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Lived Experience Advisory Panel: Managing conflicts of interest policy

The policy on managing conflicts of interest for the Gambling Commission's Lived Experience Advisory Panel. The policy aims to maintain public trust and confidence.

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Past convictions

16. People with past criminal convictions linked to gambling harms are welcome to join the group. These people will have relevant experience of this form of gambling-related harm and these perspectives will be valuable to the work of the group. If someone is subject to a live and on-going criminal investigation, they would not be able to be a member of the group. If someone is subject to live and on-going regulatory case work, then conflicts arising will be managed on a case-by-case basis.

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