What we do

The Compliance Department is responsible for:

  1. Inspecting all gaming activities conducted by the Siletz Tribe's Gaming Operation(s).
  2. The review and approval of all new and/or revised Gaming Operation(s) policies and procedures to ensure compliance with:
    • Applicable Laws
    • Regulations
    • Ordinances
    • Internal Controls
  3. Maintain a reputable working relationship with the Oregon State Police Tribal Gaming Section.

Direct Reporting

What is Direct Reporting?

Direct reporting is an independent means of communicating any possible violations to the Siletz Tribal Gaming Commission in a manner that assures confidentiality unless specifically provided otherwise.

Direct reporting is a vital component of the Siletz Tribal Gaming Commission to ensure compliance with relevant laws.

It is important to note that if you hold a Siletz Tribal Gaming Commission license it is your responsibility and obligation as a licensee to report any possible violations to the Siletz Tribal Gaming Commission.

Please click Contact Form below if you would like to file a report

Here is a list of issues that should be reported to the Siletz Tribal Gaming Commission:

  • Fraud
  • Theft
  • Embezzlement
  • Bribery/kickbacks
  • Misuse/abuse of property or records
  • Retaliation
  • Safety/health/environmental violation
  • Conflict of interest
  • MICS and regulation non-compliance
  • Issues of fairness and integrity of gaming

Things you should know

Notify an employee of the Gaming Operation. Taking a ticket that is not yours is considered theft.
Notify an employee of the Gaming Operation. Picking up the money and placing it in your possession is considered theft.
Notify an employee of the Gaming Operation. Taking credits or playing credits from a machine is considered theft.
Please contact an employee of the Gaming Operation immediately to turn in the property. Please do not look through the items, Security is responsible for locating the owner, and is responsible for inspecting the items.