68 IAC 12-1-5 - Surveillance system required coverage

Authority: IC 4-33-4; IC 4-35-4

Affected: IC 4-33; IC 4-35

Sec. 5.

(a) Surveillance employees shall:
(1) monitor regularly; and
(2) visually record, either by:
(A) continuous recording; or
(B) motion activation; whichever is appropriate; the surveillance system coverage of the areas described in this section.
(b) The surveillance system shall provide coverage of each of the following areas as specified in this rule:
(1) Areas of the main bank, including the following:
(A) A general overview of the entire area of each cage and vault area with sufficient clarity to identify patrons and employees.
(B) Dedicated coverage with sufficient clarity to identify the following:
(i) Currency.
(ii) Coin.
(iii) Cash.
(iv) Cash equivalents.
(v) Chip values.
(vi) Amounts on credit slips in an area where fills and credits are transacted.
(2) Hard and soft count rooms including a general overview of each room and additional dedicated coverage capable of clearly identifying the following:
(A) Employees.
(B) The value of cash and cash equivalents.
(3) The route, both inside and outside the casino, through which monies are transported.
(4) The location in which cards and dice are stored and canceled.
(5) Ticket redemption kiosks, automated teller machines, and bill breakers with dedicated coverage sufficient to identify the following:
(A) Individuals using or servicing the machine.
(B) Whether or not cash was received by the individual as a result of the transaction.
(c) The surveillance system must provide an overall view of pit areas and gaming tables capable of clearly identifying the following:
(1) Dealers.
(2) Patrons.
(3) Hands of the participants.
(4) Facial views of the participants.
(5) Pit personnel.
(6) Activities of the pit personnel.
(7) The amount and incrementation of a progressive jackpot contained on a progressive jackpot display of a live gaming device.
(d) The playing surface of the live gaming devices must be viewed by the surveillance system with sufficient clarity to do the following:
(1) Determine the following:
(A) Wagers.
(B) Card values.
(C) Game results.
(2) Clearly observe, in detail, the following:
(A) Chip trays.
(B) Cash receptacles.
(C) Tip boxes.
(D) Dice.
(E) Shuffle machines.
(F) Card shoes.
(e) Roulette tables must be viewed by the surveillance system with color cameras.
(f) Electronic gaming device surveillance must be capable of providing the following:
(1) A view of all patrons.
(2) A facial view of the patrons with sufficient clarity to allow identification of a patron.
(3) A view of the electronic gaming device with sufficient clarity to observe the result of the game.
(4) An overall view of the areas around the electronic gaming device.
(5) A view of bill validators with sufficient clarity to determine bill value and the amount of credit obtained.
(6) Progressive games, including dedicated coverage of the following:
(A) An electronic gaming device or group of electronic gaming devices with a possible jackpot payout in excess of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000).
(B) The progressive display showing the incrementation of the progressive jackpot for an electronic gaming device or a bank of electronic gaming devices.
(g) The surveillance system must include cameras dedicated to monitoring areas where the following items are transported or stored:
(1) Cash.
(2) Cash equivalents.
(3) Chips.
(4) Cards.
(5) Dice.
(h) The surveillance system must include cameras dedicated to monitoring the following:
(1) All activities in any area of the security office where a person may be detained and questioned by the security department. Areas where a person may be detained and questioned must display a notice clearly stating that the area is or may be under surveillance.
(2) The entrances and exits of the casino and the entrances and exits of the following rooms in the casino with sufficient clarity to identify a person using the entrances and exits:
(A) Count rooms.
(B) Vaults.
(C) Surveillance rooms.
(D) Security rooms.
(E) Cage areas.


68 IAC 12-1-5
Indiana Gaming Commission; 68 IAC 12-1-5; filed Feb 13, 1996, 5:30 p.m.: 19 IR 1559; filed Aug 20, 1997, 7:11 a.m.: 21 IR 16; readopted filed Nov 25, 2002, 10:11 a.m.: 26 IR 1261; filed Jun 2, 2006, 4:45 p.m.: 29 IR 3336; readopted filed Nov 16, 2012, 10:51 a.m.: 20121212-IR-068120413RFA; filed Dec 6, 2012, 2:32 p.m.: 20130102-IR-068110786FRA Filed 11/13/2015, 2:37 p.m.: 20151209-IR-068150113FRA Readopted filed 9/30/2021, 2:07 p.m.: 20211027-IR-068210351RFA

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