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Thai law enforcement officer directs traffic to create safer school zones

26-01-2018

A local law enforcement officer directs traffic in front of Wat Chong Nonsi School in Bangkok.

A local law enforcement officer directs traffic in front of Wat Chong Nonsi School in Bangkok.

Local authorities recently assigned a city law enforcement officer to direct traffic in front of Wat Chong Nonsi School, Bangkok, safely guiding students and parents to school during the morning drop-off. The officer was assigned to direct traffic following a meeting with AIP Foundation and key stakeholders which discussed activities and progress for the Helmets for Kids program. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to Acting Sub Lt Chuphon Tonmanee, Head of Yan Nawa District’s City Law Enforcement Section, for his prompt support.

The Helmets for Kids program aims to increase helmet use among children, teachers and parents to better protect them from head injury and raise public awareness of the importance of child quality helmet use and is supported by Grab Thailand.

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