Authority: IC 4-33-4; IC 4-35-4
Affected: IC 4-33; IC 4-35
activity log must be as follows:
Continuously maintained by surveillance employees.
(2) Changed with each shift change of
Contain, at a
minimum, the following:
(A) The date and time
of each entry.
(B) The identity of
the employee making the entry.
A summary of the activity recorded.
(D) Detail of whether the activity was
(E) Detail of the
disposition of copies of recordings of the activity.
Include entries for the following events
and notifications received by surveillance employees about the events:
(A) The identity of surveillance employees on
(B) Maintenance or repair of
a gaming device or money handling equipment.
(C) Live table drop box exchanges.
(D) Electronic gaming device drop bucket
transfers of the following:
Detention or questioning of patrons or
employees by the security department, including the identity of the following:
(i) Patrons or employees.
(ii) Security department personnel
beginning, end, and any interruptions of the following:
(i) The soft count.
(ii) The hard count.
(i) procedural or control errors;
(i) telephone calls; or
(ii) radio transmissions.
(J) Malfunctions or repair of
Surveillance conducted on anyone or any activity that appears:
(i) unusual, irregular, or illegal;
(ii) to violate IC 4-33, IC
4-35, or this title.
Surveillance conducted at the request of:
a casino licensee;
of the casino licensee;
commission employee; or
Any other notations deemed necessary by surveillance employees or the
commission to ensure compliance with IC 4-33, IC 4-35, and this
(6) Retained for
at least ninety (90) days.
An incident report must be as follows:
(1) Made by the person responsible for
monitoring the activity.
Contain details of an incident observed that involved unusual or criminal
(3) Provided to a gaming
agent and the executive director or the executive director's
(4) Retained a minimum of
ninety (90) days.
visitor's log must do the following:
Include the signature of anyone other than surveillance employees on duty who
access the surveillance room.
(A) The department or agency the
(B) The reason
for access to the room.
(4) Provide the date and time of arrival and
departure from the room.
retained a minimum of ninety (90) days.
Surveillance room recordings, logs, and
reports must be as follows:
Retained in a
manner to allow them to be easily retrieved by the following:
(C) The location of activity.
(D) The type of activity.
(2) Provided to an enforcement
agent or commission employee immediately upon request.