Authority: IC 4-33-4; IC 4-35-4
Affected: IC 4-33; IC 4-35
casino licensee shall establish policies and procedures to ensure that all
transactions that flow through the casino cage are accounted for. These
policies and procedures shall include, but are not limited to, the following:
(1) All transactions shall be recorded on a
main bank or vault accountability form or its equivalent on a per shift
(2) All increases or
decreases to the main bank or vault shall be supported by the appropriate
At the end of a
shift, the cashiers assigned to the outgoing shift shall:
(A) record on a main bank or vault
accountability form, or its equivalent, the face value of each cage inventory
item counted and the total of the opening and closing cage inventories;
(B) reconcile the total closing
inventory with the total opening inventory.
(4) At the conclusion of gaming activity each
day, copies of the main bank or vault accountability forms and all supporting
documentation shall be forwarded to the accounting department.
(5) Signature requirements shall be
established for outgoing and incoming cashiers.
(6) Any other policies and procedures deemed
necessary by the executive director or the commission to ensure compliance with
IC 4-33, IC 4-35, and this title.
The casino licensee shall establish
policies and procedures for the type of transactions to be performed by each
casino cashiering area. The following transactions shall be identified by each
cage performing the transaction:
(2) Receipt of marker
(3) Cash personal checks
and traveler's checks.
Processing electronic gaming device jackpots.
(5) Sell chips.
(6) Redemption of chips.
(7) Acceptance of front money or safekeeping
deposits, or both.
(8) Live gaming
device fills and credits.
Acceptance of hard and soft count drops.
(11) Any other transactions deemed necessary
by the executive director or the commission to ensure compliance with IC 4-33,
IC 4-35, and this title.