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  To help carry out its mission to protect the public interest in the casino gaming industry, the Division of Gaming Enforcement calls upon the skills and talents of members of the New Jersey State Police assigned to DGE's Criminal Enforcement Bureau and Division of Criminal Justice attorneys assigned to the Casino Prosecutions Bureau to investigate and prosecute crimes that occur in Atlantic City casinos. The Criminal Enforcement Bureau and Casino Prosecutions Bureau tackle a broad spectrum of criminal activity ranging from simple theft to technologically complex cheating schemes and conspiracies to commit financial fraud. Additionally, the Casino Intelligence Bureau, comprising members of the New Jersey State Police, helps DGE to keep organized crime out of the New Jersey casino industry.
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  Enforcing the laws of the Casino Control Act (the Act) and the CCC Rules and Regulations (Regulations) is the responsibility of the Regulatory Enforcement Bureau. State Investigators work from inside the casinos and out to ensure full compliance with the Act and Regulations. The breadth of their jurisdiction is wide, covering such things as strict adherence to the rules of the game, proper use and storage of gaming equipment, accounting and internal controls, regulations of the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, simulcasting, advertising, on and off site storage facilities, underage gambling and drinking, exclusion list violations, patron complaints, equal employment opportunity/affirmative action (EEO/AA) complaints, information systems integrity, security and CCTV surveillance and other matters related to the daily operation of the casino.

Any violations or deviations from the Act or Regulations are investigated by Regulatory Enforcement and are prosecuted by the Regulatory Prosecutions Bureau. The Regulatory Prosecutions Bureau can seek sanctions from the CCC including civil penalties, the imposition of conditions on licenses, or the revocation of licenses.
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