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Now that China has lifted travel restrictions on its citizens, Pattaya Tourist Police are preparing to protect Chinese tourists from the city’s crimes. The chief of Tourist Police Station 4 said yesterday that the lift on Chinese travel restrictions might result in a crime rise in the area. Tourist Police will start patrolling high-risk spots …

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The chief of Tourist Police Station 4 said yesterday that the lift on Chinese travel restrictions might result in a crime rise in the area. Tourist Police will start patrolling high-risk spots such as Walking Street, South Pattaya, and Beach Road every day from 9pm to 3am. The chief, Pol. Lt. Col. Pichaya Kheawpluang, said this especially aims to deter crimes by transgender people allegedly involved in many recent petty crimes against tourists.

Perhaps if they'd previously patrolled daily between 9pm to 3am, there wouldn't be any high risk hot spots.

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Yes pleas assign one police officer to each Chinese traveler. That is the best protection they can get

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