Gaming Enforcement Manager, Missouri Gaming Commission (MGC)
Department of Public Safety
Kylie is a Gaming Enforcement Manager at the Missouri Gaming Commission in conjunction with being deployed to a statewide task force in regards to statewide information sharing. She oversees the Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit’s National Gambling Intelligence Sharing Group (NGISG), which regularly coordinates gambling-related intelligence and investigative information between multiple state and federal agencies. Kylie has served 21 years in support of Missouri public safety working for the Missouri Gaming Commission and the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Next MGC meeting is
Wednesday, August 29th at 10 a.m. in Jefferson City
Wednesday, September 26th at 10 a.m. in Jefferson City
Wednesday, October 31st at 10 a.m. in Jefferson City
Wednesday, December 5th at 10 a.m. in Jefferson City
Meeting agendas will be posted on this page when they become available.
After an influx of calls to the editorial staff of www.showmegaming.com regarding found money on a casino floor, we thought we’d resurrect an oldie but a goodie.
Here is the scenario: you approach a slot machine, and you find credit or a ticket in the EGD, or a ticket with value anywhere else on the gaming floor. What do you do? If there is money left on a machine when you first walk up to it, you should notify the casino staff. If you have already started playing on the machine, then you realize there are more credits than you have won or bought-in for, stop playing immediately and notify the casino staff. The staff may be able to review their records to determine whose money it is and return it to them. If a person intentionally takes the property of another and deprives the rightful owner of its use, that person may be arrested for stealing. This also applies to tickets and cash left in the machines or found on the casino floor. If you know who it belongs to, please give it back. If you don’t know who it belongs to, notify the casino security staff so they can try to identify the rightful owner. Try to follow the Golden Rule- Someday the found money may be yours.
The Kansas City Star Editorial Board is all in on sports wagering in Kansas and Missouri. Read the op-ed here.
The agenda will be posted here when it becomes available. Start time for the August 29th meeting is 10 a.m. There is no meeting scheduled for July.
Congratulations to Zack Preston on graduation from the Missouri State Highway Patrol Academy. Zack is the nephew of former MGC employee Blaine Preston.
Zack Preston was part of the 105th recruit class.
MGC Senior Office Support Assistant Cindy Spangler is headed off into the wild blue yonder. Cindy has worked for MGC since August of 1999 and has decided it’s time to retire. Congrats Cindy. We will miss you!
Pictured from left- Cindy Spangler, Jeff Smith and Amber Connor.
Congratulations to MGC Assistant Deputy Director Jennifer Wilbers on her 5 year anniversary. Jennifer was presented a certificate from Deputy Director Tim McGrail at this morning’s MGC meeting.
photo courtesy of RW Photography
Date: June 27, 2018
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Place: Missouri Gaming Commission
3417 Knipp Drive
Jefferson City, Missouri
**Special Accommodations: Accommodations for people with disabilities are available. Please contact us either by telephone at (573) 526-2326, or e-mail at MeetingCoordinator@mgc.dps.mo.gov, 72 hours in advance of the meeting, if possible.
- Call to Order
Consideration of Minutes
- May 29, 2018
- May 30, 2018
III. Consideration of Relicensure of Class A & B Licensees
Caesars Entertainment Corporation (Class A)
Harrah’s North Kansas City, LLC (Class B)
- Presentation by Applicant
- Presentation by City of North Kansas City
- Public Comment
- Investigative Summary
- MBE/WBE Compliance Review
- Staff Recommendation
- Resolution No. 18-033
- Resolution No. 18-034
- Consideration of Licensure for Key Business Entities
- Caesars Enterprise Services, LLC
- Resolution No. 18-035
- Japan Cash Machine
- Resolution No. 18-036
- Consideration of Licensure of Level I and Key Applicants
- Resolution No. 18-037
- Consideration of Disciplinary Actions
- Ameristar Casino St. Charles, LLC
- HGI-Mark Twain, LLC
- IOC-Boonville, Inc.
- International Game Technology
VII. Consideration of Placement on List of Excluded Persons
- Janet Frigerio
- Resolution No. 18-038
- Khuyen Nguyen
- Resolution No. 18-039
VIII. Consideration of Final Orders of Rulemaking
- Rescission of Rules and Regulations that Overlap, Duplicate or Conflict with a Statute or Another Rule
- 11 CSR 45-3.010 – Commission Records
- 11 CSR 45-5.053 – Policies
- 11 CSR 45-7.070 – Surveillance Logs
- 11 CSR 45-8.100 – Count Room—Characteristics
- 11 CSR 45-10.055 – Certain Transactions Involving Slot Machines
- 11 CSR 45-11.020 – Deposit Account—Taxes and Fees
- 11 CSR 45-11.080 – Other Taxes and Fees
- 11 CSR 45-11.120 – Penalties and Interest
- 11 CSR 45-12.020 – Excursion Liquor License and Definitions
- 11 CSR 45-17.010 – Disassociated Persons List Created—Right to Remove From Premises
- 11 CSR 45-30.520 – Waiver of Requirements
- 11 CSR 45-30.535 – Penalties
- 11 CSR 45-40.070 – Operational Fees
- 11 CSR 45-40.100 – Audits
- Rescission of Rules and Regulations that are Unnecessary, or Not Essential to the Health, Safety or Welfare of Missouri Residents
- 11 CSR 45-7.020 – Minimum Standards
- 11 CSR 45-7.150 – Compliance with this Chapter
- 11 CSR 45-9.010 – Definition of Licensee
- 11 CSR 45-9.040 – Commission Approval of Internal Control System
- 11 CSR 45-11.030 – Payment—Gaming Tax
- 11 CSR 45-11.070 – Return and Payment—Admission Fee
- 11 CSR 45-11.130 – Failure to File Return or Pay Tax or Fee
- 11 CSR 45-11.160 – Collection and Enforcement
- 11 CSR 45-17.020 – Procedure for Applying for Placement on List of Disassociated Persons
- Rescission of Rules and Regulations that are Obsolete
- 11 CSR 45-4.085 – Expiration of Temporary License
- 11 CSR 45-5.170 – Destruction of Counterfeit Chips and Tokens
- 11 CSR 45-7.100 – Maintenance and Testing
Consideration of Waiver of Institutional Investor
- Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc.
- Resolution No. 18-040
- Black Rock Inc.
- Resolution No. 18-041
P.O. Box 105812 Jefferson City, MO 65110; 888betsoff.org
Free Problem Gambling Help Line 1-888-BETSOFF
June 19, 2018
Contact: Susan Goedde
Regional Conference on Addiction Convenes for 15th Year
This year marks the 15th annual Midwest Conference on Problem Gambling and Substance Abuse. What began as a training opportunity in 2003 has evolved into a meeting of minds focused on strengthening community-based treatment programs throughout the Midwest region. This year’s conference takes place June 20-22 at the Kansas City Airport Hilton.
“We are still in the midst of a nationwide opioid crisis, and the World Health Organization just recently classified video gaming as a mental health condition,” said Carol Spiker, president of the Midwest Consortium on Problem Gambling and Substance Abuse. “This conference is as relevant as ever.”
Spiker said that this year’s theme, “Inspiring Recovery-Focused Outcomes,” encompasses a universal goal shared by all healthcare providers.
“Recovery is the end result that clinicians and healthcare providers strive for with their clients afflicted with addiction,” said Spiker. “Too often, the weight of ever-evolving public health challenges can feel overwhelming, and this year’s conference hopes to broaden our attendees’ understanding of these issues.”
The Midwest Consortium recognizes a five-state region – Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma – but attendees from across the country attend the Conference each year. For a complete list of workshop sessions, presenters and conference information, visit MCPGSA.org.