Juvenile Court organize character building camp


On Monday 06 October 2008 in the morning at the Division 2 of the Infantry Center at Thanarat Military Camp the Chief Judge of the Juvenile and Family Division Mr. Somprasong Phetsuwan has organized character building camp for 51 youngsters with problems aged 15 – 18. To assist with the camp were invited Deputy Commandant of Infantry Center Senior Colonel Wihan Naakkulboot, Provincial Chief Judge Mr. Supphakit Boonlonthuk, military and juvenile court teams. Vice Governor Mr. Bongkarn Limpaphan has presided over the training. 

Mr. Charanwit Uhasutthiyanon, Lay-Judge has welcomed all gusts and informed them that the purpose of this project is to return those youngsters to the society, stop them from committing any more crimes so they will not appear in the court again. After attending this character building camp they should have better attitudes towards society and their families, this should give them a brighter future.

Deputy Commandant of Infantry Center Senior Colonel Wihan Naakkulboot has expressed his delight in welcoming government officers from Prachuapkhirikhan Province. This project has been originally initiated by HM the King. He said that Thanarat Military Camp's name was given by the King as the token of memory for Field Marshal Sarit Thanarat, the former Commander in Chief and former prime minister, who has worked hard for the nation. Those youngsters should follow this example and be taught the discipline and respect the rights of other people and obey the social rules. 

Vice Governor Mr. Bongkarn Limpaphan has welcomed all team members from the Provincial Court and the military team lead Senior Colonel Wihan Naakkulboot. He also thanked all the soldiers who devoted their time for training of those youngsters. He hopes that all of the 51 teenagers trained in this project will become good citizens in the future.  

Reported by Khun Tuck Dechapanya

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