The Nebraska Racing and Gaming Commission is partnering with an anonymous reporting platform so to curb unethical or illegal activity at casinos and racetracks.
The commission launched a new statewide tip hotline via RealResponse on Friday. It allows the public to anonymously report concerning activities regarding horse racing, casino gaming and sports gambling.
That could include corrupt gaming practices, manipulation of competitions and even criminal activity.
“We also look at it as if somebody is saying, ‘Hey, we see something going on in the casino that we think is human trafficking,’” said Tom Sage, the commission’s executive director. “We want that reported to us.”