Strengthen Law Enforcement System (Smart Patrol) for Wildlife Conservation in World Heritage Site, Huai Khakhaeng and Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary May 22-29, 2011
To continue a part of our conservation effort, the Strengthen Law Enforcement System (Smart Patrol) for Wildlife Conservation in World Heritage Site, Huai Khakhaeng and Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary was held during May 22-29, 2011 in collaborative of the Special Training Division 2, Border Patrol Police Bureau and Special Operation Division, Investigation Center, Provincial Police Region 3 for patrols ranger of Huai Khakhaeng Wildife Sanctuary, Thungyai Naresuan (East) Wildlife Sanctuary, and Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary. The training objectives were to strengthen the patrol effectiveness on threats detection and prevention as well as to maintain the pilot site’s Smart Patrol model for further duplication in other protection areas.
Register and receive field gears with data forms
Mr. Chatchaval Phitdamkham, director of Wildlife Conservation Office, DNP
gives the opening speech to the ceremony and
Acting Lt. Uthai Chansuk, the HKK superintendent reports to the chairman
Introduction about the importance of Smart Patrol by Mr. Anak Pattanavibool, WCS director
Map & Compass for field patrol by WCS officers
Fundamental using of GPS
Next was the activities to enhance physical strength of patrol rangers for effective patrol. The patrol rangers were trained about foot patrol techniques, weapons, arrest & encounter techniques, etc. by experienced instructors from Special Training Division 2, Border Patrol Police Bureau and ones from Special Operation Division, Investigation Center, Provincial Police Region 3.
Ready for physical strength test
Lecture about patrol rangers’ discipline. Bring consciousness and recreation activities.
Stand in line in respect to national flag with national anthem and checking perfection of uniform
Practice map reading with using of compass and GPS in every morning
Exercise as to prepare for the next chapter
Inspection and arrest
Different kinds and specification of weapons
Reassemble and clean
Firearm shooting practice
Practice recording in data form
Using principle GPS functions
Give instructions closely during patrol
Report patrol mission to the meeting with Mr. Teeraphat Prayoonsit, deputy director-general of the Department of Natural Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) participated and asked about the patrol problem.
Certificates offered to the participated rangers by
Mr. Teeraphat Prayoonsit, deputy director-general of DNP