Interior Minister Sar Kheng has vowed to implement deep reforms in the national police in a move to cope with complexities of crimes in the Kingdom.
Speaking during the 74th anniversary of the National Police at the Ministry of Interior on Thursday, Mr Kheng said that this year the Kingdom will be facing problems regarding security due to the change of global situation.
Mr Kheng noted that terrorism, transnational crimes, drugs trafficking, cybercrimes, and women and children trafficking remain concerns.
“Therefore, police are core forces to fight, and prevent these crimes to ensure that the country is at peace and our people are able to enjoy social development,” he said.
Mr Kheng said that police officers must be capable of identifying suspicious activities that could lead to crimes and crack down on it.