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Indiana Gaming Commission

IGC > Gaming Agents > Enforcement > Conflict of Interest Rule Conflict of Interest Rule

Employees of the Indiana Gaming Commission must adhere to a high standard of ethical conduct. Applicants who do not meet the following requirements of the Gaming Act may not be employed by the Commission.

IC 4-33-3-17 Employee conflict of interest
Sec. 17.

  1. A person may not be employed to serve the commission if:
    1. the person or the person's spouse, parent, or child is:
      1. an official of an operator or operating agent engaged in gambling operations in Indiana; or
      2. a person with:
        1. a financial interest in; or
        2. a financial relation with; an operator or operating agent engaged in gambling operations in Indiana; or
    2. the person is a spouse, parent, or child of a commission member.
  2. The employment of a person employed in violation of subsection (a) shall be terminated.

As added by P.L.277-1993(ss), SEC.124. Amended by P.L.92-2003, SEC.9.

In addition, Commission employees are subject to the ethical standards found in other Indiana statutes, the rules and policies of the State Ethics Commission, and the Commission's ethics rules and policies for employees.

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