Reinforcing casino safety shuffles to prominence


The Gaming Inspection and Co-ordination Bureau (DICJ) told Business Daily that ‘gaming operators have already submitted the report on the security situation’ recently requested.
Following a deadly attack on the Resorts World Manila resort in the Philippines on June 2 a meeting was held between the DICJ, police authorities and representatives of Macau’s gaming operators.
During the meeting gaming operators were requested to each send a report on their property’s current security situation, with the Judiciary Police (PJ) suggesting that the security equipment and inspections communication between casinos and authorities should be reinforced.
‘The DICJ and PJ will conduct studies and analysis on the reports and will continue to maintain close communication and contact with the industry to strengthen security measures in casinos, ensuring the safety of local residents, casino employees and visitors,’ the DICJ told Business Daily.
The PJ told Business Daily yesterday that the reports were sent to its gaming division, without providing an answer on when the reports’ analysis conclusion will be provided.