(A) The casino operator licensee or applicant's director of security, or the equivalent position thereof, shall ensure that a report is prepared regarding each incident observed by or reported to a member of the security department who, upon observation or reporting, has reasonable grounds to believe that any of the following has occurred at the casino facility:
(1) Injuries to a person at the casino facility;
(2) Wagering or any attempt to wager by a person under the age of twenty-one;
(3) The removal or detention of any person;
(4) One or more violations of Chapter 3772. of the Revised Code or any rules adopted thereunder;
(5) The presence of any person who is on the voluntary exclusion list pursuant to Chapter 3772-12 of the Administrative Code or the involuntary exclusion list pursuant to Chapter 3772-23 of the Administrative Code;
(6) Any other type of illegal conduct or activity; and
(7) Any other type of incident for which the commission requires reporting.
(B) The incident report shall include, but is not limited to, the following:
(1) A report number;
(2) The date and time of the report;
(3) The name and title of the person preparing the report;
(4) The date and time of the incident;
(5) The names of the security department personnel present during the event giving rise to the report or during the reporting of the event by non-security department personnel;
(6) The nature of the incident;
(7) The names and contact information of the persons involved, if available;
(8) The names and contact information of any witnesses, if available;
(9) Notation of any surveillance recordings, videos or images accessed and maintained; and
(10) The security department's action.
(C) A copy of each security department incident report shall be provided to the commission within twenty-four hours of the reporting.
(D) Each security department incident report shall be retained by the director of security, or the equivalent position thereof, for at least one year after the reporting.