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Casino Surveillance III: Directing Investigations
for Tribal Casinos



Surveillance operations that depend on random observations give random results. Directed observations give consistent results and do a superior job of protecting corporate and tribal assets. Youíll leave this class knowing where to focus the attention of surveillance, security or gaming inspectors and tribal police. Youíll learn how to correctly identify vulnerabilities and potential threats and direct your attention according to security and theft prevention priorities.

This class is ideal for those who have two years of experience as general manager, casino department manager, gaming commission inspector, surveillance supervisor or other surveillance personnel, or those who have a year of experience and have completed Casino Surveillance I: Basic Cheating and Internal Theft and Casino Surveillance II: Detecting and Preventing Cheating and Theft in Tribal Casinos.

You donít want to miss this unique opportunity to work with your colleagues and our experienced instructors as you discuss todayís gaming issues. Register today.

T O P I C S   I N C L U D E
Definitions
  • Hold (PC)
  • Handle
  • Variance
Surveillance Reports
  • Understanding how management uses surveillance reports
  • Making sure reports meet your needs
Politics
  • Internal or institutional hierarchy
  • External
Internal Theft
  • Asset misappropriation
  • Corruption
  • Falsified statements
Sources of Information
  • Table games analysis (Master Games Report)
  • Slots analysis:
    ––Variances
  • Cage and cashier shortages
  • Employee and patron tips:
    ––Hotline calls
  • IOU patrols
Manager Requests
  • Eliminating random results
  • Clarifying differing information
Evaluating Information Evaluating Priorities
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