Police at 11 stations in three provinces of the turbulent far South not only have to survive a hostile environment, they have to do it from makeshift offices without proper facilities -- because extensions and renovations promised years ago have not been built.
According to the Southern Border Police Operations Centre, police assigned to 11 stations are working in temporary offices. Some have set up the makeshift working places on the station premises, others have been forced to work out of places such as a house built for welfare services use.
Six police stations in Narathiwat province, three in Pattani and two in Yala are affected.
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