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New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement

The Division of Gaming Enforcement was established in 1977 under the Casino Control Act, N.J.S.A. 5:12-1 et seq. to ensure the integrity of the casino gaming industry in the State of New Jersey. Its mission is to protect the public interest by maintaining a legitimate and viable industry, free from the influences of organized crime, and assuring the honesty, good character and integrity of casino owners, operators, employees and vendors. The Division performs this mission through enforcement of the Casino Control Act and the regulations promulgated thereunder which mandate a strictly regulated and economically sound industry. Oversight by the Division includes investigations, inspection, audit and criminal and regulatory prosecution.

Address
140 East Front Street
Trenton, New Jersey 08625
United States

Mailing Address
PO Box 047
Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0047
United States

Main Phone:
(609) 441-3106
Main Phone:
(609) 984-0909
Fax:
(609) 441-3554
Fax:
(609) 633-7355

Website:

Personnel
 
Kerry Langan
Spokesperson
 
David Rebuck
Director
New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement News
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12 Feb 2021
After news broke on Thursday regarding restriction changes in Nevada, we are starting to trend back to what we remember Sin City being. read more »

Casino City’s Friday Five: New Jersey sports betting boom edition
15 Jan 2021
New Jersey sportsbooks again find themselves breaking records, while operators in the state need to clean up their act when it comes to making timely payouts. read more »

New Jersey operators receive warning for withdrawal delays
14 Jan 2021
Online gambling operators in New Jersey have been issued a warning from the Division of Gaming Enforcement regarding the processing times for withdrawals from online gaming accounts. read more »