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Employment - Enforcement Division

  • Individuals who are interested in beginning a rewarding career as a Gaming Enforcement Agent may click on the link below to access the application.  
  • Then applicants should send their application to the IGC recruiting inbox listed below by the application deadline.
  • (Please note if you try to apply via the “View employment opportunities with the Indiana Gaming Commission link, then you will not be successful.)
  • You must submit an application via the link below and submit directly to the IGC recruiting inbox.
  • ***You may have to copy and paste the application link into a browser if simply clicking on the application link does not work.

Application link: http://www.in.gov/igc/files/SOI Employment Application-RE.pdf

Applicants should complete the application and submit to the IGC recruiting inbox: IGCRecruiting@igc.IN.gov

In addition, the IGC website will provide a detailed synopsis of the hiring process.  The hiring timeline can be found here.

Applications must be received via online submission through the IGC recruiting inbox by 11:59 pm (EDT) on Friday, October 18th, 2019.  Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.

Basic Eligibility Requirements and consideration factors for a IGC Enforcement Agent:

  • Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.
  • Be a minimum of 21 years of age.
  • No felony convictions.
  • Successfully pass a background investigation.
  • Successfully pass any written and/or physical test required by the Commission.
  • Successfully pass Tier II at the ILEA Academy or be currently certified.

Physical Agility Standards Scoring Scale


Push Ups

Sit Ups (1min)

Vertical Jump

300 Meter Run

1.5 Mile Run


9 or less

18 or less

11.99” or less

90 seconds +

20 min +




12” -12.49”

86-89.99 seconds

19m 16s – 19m 59s




12.5” -13.49”

82.01-85.99 seconds

18m 57- 19m 15s


21 -30


13.5” -15.99”

75-82 seconds

15 m -18 min 56 sec.




16” -19.99”

60-74.99 seconds

13 min -14m 59s



40 +

20” +

59.99  seconds <

12min -59 sec or less

The physical agility test (PAT) consists of 5 main events. Each event must be performed precisely according to the strictly defined protocol in order to be scored. In order to pass the PAT, applicants must have a cumulative score of 15 points with at least 1 point in each event. 

Please contact IGC Law Enforcement Human Resources Director, Shadi Lilly with any questions at shlilly@igc.in.gov or 317-233-0044.  You may also contact Deputy Superintendent Dan Hirst at dhirst@igc.in.gov or Superintendent Rob Townsend at rtownsend@igc.in.gov.