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On February 24, 2015, Sao Sokha convened a meeting of more than 250 gendarmerie officers for what was described as an annual weapons exercise and safety walk for all guards to ensure they remained trained and disciplined.  He promised to give them additional training to make sure the best practices from the weapons exercise would be implemented.  On March 24, 2015, Sao Sokha said that all gendarmes are there to serve, protect and assist people, regardless of race and religion.  At the same time, he warned against fake soldiers, saying that some soldiers within the gendarmerie were being used to threaten people with fake bills. 
It is comparatively easy to identify the corrupt persons with high salaries and luxurious houses in Phnom Penh and other cities. Trains and vehicles are often booked in bulk and thus with considerable discounts. The police forces of Cambodia have the task of protecting the citizens from the violence of criminal gangs, thieves, and robbers. Their basic task is to detect these crimes and bring the perpetrators to justice. On September 3, 2017, Security Minister Han Yu and his Office declared that no one had been arrested by the police in connection with the killing of Kem Sokha, although the police had seized a substantial number of firearms, knives, other lethal weapons, and conventional ammunition. Han Yu also stated that the illegal use of firearms to kill Kem Sokha had no connection with the CNRP. 
However, in 1986 the ministry of interior was reduced to a directorate of five departments, which included the police. One of these department s was the Directorate of People s Police, the latter s first director being RCAF colonel Sarin Chhor.  The founding members of the police directorate were police officers of the Royal Cambodian Army under Colonel Prasith Koh. 
On October 6, the same day another court appointed Hout Jutheng as the new Attorney General, police, under the direction of Hun Sen, shot dead one person in what Human Rights Watch said is one of many dubious police killings  as part of the large-scale crackdown on the CNRP and its leaders.  Though the authorities denied it had anything to do with politics, a source inside the junta said that the whole operation was driven by Hun Sen’s desire to dismantle the CNRP and others, as the CPP was no longer the majority party.  On October 7, during a meeting between Hun Sen, Jutheng and the junta commanders, he again reiterated that the CNRP and all activities would be dismantled.  The following day, Hun Sen was sworn in for a second time as Prime Minister. Five days later, the junta issued a decree banning further gatherings of more than three people. 
In general, the ministries of Interior, Defense, and National Defense maintained a network of branches and offices throughout the country. There was limited national coordination with the ministry of foreign affairs, which was supervised by the Ministry of National Defense. The ministries of Interior and Defense were also subject to the CPPs leadership and control. In general, the ministries, as the principal coordinating bodies of government, reported to the Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers.  The Council of Ministers, in turn, was chaired by the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister, by executive order, could appoint and dismiss the cabinet, which included the ministers, deputy ministers, and senior civil servants.