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  Jan 21, 2018
 
 
    
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CAS 127 - Gaming Surveillance and Security


Gaming Surveillance and Security in reference to measures taken at casinos to protect an establishment's money, property, and patrons.

Credits: 3
Cross-listed
CRJ 127
Hours
3 Class Hours
Course Profile
Learning Outcomes of the Course:

Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

1.  Explain what surveillance in gaming operation is.
2.  Identify different surveillance techniques.
3.  Understand the difference between proactive and reactive surveillance operations.
4.  Successfully work a CC Camera.
5.  Successfully identify different types of covert cameras.
6.  Properly execute surveillance skills.
7.  Be familiar with basic con strategies such as suspicious activity, advantage play, cheating techniques, card counting.
8.  Explain the difference between internal theft and player theft.
9.  Understand threat assessment and risk assessment.
10.  Identify Vulnerabilities, Risks, and Threats inside a Casino.
11.  Prepare and implement a basic Protection Plan.
12.  Implement covert counter measures to risk or threat.
13.  Explain the concept of Loss Prevention and Shrinkage.
14.  Detect and deter employee thefts.
15.  Identify and understand the basic concept of an audit.
16.  Understand search and seizure rules of law in regard to casino gaming floor versus the guest hotel room.
17.  Properly secure casino floor exits, and monitor parking garages.
18.  Clearly write an incident report.
19.  Execute proper relationship with law enforcement and court system.



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