UK: Gambling Commission publishes betting integrity decisions making framework


The Gambling Commission has published its Betting Integrity decisions making framework. This outlines the Commission’s practices and decision making procedure when betting integrity issues arise, from when the Commission first receives a piece of information to when a case is closed. A flow chart on page five of the published document illustrates, in general terms, the structure of the overall framework.

The framework comes as a result of the Gambling Commission’s betting integrity work programme which aims to detect the threat and lessen the risks of betting in the UK being corrupted by the misappropriation of information or the manipulation of events.

To access the framework, please click here.

Topics:  Gambling, Gaming, Gaming Commissions, UK

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