Conn. Agencies Regs. § 12-574-F5 - Facility operations

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Persons prohibited. No persons who are apparently intoxicated or under the influence of illicit drugs, touts, persons making book on or about the premises, loiterers or disorderly persons shall be admitted to or permitted to remain in any facility and no such person shall be permitted to place a bet directly or indirectly in any such facility.
(b) Fraud or interference. No person shall alter, change, or interfere with any equipment or device used in connection with pari-mutuel operations, or cause any false, inaccurate or unauthorized information, data, impulse or signal to be fed into, transmitted over, registered in, or displayed upon such equipment or device with intent to obtain or enable any person to obtain any payment from the association to which the person is not lawfully entitled, or with intent to cause the association to make any payment not lawfully due, or with intent to defraud the association or any person.
(c) Responsibility of employer on discharge of employee. When an association or OTB facility operator discharges a licensed employee, or when such employee voluntarily leaves the employ of the association or OTB facility operator, the association or OTB facility operator shall immediately notify the division of such discharge or resignation. The failure to so notify the division may subject the association or OTB facility operator to a fine, license suspension or both.
(d) Unlicensed activity forbidden. No person requiring a license from the division shall carry on any activity whatsoever upon the premises of a facility, unless and until the person has been so duly licensed, except that any such person with the consent of the division representative may so act pending action on the application duly filed. Any person who employs anyone in contravention of these regulations may be fined or suspended.
(e) Examination of badges. All persons who have been issued a badge by the division must keep such badge in their possession, subject to examination by the division or its duly authorized representatives, or officials of an association or OTB facility operator, at any time they may deem necessary or proper. The division, at its discretion, may provide temporary badges to facilitate operations when an occupational licensee does not possess such badge for a given day or when final action is still pending on a license application. No licensee shall permit any other person to use the licensee's badge.
(f) Reporting responsibilities. Any irregularities or wrongdoing which may threaten the integrity of the facility operations shall be immediately reported to the division by any licensee or association or totalizator personnel having knowledge thereof.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 12-574-F5
Adopted effective October 3, 2001

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