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Guidance

Guidance to operators for age verification test purchasing (non-remote)

This guidance explains what data we need from you about age verification test purchasing when you hold a non-remote operating licence.

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  2. Other age verification related reporting requirements

Other age verification related reporting requirements

Licensees must tell us when a child or young person repeatedly attempts to gamble on premises restricted to adults. See LCCP notification (repeated attempts by children or young people to gamble).

They also need to report to us any offences under Sections 46, 47, 48 and 49 of the Gambling Act 2005 (opens in a new tab), in accordance with LCCP Licence conditions 15.1.1 (Reporting suspicion of offences etc – non-betting licences) and 15.1.2 (Reporting suspicion of offences etc – betting licences).

Operators must also tell us about the total number of ‘People who have gambled who were unable to verify their age’ as part of their business’s regulatory return.

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