(A) Surveillance coverage must include:
(1) Each table game area with enough clarity to identify
patrons and dealers.
(2) Each table game surface with enough coverage and
clarity to simultaneously view the table bank and determine the configuration
of wagers, card values, game outcome, and table number.
(3) Each progressive table game progressive jackpot
(4) Each table game area used for craps and roulette so
dice and roulette wheel outcomes may be clearly viewed.
(5) An overview of the activities occurring at slot
machines and the gaming floor area surrounding and containing slot machines in
the casino facility.
(6) The capability to monitor and record each slot machine,
sufficient to simultaneously distinguish the specific location or asset number
of the slot machine, the display of the outcome, and credit meter.
(7) Each slot machine offering a payout of more than two
hundred fifty thousand dollars including all patrons and employees at the slot
machine and the face of the slot machine with enough clarity to identify the
payout line(s) of the machine.
(8) A dedicated camera at each redemption kiosk, including
enough clarity to identify all patrons and employees at the redemption
(9) An overview of activities occurring in each casino cage
and vault area, with enough clarity to identify employees within the cage and
patrons and employees at the counter areas including an identification view of
(10) The casino cage or vault area in which fills and
credits are transacted with a dedicated video camera that provides coverage
with enough clarity to identify chip values and the amounts on the fill and
(11) Audio and video covering the count room, including all
doors to the room, all drop boxes, safes, and counting surfaces, and all count
team personnel. A notice must be posted in the count room advising all persons
that the area is under video and audio surveillance.
(12) Audio and video of all areas where currency is sorted,
stacked, counted, verified or stored during the count process. Coverage of the
currency counting machines and currency sorting machines must be clear enough
to view the currency input, output and reject areas. All counting surfaces must
be transparent so that activity occurring under the table can be
(13) Audio and video of the area of any room in which
persons may be detained. A notice must be posted in the detention room advising
all persons that the area is under video and audio surveillance.
(14) Activity in all non-gaming areas including all
entrances, exits, parking areas, event spaces, and hotels surrounding the
(15) Specific cameras must be programmed to turn to the site
of activated facility alarms.
(16) Cameras must be programmed to return to a set home
location after a set period of inactivity.
(B) The casino operator may submit a request for waiver of
the requirements contained in paragraph (A)(1) of this rule to the executive
director for any player against player contests conducted outside of any poker
room. The request must include a plan for enough coverage of the