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Casino Security North West England

Posted by Clive Barker on Tuesday, March 16, 2021, In : Casino Security 
Casinos are where people play games of chance for money. Where there is presence of large amounts of money, there are sneaky punters who are tempted to cheat or con their way into a jackpot. 

That’s why casinos spend a lot on security. In this blog, you will discover what casino security does and why casinos have pretty rigorous standards when it comes to security.

In any casino, the customer is king. This is because without their patronage, the casino will be out of business. That is why it ...

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Casino Security Manchester, Blackpool

Posted by Howard Trott on Tuesday, September 4, 2018, In : Casino Security 
All major facilities have security concerns unique to their environment. Casinos tend to have a broader set of security issues than many other settings. Casinos are entertainment centres, hotels, restaurants and possess substantial amounts of cash. A primary factor that contributes to these potential dangers is that at any given time a casino is often extremely crowded. Massive crowds are a concern because the more people in any given area the more likely something is going to happen. This co...

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The Venetian Casino China

Posted by Spartan 24 Hour Security on Thursday, January 29, 2015, In : Casino Security 

The Venetian Casino is located in Macao China and the largest in the world.
In August 2007, The Venetian Macao was opened, the anchor property of Cotai Strip Resorts Macao, located approximately three kilometers from the Taipa Temporary Ferry Terminal. The Venetian Macao includes approximately 374,000 square feet of casino and gaming areas spread across exclusive VIP rooms and an expansive mass market gaming floor.

In addition to gaming facilities, The Venetian Macao features:

  • A 39-floor, five-s...

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