Kan. Admin. Regs. § 112-11-10 - Identification and credentials

Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 14, April 7, 2022

(a) A person shall not be admitted to a restricted area without a license issued by the commission or a visitor's pass. Visitors' passes may be issued by the organization licensee in accordance with procedures outlined in the written security and safety procedures manual. Each license or visitor's pass shall be prominently attached to an outer garment. A jockey shall not be required to display a license when riding in a race.
(b) Each license or visitor's pass shall be used only by the individual to whom the license or pass was issued. Licenses and visitors' passes shall not be loaned to any other person.
(c) This regulation shall not prevent a law enforcement officer or other public safety official when on duty or an individual authorized by the commission from entering a restricted area.
(d) The restricted areas at a racetrack facility shall be as follows:
(1) Administrative offices, if labeled a restricted area;
(2) the backside, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(3) behind the mutuels line;
(4) commission offices;
(5) the concessions work area, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(6) the delivery areas, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(7) the detention barn, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(8) the infield, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(9) the jockeys' room, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(10) the judges' stand and photo finish;
(11) the kennel compound, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(12) the lockout kennel, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(13) the owners' and trainers' lounge, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(14) the lure operator's office;
(15) the money room;
(16) the mutuels room;
(17) the paddock, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(18) the press box, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(19) the printing office, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(20) the security office and detention room;
(21) stables, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(22) the starting gate and boxes, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(23) the stewards' stand;
(24) the test areas;
(25) the totalisator;
(26) the track, if the racetrack facility is being used for racing or anytime during a race meet;
(27) the vault;
(28) veterinarian offices; and
(29) the video patrol.
(e) Each security and safety procedures manual shall describe the procedure for issuing a license or visitor's pass.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 112-11-10
Authorized by K.S.A. 74-8804; implementing K.S.A. 74-8825; effective, T-112-2-23-89, Feb. 23, 1989; effective June 19, 1989; amended March 19, 1990; amended Jan. 18, 2008.

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