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Raising Standards for consumers - Compliance and Enforcement report 2020 to 2021

The Gambling Commission's report on Compliance and Enforcement action 2020 to 2021. Archived: Report represents information and guidance valid at the time of publication.

Other action

We continue to support police forces within the United Kingdom with their criminal investigations and provide advice through NPCC stakeholder engagement.

In addition, we engaged with 15 international regulators in this business year 2020 to 2021 to share information and learning to help raise prominence of this issue internationally. Our international engagement ensures we continue to refine and focus our own approach in relation to our tactics and disruption activity.

Further, The Gambling Commission will be responding and providing advice to Department of Culture, Media and Sport (opens in new tab) (DCMS) as part of the Government initiated Gambling Act Review. Illegal gambling, an area of which is specifically considering the risks of illegal gambling and what the Commission approach in terms of powers, resources and remit should be.

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