Consultation on Gaming Policy 2015

Providenciales, 16 Sept 2015 – Residents are being invited to provide public feedback on the proposed 2015 Gaming Policy.

The 37-page document details key provisions and amendments which looks to modernize legislative standards, outline player and employee protection in the industry. The bill calls for greater oversight of the industry, and to establish local and international best practices.

As of 2013, there was a total of 80 active and non-active gaming properties in the Turks and Caicos Islands. A total of 678 machines, 535 active machines and 143 non-active gaming machines.

Pre consultations were on the drafting of the policy were conducted with consultations from members of the public, faith leaders and social workers.

The consultations, which began from September 15th and runs until October 9th, will also include a public debate according to TCIG. Residents can respond by emailing, or in writing (hard copies) to:

Turks and Caicos Islands Gaming Consultation 2015
Gaming Inspectorate
Butterfield Square


Turks and Caicos Islands Gaming Consultation 2015
N.J.S. Francis Building,
Pond St, Cockburn Town,
Grand Turk


District Commissioner’s Office on the Islands of North, Middle and South Caicos and Salt Cay

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