Jay S. Albanese, Ph.D.
Professor, School of Government and Public Affairs
Virginia Commonwealth University.
Criminologist with expertise in white-collar crime, street crime, organized crime and ethics
Douglas L. Florence
Director Gaming Sector
Expert in the field of: security; surveillance; including investigations; internal matters; development of procedures; providing strong deterrent effects and better internal controls. Has been instrumental in the development of surveillance and investigations organizations; is designated as a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) by American Society for Industrial Security International; founded the Standing Committee on Gaming and Wagering Protection and served as vice president of the board of trustees. He is the vice president of the Affiliate Membership of the International Master of Gaming Law and has served on the Department of Homeland Security’s Commercial Facilities Sector Coordinating Council since 2003 representing gaming surveillance for North America with DHS clearance.
Jeremy D. Margolis
Loeb & Loeb LLP
Expert on the effect of casinos on street crime; organized crime; former director, Illinois State Police
David O. Stewart
Ropes & Gray LLP
Has advised clients, including investors, land-based casino companies, trade associations and offshore operators on Internet gambling issues since 1995; expert on money laundering and Bank Secrecy Act regulations
B. Grant Stitt, Ph.D.
Professor and Chai
Department of Criminal Justice, University of Nevada, Ren
Expert on the relationship between casinos and crime, effects of casinos on communities and general factors regarding crime causation