Gambling Offences in UK Law
- The Gambling Act 2005 (Relevant Offences) (Amendment) Order 2006
Finance Act 2022
... ... Conduct Authority;(b) in the case of a person for whom the Gambling Commission is a supervisory authority, the Gambling Commission;(c) in any ... modifications, including provision relating to penalties and offences;(d) make different provision for different purposes, including different ... ...
The Co-ordination of Regulatory Enforcement (Enforcement Action) (Amendment) Order 2013
... ... (10) In article 2(2)(b)(iii) after “the Gambling Act 2005”7insert “(except in relation to Part 4 of that Act)” ... Part 4 of the Gambling Act 2005 contains offences for the protection of children and young persons ... Article 2(11) of ... ...
The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017
... ... ) (b) (power of the FCA to institute proceedings for certain other offences) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 ... Annotations: ... listed in Schedule 1;F321(viii) art market participants;(d) the Gambling Commission is the supervisory authority for casinos ... (2) Where under ... ...
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Books & Journal Articles
Criminological measures to counteract corruption offences in the field of illegal gambling
Purpose: Despite all the anti-corruption measures and anti-corruption initiatives, people offer or accept bribes without any hesitation. As anywhere in the world, the negative consequences of corru...
Should gambling be a predicate for money laundering?
Defines predicate‐based offences as derivative offences, ie offences like money laundering that depend on the existence of others. Examines gambling as a rational choice social activity, estimates ...
Corporate Justice: Some Preliminary Thoughts*
Through the rapid modern growth of private security as a form of “internal” policing, and the preference of many large organizations for handling problems “internally” which might previously have b...... ... often not regarded as warranting intervention (eg, moral offences, "victimless" crimes, etc), Indeed, it is not hard to see that certain crimes (eg, gambling, intimidation of union activists, prostitution etc) may actually ... ...
Problem gambling among a group of male prisoners: Lifetime prevalence and association with incarceration
Studies have shown an association between criminal offending and problem gambling; however, research concerning problem gambling among prisoners is limited. Although reported prevalence rates are h...... ... antisocial impulsivist problem gamblers and oﬀenders, prisoners aﬄicted with problem gambling may be incarcerated for a variety of oﬀences which may or may not be related to their gambling. There is a paucity of research investigating the rate of problem 74 Australian & New Zealand ... ...
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Law Firm Commentaries
Gambling Comparative Guide
... ... investigating and prosecuting gambling offences ... The cornerstones of the Gambling Act 2005 are its three licensing objectives (Section 1 of the Gambling Act 2005) - which are: ... to ... ...
The Rise Of Crypto-Collectibles
... ... Gambling In March 2017, the Gambling Commission published a paper 'Virtual ... need to ensure it holds the relevant licences to avoid committing offences under the Gambling Act 2005 ... Further, any operator providing a ... ...
The Gambling Commission Reaffirms Its Status As One Of The UK's Most Active AML Enforcement Authorities
... ... the Act, it is a criminal offence to provide facilities for ... gambling without a licence or applicable exemption (amongst other ... offences) and the Commission has the power to investigate whether ... an offence has been committed and may institute criminal ... proceedings in England and ... ...
Sponsorship And Gambling In England And Wales In 2007: New Opportunities Or New Pitfalls?
... ... hoped that the Commission would now not feel the need to ... regulate further ... THE STATUTORY OFFENCES ... The seriousness of compliance, not only with the advertising ... codes, but also with the Act itself, is to be found in the ... broad ... ...
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