CCIB fights virtual crimes and celebrates a yr of crime solving

Virtual crimes are on the rise, growing stronger in form and frequency, which has resulted in the Cyber Crime Investigation Bureau expanding its crime stopping duties as they have fun their first anniversary.
The newish CCIB has supplied the Royal Thai Police with formidable crime prevention weaponry with the bureau forever on the lookout for cyber crimes. They aim to catch criminals, who function each on-line and offline. ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์ is led by Lt Gen Kornchai Klayklueng and was established on September 9 last year. Then, 3 months later, the division engaged in its first crime solving mission on December 22. Kornchai tells the Bangkok Post that the organisation is engaged on over 2 thousand cases that entails over 3 thousand suspects. The CCIB normally arrests suspects daily.
The bureau’s obligations could be summarised in 5 areas:
For #1, the bureau arrested 17 suspects in April, as a part of their “shutdown petrol” rip-off which allegedly defrauded around 300 individuals by convincing them to invest in a petrol firm.
Then, in August, police busted 3 major illegal firearm sellers following raids in Chiang Rai and Khon Kaen. Also, in August, the bureau arrested a suspect who allegedly had been tricking people into paying to get appointments for what turned out to be imaginary Moderna vaccines. Over 50 folks had been duped by the scam with the scammer causing 200,000 baht in damages.
For #4, the bureau nabbed a lady again in January for allegedly working an application that livestreamed minors performing sexual acts. A variety of online gambling operations have additionally been busted. The bureau has additionally partnered with the National Cyber Security Agency to design new approaches to cyber safety, however the bureau stories they’re understaffed and under-equipped to deal with upcoming threats.
The bureau can also be engaged on a system where residents can report cyber crimes and attain out for police help on-line. Victims of cyber crimes and followers of talking to the police can attain them at crimetrack@bangkokpost.co.th.
“We can’t completely eradicate cyber-crimes. However, it’s within our power to maintain the crimes down as much as possible”, says Kornchai..

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