Ohio Lottery Commission

Job: Gaming Enforcement Investigator

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Jobing Description

Responsible for conducting complex &/ or long term criminal investigations to include multi-jurisdictional or financial investigations (e.g., patron related crimes, internal casino employee, organized crime, money laundering, theft) as lead investigator, performs various tasks relating to investigations, interacts daily with casino patrons, casino staff & other law enforcement agencies, serves as lead worker by providing work direction, technical assistance & training to personnel in assigned casino on daily basis to insure that gaming enforcement agent duties & investigations are completed promptly & correctly & acts in absence of supervisor. Gathers, evaluates, safeguards, prepares & forwards criminal intelligence information to various entities, reviews & summarizes intelligence information for presentation to superiors, in court, etc. Oversees surveillance monitoring (i.e., audio, video, visual & photographic), issues citations or makes arrests, submits report of investigations to superiors with recommendations for correcting problems. Prepares & submits detailed investigative reports for criminal &/or regulatory actions (e.g., non-compliance with Internal Control Standards) to OCCC Division Directors; serves as liaison to & leads investigations, represents the agency on state & federal task forces investigating criminal activity (e.g., organized crime, money laundering). Responsible for evaluating, cataloging, safeguarding & preparing courtroom evidence, ensures chain of evidence is maintained, serves as court liaison for gaming enforcement unit, testifies in court; makes presentations to specialized audiences &/or general public (e.g., other casinos, judges, law enforcement &/or criminal justice professionals); monitors adherence of casinos to Internal Control Standards.

Minimum Qualifications:

Completion of associate core program in criminal justice, social sciences (e.g., psychology, sociology, criminology), or other field commensurate with job duties; 3 yrs. experience in law enforcement, with 1 of those yrs. working on complex & long term criminal investigations; Ohio Peace Officer Training Certification (OPOTC); & valid driver’s license.

-Or 4 ½ yrs. law enforcement or equivalent military law enforcement experience, with 1 of those yrs. working on complex & long term criminal investigations; 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.
Major Worker Characteristics:

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; investigative practices & techniques, written communication (e.g., English composition & grammar, technical writing, business communication); verbal communication; interviewing, employee training & development*; supervisory principles/techniques*, & 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 unfamiliar context; prepare & deliver speeches before specialized audiences & general public & cooperate with co-workers on group projects.

(*)Developed after employment

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