AGA Law Enforcement Summit Breaks New Ground

Policy Position Issue | 01.04.2017

More than 30 law enforcement leaders from across the country gathered in June 2016 at AGA’s office in Washington for the organization’s first-ever Law Enforcement Summit to better understand the massive illegal sports betting market in the U.S and what steps can be taken to address it. In a robust town hall discussion, law enforcement spoke of the illegal sports betting market as a significant problem and of regulation as a potential solution. Based on input from the Summit, the AGA’s Illegal Gambling Advisory Board authored an after-action report that serves as a guide for stakeholders – including policymakers, regulators and sports leagues – to develop potential solutions.

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August 17, 2018

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