Rachel Lampard, who has been a Commissioner since 2006, has now been appointed to the Responsible Gambling Strategy Board, our advisory body. She is due to retire from her post on the Gambling Commission Board in July this year after nine years in office.
Rachel provides a unique combination of an understanding of both the policy and regulatory approach adopted by the Commission as well as the history and evolution of the arrangements for providing research, education and treatment for gambling. Rachel led the original review of the effectiveness and level of existing voluntary arrangements for research, education and treatment requested by the Department for Culture Media and Sport in 2007.
More recently, she headed up the Commission’s review of social responsibility measures within Licence conditions and codes of practice.
Rachel’s appointment offers continuity in expertise of regulatory policy matters which we hope will be enhanced by further additional RGSB Board members being sought through a current external recruitment exercise. Applicants are invited with expertise in addiction, harm prevention, young people, social and digital media, evaluation, and economics and public health.
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