Phnom Penh: Deputy National Police Commissioner Him Yan urged the implementation of the Action Plan to Prevent Piracy in Phnom Penh To contribute to reducing crime, he especially encouraged the force tasked with implementing the plan. Most.

The announcement was made on March 9 at a meeting to review the results of the prevention and prevention work. Phnom Penh's February Fraud and the March 2020 Employment Charge, Encouraging and Encouraging Committees The executive orders implement this plan.

He said that police officers need to strengthen the enforcement mechanism at all levels to increase the effectiveness of cracking down on crime. Lowered participation in crime reduction.

“I urge all relevant police officers to strengthen their duties, duties and procedures,” he said. Build a case to have strong evidence, impose a high level of punishment in line with the criminal code of the Kingdom of Cambodia, ”he said.

At the same time, Hem Yan also recommended a review of the release of the shockwave Also reactivated to report to leaders and take further action as well as intensify the investigation of the case The remainder goes on.

Phnom Penh deputy police chief Song Ly said yesterday he had attended the meeting.

He claimed that the case against the prevention and suppression of theft and seizure cases in Phnom Penh was Deputy Commissioner Him Yan. The National Police encouraged police officers at all levels to effectively implement the plan.

He added that after receiving such a command and encouragement from above, the police force will continue to strive to Participate in reducing crime.

Song Ly said: “The work at the top level has been entrusted to us. Encourage us to continue our law enforcement and ordering efforts in Phnom Penh. The most common crimes we deal with are the cases of seizure of assets such as catapult, cash, phone and accessories. There are other cases of robbery and theft.

According to a brief report on the implementation of the February 2013 Trafficking in the City Campaign, read by Suy Sokunthea, deputy director of the Criminal Police Department and head of the Secretariat for Preventing and Combating Trafficking in Phnom Penh, said that since yesterday 1 hr As of February 29, 2020, Phnom Penh authorities have cracked down 62 of the 71 offenses.

In February, the authorities arrested 88 suspects, or 86%, compared to January 2020, he said. Offenses rose 13 percent to 24 percent.

Meanwhile, of the 88 suspects, authorities tested the drug with 78 percent of the occupants.