HomePublicationsNewsletter ArchiveVolume 24Issue 7MGCB REGULATION OFFICER HIGHLIGHTED BY OFFICE OF PERFORMANCE AND TRANSFORMATION

The Michigan Office of Performance and Transformation has included a Michigan Gaming Control Board Regulation Officer in its “A day in the life . .” profiles available at its website

The feature followed Robyne McCray, a regulation officer at Greektown Casino, who works on behalf of the citizens of Michigan to ensure fair and honest gaming.  The article indicates that slot machines, table games, cash collection and patron disputes are just a few of about 40 monitoring inspections every regulation officer is responsible for each month.  Additionally, it highlights the key role that both the MGCB and the casino operators have in following best practices from a responsible gaming perspective through the state “disassociated persons” program, which allows problem gamblers to place their names on an exclusion list.   “Some patrons believe it is our responsibility to keep them out of the casino.  While they are responsible for keeping themselves out of the casino, MGCB created this program to provide an alternative for people with a gambling problem,” Ms. McCray noted.  

The article is part of a series that the Office of Performance and Transformation has done highlighting a number of state workers.

 

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