Key requirements of gambling exclusion laws – part II

Responsible Service of GamblingTo assist gambling providers and RSG staff, this blog post continues our discussion on the key requirements of gambling exclusion laws –

  • With the permission of the patron, the gambling provider may, as a condition of re-entry, actively monitor identified problems against agreed risk indicators.

  • When a gambling provider decides to exclude a person or refuse an application for re-entry by an excluded person, the person may make an appeal to a Magistrates Court.

  • Gambling providers are required to keep a register of exclusions in the approved form.

  • Gambling providers are required to send periodic reports to the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) on exclusions notices, orders and directions and revocation notices. The reports are to be received by OLGR within 14 days of the end of June and December each year.

  • Gambling providers are required to notify the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation within seven (7) days of any contravention of orders and directions.

Gambling providers and RSG staff should be aware of the key requirements of exclusion laws.

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