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Title: Current practices and policing issues related to Calgary casinos
Authors: Calgary Police Service
Keywords: Casinos--Alberta;Charitable casinos;Private casinos;VLTs;Video lottery terminals;Gambling--crime;Gambling--social issues
Issue Date: 12-Nov-1996
Publisher: The Calgary Police Service
Abstract: This report relects upon the impacts of both charitable and freestanding/privatized casinos on policing, social and economic issues. It was produced in response to a motion made by Alderman Kerr, seconded by Alderman Jones with respect to Bylaw 16Z96 stating: the Calgary Police Service and the Calgary Police Commission be requested to conduct a thorough investigation on policing issues both, pro and con, related to casinos and report to the City Council by 1996, November 1. Note: Includes Appendix A: Potential Effects of a Casino on Policing Services; Appendix B: Potential Effects of a Casino on Policing Services : Supplemental Report.
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