Law Enforcement and Criminal Activity (2-day)

When: Sep. 19, 2013, 8:30am - 5pm
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Sep. 20, 2013, 8:30 am - 5 pm
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Campus Location: Stan Fulton Building - International Gaming Institute

Law Enforcement and Criminal Activity

This two-day seminar is geared for those who are officially tasked with investigating gaming related criminal activities. Several topics will be covered.

Table Games: 

  • Minimum internal controls
  • How table games are cheated
  • Card counting versus advantage play
  • Managing a high profile case and preparing for court


Money Laundering:

  • How to identify money laundering targets
  • Outlining the investigative objectives
  • The three stages of money laundering
  • Law enforcement efforts
  • Bank accounts and wire transfers
  • Methods of detecting money laundering


Dispute Investigations:

  • How to investigate and arbitrate a dispute between the player and the casino



  • Sophisticated cheating methods used on slot machines


Admission Information: 


  • $725 Early Bird; due three weeks before the start date
  • $795 Regular; due one week before the start date

The seminar registration fee includes:

  • Coursework materials
  • Continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon refreshments on each day of the seminar.  


Seminars are subject to cancelation for any reason at any time. We are not responsible for any non-refundable fees associated with your travel. Please call our Seminar Registration Hotline at 702-895-2008 to verify the seminar will take place.

Contact Information: 

Name: Nakia Jackson-Hale
Office: International Gaming Institute
Phone: 702-895-2008

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