MGC Executive Director Bill Seibert

In 2002, I was called upon by the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) to represent their organization on a new initiative with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC). The initiative was to serve on a steering committee comprised of command level law enforcement executives to advise on a new venture known as Team Adam.

Team Adam, named after Adam Walsh the abducted and murdered son of John and Reve Walsh, is modeled after the rapid response of NTSB. Carefully selected consultants, mostly retired, with law enforcement experience in child crimes, are strategically placed across the United States so they can rapidly respond to child abductions and provide resources and expert assistance.

Several years after the inception of Team Adam an already established group, Project Alert, was combined with Team Adam. Project Alert consultants handled cold cases involving missing children.  The Team Adam/Project Alert Steering Committee had the honor of being involved with the selection process for consultants and lending their leadership experience in the formation and growth of both Team Adam and Project Alert.  For the past five years, I have had the honor and pleasure of being the Chairman of the steering committee.

This spring, Team Adam/Project Alert leadership, with the assistance of the Team Adam/Project Alert Steering Committee, decided Team Adam/Project Alert had matured to a point the steering committee’s role had become limited. The decision was made to disband the steering committee and use committee members in other initiatives and roles.

To be a part of this worthwhile endeavor, since 2002, has provided me with experiences I could have not received anywhere else. The NCMEC leadership has given me insight to world renowned practices and high standards.  I will always cherish this opportunity and the opportunities that await in the future.

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Public Hearing at MGC on rules 7/18/17 at 9 a.m.

Missouri Gaming Commission will hold a public hearing on rules July 18th at 9 a.m. at 3417 Knipp Drive in Jefferson City.

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David Kessel -15 years!

Deputy Director Tim McGrail presents Records Administrator and Licensing Manager David Kessel with his 15 year service certificate. Assistant Deputy Director Rick Wilhoit at left.

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Service Award for Jim Horrom

MGC Deputy Director Tim McGrail presents EGD Specialist Jim Horrom with his 5 year service certificate. Supervisor Todd Nelson on right.

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Service Awards

Kylie Dickneite receives her 10 year certificate from Deputy Director Tim McGrail and Assistant Deputy Director Cheryl Alonzo

Shannon Huddleston receives his  5 year award from Deputy Director Tim McGrail and supervisor Sharon Sprenger

 Patricia Robinette receives her award from Deputy Director Tim McGrail at the June Missouri Gaming Commission monthly meeting in Riverside.

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Five Years of Service

Congratulations to Electronic Gaming Device Specialist II Jared Looser who is celebrating five years with MGC. Deputy Director Tim McGrail (left) presents Looser with his certificate. At right is EGD Manager Todd Nelson.

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Auditor 1 Position in St.Louis

Position Vacancy No. 157 Application Deadline: July 7, 2017



SALARY: $44,352 (after a successful probationary period $46,056)


This is entry-level professional work involving compliance auditing of the internal operations of the state of Missouri’s licensed gaming organizations. The primary responsibility is to conduct examinations and audits to determine compliance by casinos with the Missouri Riverboat Gambling Act and Regulations. Employees perform audit fieldwork through interviews, observations and review of records. Employees report findings and develop recommendations on compliance, prepare written reports, and participate in exit conferences. Close supervision and training are provided by a higher-level Auditor, however, as experience is gained, supervision becomes more general, and the employee exercises increasing independence and initiative in the performance of assignments within established policies and procedures.

Strong PC skills in MS Excel and Word preferred. Travel required.


A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum of 24 earned credit hours in Accounting.

(One year of professional accounting or auditing experience will substitute for up to 9 earned credit hours of the required specialization in Accounting).


Successful completion of all parts of one of the following certification examinations: Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), or Certified Management Accountant (CMA). Verification of applicable licensure or certification will be required.


All applicants must complete the MGC Employment Application. Go to the Missouri Gaming Commission’s website to download the employment application. Resumes accepted but not in lieu of a completed employment application. For questions call (573) 526-4080.

Send completed application to: Missouri Gaming Commission, ATTN: Recruitment, P.O. Box 1847, Jefferson City, MO 65102 OR e-mail to


No applicant will be selected for employment if he/she has a family member related within the second degree of consanguinity or affinity employed by an entity licensed by the Commission. A comprehensive background is required before appointment.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Missouri Gaming Commission reserves the right to fill positions through transfer and reclassification of existing employees.

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DPS Employee of the Month

Congratulations to Tabitha Perkins, DPS Employee of the Month. Tabitha, an electronic gaming device specialist, was selected for her outstanding attention to detail and her ability to go the extra mile. DPS Director Drew Juden presents Tabitha with a plaque at a ceremony held this morning at the Missouri Gaming Commission in Jefferson City.


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Service Awards

Missouri Gaming Commission Executive Director Bill Seibert presented service awards today to Senior Office Support Assistant Sonya Miller ( 5 years)  and Electronic Gaming Device Specialist Rick Reynolds (10 years).

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Photo top- Bill Seibert, Sonya Miller and MGC Office Manager Debi Grueneberg.

Bottom- Bill Seibert and Rick Reynolds.

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Eldorado Resorts Inc. buys Isle of Capri

Kansas City Business Journal reports on the Kansas City property and the sale. Read it here.

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