The CAPO’s deputy chief Pracha Promonk said those living in Bangkok could file the complaints at police stations as well as at the Crime Suppression Bureau on Phaholyothin Road. For those in other provinces who want wish to make a complaint, the provincial authorities will assign officials to be in charge of the matters.
Pracha said people could alert police around the clock in a special service set up to deal with the demonstrations.
He specifically mentioned as examples people who were able to conduct such financial activities as payment of car loans, insurance and rent fees because they were blocked by the protests.
He was speaking ahead of the mass rally on Monday when protest leader Suthep Thauguban has vowed to shut down Bangkok for an extended period.