National Police supports the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s measures.
Gov’t is recruiting nearly 2,000 new police officers in order to maintain public order.
The gov’t creates a ministry spokespersons unit to ensure speedy responses.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng yesterday urged Battambang provincial authorities to continue paying attention in implementing safe village and commune policies and continue addressing people’s problems.
A meeting with private security companies to maintaining security and public order.
An Apsara Authority committee to relocate vendors around Preah Pithu temple.
Traffic accident casualties in the first nine months of the year have increased by more than double when compared to the same period last year, according to the Interior Ministry’s Department of Traffic Police and Public Order.
The Pchum Ben festival (Oct 8 – 10) has seen the Department of Traffic Police and Public Order report 53 traffic accidents country-wide. These accidents caused 28 deaths and 85 injuries, 65 of which were serious.
Pagodas are busy preparing for visitors for the first day of Pchum Ben.
A Phnom Penh Court judge extends former opposition leader Kem Sokha’s pre-trial detention by another six months on the grounds that Mr Sokha’s release could endanger public order.
More than a dozen families in O’Yadav district are evicted from the premises of the Seima Sovankiri pagoda.
The National Election Committee says that it has thus far received three complaints from parties over election campaign irregularities.
Up to the sixth day of the electoral campaign, the National Election Committee says it has received three complaints from party supporters.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng issues a directive to prevent cross-border crimes.
Security forces to detain anyone who incites disruptions of the upcoming election.
The NEC wants to ensure that the upcoming election on July 29 goes smoothly.
The NEC reveals locations that political parties will be banned from using.
PM appeals to authorities and the armed forces to facilitate traffic and public order on New Year’s Eve.
Families of victims who died in the 2010 stampede on Koh Pich Bridge says they have still not come to terms with the tragic accident during anniversary ceremonies held yesterday.
Five karaoke parlours are temporarily closed in Por Senchey after night-time breakdowns in security and public order.