Burma Times: 08 May 2015
38 police officers believed to have been involved in the trafficking of Rohingyas have been transferred to the Royal Thai Police Operations Center, while the investigation is still underway.
According to Royal Thai Police Chief Police General Somyos Pumpanmuang, new police officers will be appointed to fill those vacancies, while the 38 officers in question will remain at the Police Operations Center for the duration of the investigation.
Some of those suspected of accommodating human trafficking included high-ranking police officers, such as superintendents and sub-inspectors.
Other officers held positions in immigration, anti-human trafficking and marine police divisions.