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The objectives of this study were to: 1) investigate current conditions and problems; 2) develop the administrative model of internal quality assurance management for training centers under Royal Thai Police. The samples used in this study were divided into 2 groups: (1) the sample who investigated the conditions and problems of internal quality assurance management comprised 306 administrators, teachers, lecturers and support personnels from the Central Police Training Division, Training Center Provincial Police Region 1 - 8, Training Center Southern Border Provinces Police Operation Center and 20 people from the Central Police Training Division, Training Center Provincial Police Region 1, 3 and 4; (2) The sample who developed the model of internal quality assurance management comprised 10 quality assurance experts and 20 educational administrators from Training Center Provincial Police Region 2, 3 and 8. The tools used in the research were interview forms, questionnaires and focus group discussion. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics which were percentage, mean and standard deviation whereas qualitative analysis was carried out by content analysis and drawing conclusions.
- The overall performance of internal quality assurance management of training centers Royal Thai Police was at a high level. The highest mean was the planning aspect. For the direct and order aspect was the lowest.
- Problems of internal quality assurance management of training centers Royal Thai Police were found to be moderate overall. The planning aspect was higher than all other aspects. For the control aspect the problem was the least.
- The development of the internal quality assurance management model of training centers Royal Thai Police consists of four elements : 1) objectives 2) principles 3) Management mechanism and 4) ways of action.
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