They oversee the casino floor to watch for violations of state gaming regulations.

They are available to take complaints from casino customers.

They are present anytime that cash is moved or counted to ensure the state gets its 8 percent share of gaming-tax revenue.

They hold keys to sensitive areas of the casino, including the “count rooms” where the cash is kept.

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