Organisation

Independent Casino Commission (NSW)

Owning Institution:
Acronym:
NICC

The NSW Independent Casino Commission (NICC) is a statutory authority created under the Casino Control Act 1992. The NICC was set up to address the risks and harms arising from casino operations through increased regulatory oversight. The Commission is funded by the Casino Supervisory Levy paid by both casinos and employs its own administrative staff, maintaining independent decision-making on licensing and disciplinary matters in casinos.

Report

Review of The Star Pty Ltd

The Bell Review was established to assess The Star’s suitability to hold a casino licence and to examine compliance with its legal obligations. The review was activated under sections 30 and 143 of the Casino Control Act 1992 and began in November 2021. The report...