Gaming Enforcement Agent

State of Ohio Jobs - Hamilton County, OH3.9

30+ days ago
Monitors gaming floor activities, conducts criminal investigations to include both overt & covert investigations as needed: independently investigates gaming & non-gaming crimes.

Assumes total case responsibility for collection & preservation of evidence; locates & interviews witnesses, suspects & other knowledgeable persons, monitors &/or reviews surveillance records, prepares & submits investigative reports to supervisor for criminal &/or regulatory actions, documents & tracks investigations, confers as needed with superiors, etc.

Apprehends suspects & makes arrests, takes confessions; reviews reports of other agents, checks technical evidence for court submission; confers with supervisors, other Enforcement staff, etc., testifies in court.

Responds to calls for assistance, reviews & completes Voluntary Exclusion Program (VEP) applications with program applicants, performs other regulatory functions on behalf of the casino (e.g., takes delivery of table games & slot machines, performs slot machine verification & authentication, etc.).

Interacts with casino staff (e.g., security, surveillance personnel, etc.) to ensure communication & information sharing.

Acts as liaison to, & works in cooperation with, all other levels of law enforcement agencies (e.g., local, state, federal, etc.); fosters & maintains positive, cohesive working relationship with law enforcement entities & casino staff.

Maintains skill in operation of firearms & self-defense, collects, evaluates & forwards criminal intelligence information.


Completion of associate core program in criminal justice, social sciences (e.g., psychology, sociology, criminology), or other field commensurate with job duties; 2 yrs. experience in law enforcement; Ohio Peace Officer Training Certification (OPOTC); & valid driver’s license.

  • Or 3 ½ yrs. law enforcement or equivalent military law enforcement experience; OPOTC; & valid driver’s license.
  • Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications for Employment noted above.
The final applicant must successfully pass background check by appointing authority, which includes a polygraph.The final applicant accepted for this position will be required to submit to urinalysis to test for illegal drug use.An applicant with a positive test result will not be offered employment, per section 123:1-76-09 of the Ohio Administrative Code.

Knowledge of law enforcement; criminal investigations, agency, state, &/or federal statutes, rules, regulations & procedures applicable to crimes &/or violations under investigation*; case preparation; criminal evidence & procedure; behavioral or social science (e.g., psychology, sociology, criminology), criminal justice; written communication (e.g., English composition & grammar, technical writing, business communication); verbal communication; interviewing & public relations. Skill in operation of firearms (e.g., 40 caliber semi-automatic); two-way radio; recording devices & camera. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts & draw valid conclusions; maintain accurate records; prepare meaningful, concise & accurate reports; gather, collate & classify information about people, places or things; handle sensitive inquiries from & contact with officials & general public; deal with problems involving several variables in familiar context; prepare & deliver speeches before specialized audiences & general public & cooperate with co-workers on group projects.

(*)Developed after employment

Only applicants with current OPOTA certification will be considered for this position.

24/7 operation that includes 3 shifts - schedule consists of four, 10-hour shifts with 3 days off (days off is on a rotating schedule)

Exposed to hostile persons/situations &/or physical violence.
May require overnight travel &/or working prolonged & irregular hours

**Any employee or applicant in a position requiring him/her to carry or otherwise possess or transport a firearm(s) or ammunition is prohibited from using medical marijuana**

Background Check Information

Final candidates will be required to submit to an extensive background check, drug test, physical, etc.

Primary Location: United States of America-OHIO-Hamilton County
Work Locations: Cincinnati Casino 1000 Broadway St. Cincinnati 45202
Organization: Casino Control Commission
Classified Indicator: Classified
Bargaining Unit / Exempt: Bargaining Unit
Schedule: Full-time
Work Hours: 4 10-hour shifts per week
Compensation: $24.84
Unposting Date: Aug 24, 2018, 10:59:00 PM