7878.0160 Security Cooperation

Published: 2015

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Subpart 1.

Security officers must cooperate with law enforcement agencies.

Class A, Class B, and Class D licensees and all security officers must cooperate fully with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies with jurisdiction to enforce criminal laws at horse racing facilities, and must report promptly all crimes suspected, investigated, or prevented at a licensed racetrack to the A&GED.

Subp. 2.

Notification of searches.

Within 24 hours of any searches conducted by an association or its security personnel, the Racing Commission director of racing security or his or her designee must be notified of the searches and any relative circumstances involved. A copy of the inventory sheet of all items confiscated during the searches must accompany the notification. All illegal contraband seized as a result of a search must be immediately delivered to the local law enforcement agency. Under no circumstances shall the association or its security personnel destroy or otherwise dispose of any illegal contraband.