Duty Performance of Traffic Police under Royal Thai Police up on Opinions of People in the Area of, Chum Phae Municipality, Chumphae District, KhonKaen Province

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Prucha Meenonthongmahasan
Phra Nitat Wongwangphoem
Jakkrapong Fongchai
Narong Sornvongkaew

Abstract

The objectives of the research were to study and to compare duty performance of traffic police under Royal Thai Police upon opinions of people in the area of Chumphae Municipality, Chumphae district, KhonKaen province, and to study recommendations for duty performance of the traffic police under Royal Thai Police upon opinions of people in the area of Chum phae Municipality, Chum Phae district, KhonKaen province. The population of the research was a total of 12,000 people in the 2559-2560 record of the police services at Chumphae Police Station, KhonKaen, selected by Taro Yamane’s simple random sampling method. The instrument used for data collection was the rating scale questionnaire. The descriptive statistics used for data analysis were comprised of frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation, and the inferential statistics used for the hypothetical test were engaged in the t-test and the F-test of One-Way analysis of variance (ANOVA), including the test of paired differences by Scheffé’s method. 
The research results were found as follows: 
1. Duty performance of traffic police under Royal Thai Police upon opinions of people in the area of Chumphae Municipality, Chumphae district, KhonKaen province, was found to be overall at a high level. 
2. The comparison of duty performance of traffic police under Royal Thai Police upon opinions of the people, classified by different genders, educational levels, and the average income, was found not to be overall different.
3. The recommendations were found that 1), in terms of traffic supervision, traffic police should be adequately posted at certain places, 2), in terms of traffic knowledge provision, traffic police should be posted to provide people with legal consultancy, and the knowledge of sequestration notification, car registration, the annual vehicle tax payment should be provided people, and 3), in terms of the duty of traffic engineering, traffic police should be provided to shift traffic-obstructed vehicles or to prevent traffic-obstructed vehicles from moving. (Section 5 under the Land Transport Act, B.E. 2522, and Section 12 under the Amendment Act (No. 4), B.E. 2525).

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