Reporting Gambling Wrongdoing
If you observe possible wrongdoing related to gambling in B.C. there are ways for you to report. Find out more about how to report gambling wrongdoing below. There are also formal reporting requirements for gambling event licensees (ticket raffle licensees, bingo licensees, etc.), gaming grant recipients, and gambling industry registrants (casinos, community gambling centres, etc.).
- How to Report Gambling Wrongdoing
- Formal Reporting Procedures (for gambling event licensees, gaming grant recipients, and gambling services providers)
If you observe possible wrongdoing related to gambling in B.C. you can submit a report online or contact the Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch by email or phone. You can also contact your local police department.
Online Service: File a Criminal or Regulatory Complaint
Phone (Victoria): 250 387-5311
Phone (Greater Vancouver): 604 660-0245
Phone (Kelowna): 250 861-7363
Phone (Prince George): 250 612-4122
Toll-free within B.C.: 1 800 663-7867 ask to be transferred to one of the numbers above
Formal Reporting Procedures (for gambling event licensees, gaming grant recipients, and gambling industry registrants)
Gambling event licensees, gaming grant recipients, and gambling industry registrants can use the information in the following letters as a guide for how to report gambling wrongdoing in B.C.
- November 25, 2013 - Letter to all Gambling Event Licensees and Grant Recipients (Requirements for Reporting Wrongdoing for Licensees and Grant Recipients) (PDF)
- July 26, 2012 - Letter to all Registered Gambling Services Providers (Reporting Procedures for Registered Gambling Service Providers) (PDF)