Authority: IC 4-33-4; IC 4-35-4
Affected: IC 4-33; IC 4-35
recordings must be kept in accordance with this section.
Recordings depicting routine activity
(1) contain the date and time reading;
(2) be retained a minimum of
seven (7) days.
Recordings depicting detention or questioning of a detained individual or
employee, procedural errors, regulatory violations, or criminal activity must
be copied and provided to enforcement agents upon request. The casino licensee
shall retain recordings under this section for a period of time not less than
sixty (60) days and store the recordings in the following manner:
Analog video and audio tapes, and copies
of digital video recordings stored on tape, digital video disk, or other
storage medium for later reproduction must:
(A) contain the date and time
be marked with the:
(i) date and time the recording was
(ii) identities of the
employee or employees responsible for the monitoring; and
(iii) identity of the employee who removed
the tape from the recorder and the time and date removed; and
(C) be secured in a cabinet that
is in close proximity to the surveillance room that is security-locked and
accessible by surveillance employees only.
(2) Digital video recordings not stored on
tape, digital video disk, or other storage medium may be preserved by storing
within the digital video system.
(d) Coverage that has been retained under
this rule for a period of time exceeding seven (7) days may not be destroyed
without the approval of the executive director or the executive director's