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Investigation and enforcement powers

We have the power to make use of a range of investigation and enforcement tools when looking into suspected failures in the anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing controls of casinos. We may:

  • inspect any part of the premises including gaming machines
  • question any person on the premises
  • inspect any written or electronic records
  • demand a copy of an entry in a written or electronic records
  • remove and retain anything reasonably believed to constitute or contain evidence of the committing of an offence under the Act, or the breach of a term or condition of a licence issued under the Act
  • remove and retain anything reasonably believed to be used or having been used in the committing of an offence under the Act.
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