R. 432.1224 - General reporting requirements; obligation to report certain events

R. 432.1224. General reporting requirements; obligation to report certain events

Rule 224.

(1) A casino licensee or casino license applicant must provide to the board and to the Michigan state police personnel assigned to assist the board an immediate oral report, followed by a written report, of suspected criminal activity occurring in or related to the casino or casino enterprise at the time the casino licensee or casino license applicant becomes aware of the activity.

(2) A casino licensee or casino license applicant must notify the board and Michigan state police personnel assigned to assist the board immediately after management of its security or surveillance department receives a request for assistance from law enforcement officers conducting business in a casino enterprise.

(3) A supplier licensee must provide to the board a written report of suspected criminal activity related to the supplier licensees operations at the time the supplier licensee becomes aware of the activity.

(4) A person who applies for or holds a casino license or supplier license shall provide written notice to the board at the time the person becomes aware of any of the following:

(a) A violation or apparent violation of the act or these rules by any of the following entities:

(i) A person who applies for or holds a casino license or supplier license.

(ii) A key person, an employee of a person applying for or holding a casino license or supplier license, or a key person of a holding company or affiliate of casino licensee or supplier licensee.

(iii) A person who acts, or is authorized to act, on behalf of or in furtherance of the interests of the casino license or supplier license applicant or licensee, or a holding company or affiliate that is in control of the applicant or licensee.

(b) The initiation of any investigation that could, or any action that does, result in the imposition of any civil, criminal, or administrative sanction or penalty upon a person who applies for or holds a casino license or supplier license.

(c) To the extent known, the initiation of any investigation that could, or any action that does, result in the imposition of any civil, criminal, or administrative sanction or penalty upon a person who applies for or holds an occupational license.

(d) The filing of any criminal, civil, or administrative complaint against a holding company or affiliate that has control of the applicant or holder of a casino license or supplier license that relates to the eligibility and suitability of the applicant or licensee to hold a casino license or supplier license in this state under the act and these rules.

(e) The receipt of a subpoena that requires testimony by the person applying for or holding the casino license or supplier license, or by a key person, holding company or affiliate in control of the person applying for or holding the casino license or supplier license, that relates to the gambling or casino operations or business practices of the applicant or licensee in this state or any other jurisdiction.

(f) When a person who applies for or holds a casino license or supplier license has filed, or has been served with, a complaint or other notice filed with a public body regarding a delinquency in the payment of, or a dispute over the filings concerning the payment of, a tax required under federal, state, or local law, including all of the following information:

(i) The tax amount.

(ii) Type of tax.

(iii) The taxing agency.

(iv) The time periods involved.

(g) A bankruptcy, receivership, or debt adjustment initiated by or against the person applying for or holding a casino license or supplier license or an officer, director, holding company, or an affiliate that is in control of the person applying for or holding a casino license or supplier license.

(h) A compliance review conducted by the Internal Revenue Service in accordance with 31 USC 5311 to 9705, relating to the person applying for or holding the casino license or supplier license, an officer, a director, a holding company, or an affiliate that is in control of the person applying for or holding the casino license or supplier license. The person applying for or holding the casino license or supplier license must provide the board and Michigan state police personnel assigned to assist the board with a copy of the compliance review report or its equivalent within 10 days of the receipt of the report.

(i) A violation of applicable city ordinances or of an agreement with a governmental authority in this state.

(j) Another action, occurrence, or nonoccurrence for which the board has instructed the person applying for or holding a casino license or supplier license to provide notice.

(5) A suspicious activity report or a currency transaction report, or both, must be filed with the board and Michigan state police personnel assigned to assist the board at the time the reports are filed with the federal government.

(1998-2000 AACS ; 2019 MR 9, Eff. May 17, 2019)

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