One Caesars Supervisor Cleared, Second Guilty of Spying on Women
As reported by the Press of Atlantic City: "A former surveillance supervisor at Caesars Atlantic City has been cleared of charges he spied on attractive women in the casino through the building's surveillance system, but a second supervisor faces a suspension of his gaming license for 20 days under a decision released Friday by the Casino Control Commission. "The ruling found no evidence that former supervisor Robert Swan violated any state gaming regulations while he worked the graveyard shift at the casino in early October 2004 and clears him of punitive action by the commission. "However, the ruling also found that former supervisor James Doherty, also in early October 2004, did violate regulations as he used the casino's video surveillance equipment to track and focus on female casino workers. The decision recommended his gaming license be suspended for 20 days, pending approval of the full commission.
"...The state Division of Gaming Enforcement brought charges against Caesars, charging that four surveillance workers at the casino had used the casino's surveillance system to spy on and stalk attractive females on the casino floor in early October 2004, often zooming in on the women's anatomy. The DGE charged that by doing so, the employees had compromised the required security at the casino by diverting resources from actual security requirements..."