The Child Sexual Exploitation Crime Team of DSI attended the meeting with FANC’s Child Exploitation Working Group (CEWG) at the British Embassy Bangkokpublished: 17/1/2566 16:12:10 updated: 1/5/2566 13:10:00 823 views TH
The Child Sexual Exploitation Crime Team of DSI attended the meeting with FANC’s Child Exploitation Working Group (CEWG) at the British Embassy Bangkok
On 12th January, 2023, Director General of the DSI, Mr. Triyarith Temahivong assigned Police Captain Khemachart Prakyhongmanee (Head of Child Sexual Exploitation Crime Center (CSECC)), Ms. Anchana Chailert (Special Case Officer, Professional Level), Mr. Napol Woraprateep (Special Case Officer, Professional Level), and Ms. Thamonwan Chanittaranun (Foreign Relations Officer, Practitioner Level) from CSECC attended the January 2023 preparatory meeting with FANC’s Child Exploitation Working Group (CEWG) at the British Embassy Bangkok. The purpose of this meeting is to allow the representatives responsible for the suppression of child sexual abuse to coordinate and discuss about the joint operations.
In this regard, Head of CSECC introduced roles and missions of CSECC of DSI, as well as closely exchanged information with relevant foreign agencies and discussed the use of innovation for investigation which received positive responses by the participants. Also, there was further discussion about a guideline for pushing forward laws against livestreaming sexual abuse, as well as CSE cases reported by National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). Besides, the meeting congratulated DSI on establishing CSECC that specialises in the investigation of child sexual abuse, which is Mr. Triyarith Temahivong’s policy that focuses on the cases of child sexual abuse, while CEWG is willing to cooperate with DSI on these particular issues in the future.
The Foreign Anti-Narcotic and Crime Community (FANC) is a cooperation network of foreign law enforcement agencies that aims to be a coordinating channel for the cooperation between law enforcement agencies from 23 countries.