Title 31: Identifying Suspicious Activity (Update Available)
Casino managers and employees; dealers; croupiers; slot attendants; pit bosses and slot supervisors; anyone involved in dealing with SARC forms, casino cash transactions, or accounting functions
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Casino employees have to be aware of ways of combating the use of their casino for money laundering and other potentially illegal purposes. This course looks at a number of suspicious activities related to casinos, and includes the account of a few reported past activities. You will learn how to fill out a Suspicious Activity Report by Casinos and Card Clubs (SARC) form, and how to write a quality narrative for the narrative section of this form.
Identifying Suspicious Activity
- outline suspicious activities that may take place in the casino environment
- fill out a SARC form to report suspicious activities
- produce narratives for the narrative section of a SARC form