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Private forces asked to secure Win-Win launch

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A military police stands securing the Win-Win Monument yesterday. Heng Chivoan

Private forces asked to secure Win-Win launch

The head of the National Police’s private security department, Lim Sokha Raksmey, called on private security companies to deploy their agents during the inauguration ceremony of the Win-Win Monument, which will be held for three days from Saturday.

“Private security companies should not only protect private properties, but they must also [take part] in protecting the safety of the public. Private security agents are the extension of the National Police forces", he added.

Heng Meng Ho, Libra Private Security CEO, signalled his company’s willingness to cooperate.

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