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What 'White Prison' status means for thai prisons

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Kobkiat Kasivivat, deputy director-general of the Corrections Department, says that less than half of the prisons in Thailand have qualified for "White Prison" status so far. 

CLEANING UP THE PRISONS: Corrections Department deputy chief Kobkiat Kasivivat.

"Out of 143 prisons in Thailand, 70 have been named White Prisons. They must be free of drugs and mobile phones. We conduct urine tests and search cells. If drug use isn't detected and no mobile phones are found, the facility qualifies as a White Prison."

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