The Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) is a law enforcement agency and the investigative arm of the casino regulatory system responsible for enforcing the Casino Control Act. DGE’s workforce consists of attorneys, investigators, and accountants, and is supported by New Jersey State Troopers and DCJ prosecutors. DGE investigates, issues reports and, when necessary, challenges the qualifications of individual and corporate applicants for casino and casino-related licenses; reviews and audits casino-hotel operations; investigates and prosecutes all casino-related crimes; and tests all casino slot machines, casino floor systems, and Internet gaming platform systems prior to use.
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AG Platkin and Division of Gaming Enforcement Announce the Release of a Second Gambling Prevalence Report by Rutgers University
New Jersey Observes Week Four of Responsible Gaming Education Month by Highlighting Research into the State’s Gambling ActivitiesFor Immediate Release: September 28, 2023 Office of the Attorney General- Matthew J. Platkin, Attorney GeneralDivision of Gaming...
For Immediate Release: September 15, 2023 Office of The Attorney General- Matthew J. Platkin, Attorney GeneralDivision of Gaming Enforcement- David L. Rebuck, Director For Further Information: Media Inquiries-OAGpress@njoag.govATLANTIC CITY -- Today the New Jersey...
With Kickoff to Pro and College Football Seasons Here, New Jerseyans Urged to Avoid Illegal Online Sports Betting and Fantasy Sports Sites
Unregulated Sites Expose Patrons to Greater Risk of Identity Theft, Fraud, and Other CrimesFor Immediate Release: September 1, 2023 Office of the Attorney General Division of Gaming Enforcement- David Rebuck, DirectorDivision of Consumer Affairs- Cari Fais, Acting...