Avalon donates police booth


On Friday 17 October 2008 at 09.30 am, beside the King's school developer of Avalon Mr. Dinkie Man has transferred a new police booth to Hua Hin Police. Chief Commander of Hua Hin Police Pol. Colonel Kasana Jaeng-Sawang and Pol. Lieutenant Colonel Samer U-Samran from Hua Hin Traffic Police has accepted the police booth.

Chief Commander Pol. Colonel Kasana Jaeng-Sawang has thanked Mr. Dinkie on behalf of Hua Hin Police for his kind donation. The police booth has costed 200,000Baht. This police booth will be great for police officers on duty as it will protect them from rain and it will give them place where they can have a break during their shift.

Mr. Dinkie Man said that he has been living in Thailand for almost 20 years. He lives now in Cha-Am district. He has been developer for a long time; he has built many houses project in Cha-Am and Hua Hin districts. The Kingdom of Thailand was a good home for him and now he decided to support Hua Hin community.

Lieutenant-Colonel Samer U-Samran said that the budget of traffic police division is very small and very often there is not enough money to buy police equipment. For example three months ago Traffic Police Officers bought a car with their own money. He said that he is very grateful to Mr. Dinkie for the new police booth.

Reported by Khun Tuck Dechapanya

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