The Intelligence department supports the regulatory function of
the Gambling Commission by providing information about
non-compliance or illegal activity that impacts on, or threatens,
the three licensing objectives of:
- keeping crime out of gambling
- ensuring gambling is conducted fairly and openly
- protecting children and vulnerable people from being harmed or
exploited by gambling.
How does it work?
We are compliant with the National Intelligence Model (NIM)
which is a nationally recognised intelligence led business model
used by law enforcement agencies. This model enables us to gather
and manage information in order to make the most effective
Information is collected by the Intelligence department from a
number of sources. This information is then collated, evaluated,
analysed and developed in order to find links, associations and
trends, and can be used to build a picture which is used to inform
the decision making process of senior management.
How can I report information to the Intelligence department?
You can call the confidential intelligence line.
Sports Betting Intelligence Unit (SBIU)
Page last reviewed: April 2013