identification. All employees of the mutuel department shall wear
license badges for easy identification by the public. All badges shall be worn
at least chest high and shall not be obscured from public view by the bearer's
clothing, hair or objects, nor shall they be defaced.
Employee must be licensed
An association conducting any pari-mutuel activity shall not permit any persons
as specified under section
of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies to operate at its facility
unless said person has received a license from the division pursuant to
division rules of licensing and disclosure.
(1) The division as it deems necessary shall
require occupational licensees to obtain a badge at the expense of the
association or the concessionaire, vendor, totalizator, or affiliate licensee.
Such badges shall be displayed or carried upon such licensee as required by the
(2) The association and
any OTB facility operator shall file a list of persons and specific duties of
such persons not licensed as occupational licensees who must enter the grounds
of a facility for reasons connected with the operation of such facility. In
such instances, the association and any OTB facility operator shall provide
nontransferable temporary badges to individuals on such lists who are approved
by the division;
non-transferable temporary badge may be issued by an association or OTB
facility operator, upon approval of the director of security. These badges must
be surrendered by the bearer on leaving the premises, on the day of issue.
Users of such badges must sign a register prior to entering the grounds showing
the purpose of the visit to the facility;
(4) All badges issued by the division,
association or OTB facility operator, subject to division approval, remain the
property of the division and, upon request, shall be returned to the division,
association or OTB facility operator;
(5) The division, in its discretion, may
provide temporary badges to facilitate operations when an occupational licensee
does not have such badge in his possession for a given performance;
(6) No licensee shall permit any other person
to use his badge or license.
Surrender of badge. Each
badge issued shall be returned to the division upon termination of the employee
or the suspension or revocation of the license.
Qualification for license.
If the division shall find that the financial responsibility, experience,
character and general fitness of the applicant are such that the participation
of such person shall be consistent with the public interest, convenience or
necessity and with the best interests of OTB, racing or jai alai generally, in
conformity with the purposes of chapter 226 of the Connecticut General
Statutes, it shall thereupon grant a license. If the division shall find that
the applicant fails to meet any of said conditions, it shall not grant such
license and it shall notify the applicant of the denial.
Suspension - revocations. If
the division shall find that the financial responsibility, character and
general fitness of the licensee are such that the continued participation of
such person will not be consistent with the public interest, convenience or
necessity, and with the best interests of jai alai or greyhound racing
generally, in conformity with the purposes of chapter 226 of the Connecticut
General Statutes it shall thereupon revoke or suspend said license.
. No person requiring a license from the division shall carry
on any activity whatsoever upon the premises of an association unless and until
he 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 and with the exceptions specified in section
of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies. Any person who employs anyone
in contravention of these regulations may be fined or suspended.
Examination of licenses. All
persons who have been issued a license by the division shall keep such license
in his possession subject to the examination by the division or its duly
authorized representatives or officials of the association, at any time they
may deem necessary or proper.