3772-8-02 Casino gaming employee license application, license period and provisional license.

(A) An applicant for a casino gaming employee license must complete and submit the appropriate form(s) required by the commission and pay an application fee and license fee as described in rule 3772-8-03 of the Administrative Code. The applicant must provide the commission with all information and documents that the commission requests. The application fee may be increased in accordance with paragraph (B) of rule 3772-8-03 of the Administrative Code.

(B) A casino gaming employee license expires three years after the date of licensure.

(C) An applicant for a casino gaming employee license may request renewal of the license by completing and submitting the appropriate form(s) required by the commission and paying an application fee and license fee as described in rule 3772-8-03 of the Administrative Code no less than ninety days before the expiration of the license. An applicant for a renewal license must provide the commission with all information and documents that the commission requests. The application fee may be increased in accordance with rule 3772-8-03 of the Administrative Code.

(D) All casino gaming employee applicants and licensees shall undergo a complete investigation at least once every three years as determined by the commission to determine that the applicant or licensee remains in compliance with Chapter 3772. of the Revised Code and this chapter. The casino gaming employee applicant or licensee shall bear the costs of any investigation, except that a casino operator or management company applicant or licensee that currently employs the licensee as a casino gaming employee shall pay the investigation costs for any renewal application.

(E) The commission may request any other information that would affect the applicant's or licensee's suitability to maintain a casino gaming employee license under Chapter 3772. of the Revised Code or this chapter. The applicant or licensee shall provide all information, documents and materials at the applicant's or licensee's sole expense and cost, except that a casino operator applicant or licensee that currently employs the licensee as a casino gaming employee shall pay the investigation costs for any renewal application.

(F) An individual who has received an offer of employment from a casino operator or management company applicant or licensee may apply for a provisional casino gaming employee license only by completing and filing a comprehensive application on form(s) required by the commission, providing the commission with all information and documents that the commission requests and paying an application fee and license fee as described in rule 3772-8-03 of the Administrative Code. Upon submission of a complete application, documentation of an offer of employment from a casino operator or management company applicant or licensee, all applicable fees and compliance with an instant criminal records check, the commission may issue a provisional license. Provisional licenses shall be valid not longer than three months and may be renewed one time. A provisional licensee may request the renewal of a provisional license by filing a written request with the commission no later than ten days prior to the expiration of the provisional license and providing an additional license fee as described in rule 3772-8-03 of the Administrative Code.

Effective: 12/27/2011
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 12/16/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3772.03(D)(2), (D)(15), (D)(27) , 3772.033(M) , 3772.131(B), (D), (E) , 3772.15(A), (B)
Rule Amplifies: 3772.03(D)(2), (D)(15) , 3772.09(A) , 3772.10(B) , 3772.131 , 3772.15