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|Commissioner-General of the Royal Thai Police|
|Assumed office |
1 October 2015
|Preceded by||Somyot Poompanmoung|
|Born||19 October 1959|
|Children||Police Captain Chanant Chaijinda|
|Alma mater||Vajiravudh College|
Royal Police Cadet Academy
|Net worth||865 million baht (2014)|
Chakthip graduated from Vajiravudh College, the Royal Police Cadet Academy and an additional investigation course in international post-blast investigations at the International Law Enforcement Academy of Bangkok (ATF-ILEA), and then took courses at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. He passed the Counter Assault Team course of the United States Secret Service. He attended the anti-terror course of the Naresuan 261 Counter-Terrorism Unit and Arintharat 26.
The National Police Policy Committee, on 14 August 2015, promoted Chakthip to be the eleventh Commissioner-General of the Royal Thai Police, replacing Pol. Gen. Somyot Poompanmoung who retired on 30 September 2015.
Chaktip, together with his spouse, declared assets of 865 million baht in his 2014 asset declaration.
Chakthip will retire on 30 September 2020, making him one of the longest-serving Royal Thai Police Commissioners-General.
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