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Casinos and gaming entities have a responsibility to be on the lookout for and report suspicious activity.
No one likes to imagine that human trafficking could ever take place in their gaming establishment, but the uncomfortable truth is that it does happen and it’s likely more common than you think.
Just as casinos and gaming entities have a responsibility to be on the lookout for illicit financial activity, they should also be investing in measures to prevent and combat human trafficking.
Download our latest whitepaper focused on our recent webinar-“Protecting Indigenous Communities: Understanding and Combating Human Trafficking in Tribal Gaming.“
Presented by SBC Gaming and sponsored by Vector Solutions, the discussion was moderated by Sean Topchi, Director, Business Development at Kinectify. Jeannie Hovland, Vice Chair/Director of the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) Office of Self Regulation, Paul Pellizzari, Vice President of Global Social Responsibility at Hard Rock International, and Jim Fair, Vice President of Security & Transportation of Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, discussed anti-human trafficking strategies and the responsibility casinos and gaming organizations have in relation to this problem.