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ISSN (Online) 2630-0532
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  • Innovative Administration Planning for Electricity Consumption in Five
           Districts of Surin Province, Thailand, Based on Seven Electricity User
           Sectors

    • Authors: Pattama Kidroub, Saran Kumjinda
      Pages: 1 - 12
      Abstract: Univariate modelling is employed in this study to forecast the electricity consumption of seven sectors under the responsibility of the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) Sirin Province, namely residential, small size business, medium size business, industrial, specific business, agricultural, and other sectors. The study covers a five-year period from 2022 to 2026 based on time series data and by examining and comparing the effectiveness of three forecasting methods. The three methods under study are the Holt’s linear trend, Brown’s linear trend, and Damped trend with the Mean Absolute Percentage Error used to determine the most suitable method. The comparative results reveal Brown’s linear trend to be the most suitable for forecasting electricity consumption in the residential, small size business sector, medium size business and other sectors, the Damped trend for industrial and specific business sectors, and Holt’s linear trend for the agricultural sector. Total electricity consumption from 2022 to 2026 shows a continuously increasing trend. The annual electricity distribution of the PEA Surin Province shows a continuous increase when compared to the total electricity consumption between 2022 and 2026, with the distributed volume being 2.67, 4.76, 6.47, 7.84, and 8.93 million kWh, respectively. This shows that the PEA Surin Province tends to create a surplus, although at a decreasing rate. Consequently, in the future, the PEA Surin Province may not have sufficient electricity to meet the consumption of all electricity user sectors.
      PubDate: 2022-08-20
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Enhancing Cooperation of Motorcycle Taxi Drivers in Crime Prevention and
           Suppression in Ratchaprasong Area, Pathumwan District, Bangkok

    • Authors: Phuwanai Klaingphrom, Kannika Kukudrua
      Pages: 13 - 25
      Abstract: According to the crime statistics and the results of the public sentiment survey, it obviously reflects the
      importance of safety management innovation. This innovative research is a mixed study aiming to 1) study the level of cooperation and factors affecting the decision of participation 2) study personal factors and factors affecting participation decisions that influence the cooperation; and 3) to enhance cooperation in crime prevention and suppression of motorcycle taxi drivers in the Ratchaprasong area, Bangkok. Research subjects were selected from 95 motorcycle taxi drivers with 76 samples acquired for the quantitative research. Data were collected using a questionnaire with reliability of 0.954, and 8 key informants were interviewed. Findings of the study reveal that the cooperation in the prevention and suppression in general and in all aspects are at a moderate level and the overall factors affecting the decision of participation are at a moderate level. Individual factors and factors affecting the participation decision indicate 59.4% possible contribution to cooperation with a statistically significant level of 0.01.And the variable of the number of serviced trips has a statistically significant effect on the cooperation at the 0.01 level. Finding also reveals 3 ways to improve cooperation in crime prevention and suppression, namely: 1) The police should take concrete action to increase participation in motorcycle taxis 2) All motorcycle taxi drivers should attend the training and a variety of effective and efficient coordination channels should be provided; and 3) Relevant agencies should integrate cooperation networks, establish a specific coordination center in the area for incident prevention.
      PubDate: 2022-09-07
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Guidelines for Enhancing the Effectiveness of Innovative Online Classes of
           the Police Cadets

    • Authors: Kannika Kukudrua
      Pages: 26 - 37
      Abstract: Currently, learning management is a challenge for all educational institutions. This research project examined the guidelines for enhancing the effectiveness of online classes for police cadets using a mixed methods approach. A random sample of 250 police cadets was used for the quantitative method. For the qualitative method, a purposive sample of 34 managements and staff was used, including executive managements, faculty members, police cadets, and police officers from the Office of Academic Resources and Information Technology. The results showed that the use and effectiveness of online classes were highest both overall and on individual items. Police cadets' satisfaction with the use of online classes, which impacted the effectiveness of online classes, was 73.8 percent and significant at the 0.01 level. In addition, the following issues emerged: 1) instructor aspect: unfamiliarity with the program, lack of focus, and lack of interaction with students. The effectiveness enhancing guidelines were teacher/trainer training, establishing a learning community, creating educational innovation, and changing the role of teachers. 2) The student aspect revealed a lack of motivation, discipline, and self-control, as well as uncomfortable communication channels. Therefore, the academy should focus on motivating students, adjusting the perspective of leadership and control, and creating an easily accessible information channel for cadets. 3) The aspect of teaching activities showed the problems of lack of system and program knowledge and online teaching while cadets are in the classroom. Therefore, the academy should establish an online knowledge base, an exam database, and a mentoring system. 4) The aspect of supporting factors for teaching revealed that the learning environment was inadequate and the equipment was not ready. In addition, the academy should improve the basic structure of teaching; especially install the internet network and digital TV.
      PubDate: 2022-09-29
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Innovative Administration following the security guard business law
           affects the organizational commitment of security personnel in Bangkok

    • Authors: Sunhapat Sinsab, Boonnisa Songsaeng
      Pages: 38 - 50
      Abstract: This study of " the administration following security guard business laws affects the organizational commitment of security personnel in Bangkok " aims to study the administration following the security guard business law of security personnel and to find the relationship between personal characteristics and administration following security guard business laws and the organizational commitment of security personnel in Bangkok. This is a quantitative research using a questionnaire by collecting data from a sample of 495 security guards working in the Bangkok area. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics like frequency, percentage, mean, and standard deviation, and the research hypothesis was tested using t-test statistics and One-way Analysis of Variance including Pearson's Correlation Coefficient test. The results indicate that 1) the overall opinion on the administration following the Security Guard Business Act is at the highest level. When considering each aspect, it was found that the coordination with officials is at the highest level, followed by employee development, retaining standards, and the aspect with the least management is the administration with the increasing cost 2) in the relationship between personal characteristics and administration following the security guard business law, it was found that security personnel with different ages, education levels, and average monthly incomes had different organizational commitment level at 0.05, and it was found that the administration under the security guard business law is related to the organizational commitment of the guard personnel in Bangkok at a very high level. And it was found that the administration under the security guard business law had a very high correlation with the organizational commitment of security personnel in Bangkok.
      PubDate: 2022-09-29
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
       
 
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