Police to check on incoming and outgoing visitors and implement greater measures to control, monitor and act against those who have overstayed. 

Yeah right, the criminals are really going to turn up for a 90 day report !

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16 hours ago, dcnx said:

Well done. Foreign criminals shouldn’t take money from local criminals.

Damn straight!   Let's keep "Good criminals in, bad criminals out!"

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I wish he come to Sweden and help police there to crackdown targeting foreign criminals.  

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So , it is only the criminals with overstay......all the other criminals,who pay to an office to fix their visa's are excluded.............

So it's a crackdown on people they dont know , because they are not registered in the system...........goodluck with the ghosthunting ?

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12 hours ago, Cadbury said:

Every statistic in government Thailand is fabricated. Especially those produced by the Department of Tourism and the GDP growth figures.

 

 

 

How do you know that? Do you have independent figures from several reliable sources which corroborate and all disagree with the official Thai government figures?

 

Or are you just reporting another urban myth reliant on the bar stool bridge brigade's academy?

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