Nevada Gaming Control Board investigating 111 cases of safety noncompliance at casinos Bailey Schulz, Las Vegas Review-Journal · July 2, 2020 at 6:31 am The Nevada Gaming Control Board has opened 111 regulatory cases to determine whether certain Nevada casinos have been noncompliant with the board’s new health and safety policies. The cases come after the board’s enforcement division conducted 7,461 inspections and observations of nonrestricted and restricted licensees. The board could take disciplinary action if it finds a licensee has been noncompliant, according to a Tuesday news release. With a nearly 2,500 licensees in Nevada, the board inspected and observed each three times on average since July 4. About 1.5 percent of those inspections led to cases. Brendan Bussmann, director of government affairs for Las Vegas-based Global Market Advisors, said “in the scheme of things, that’s not a large number,” adding that the extent of these violations is unclear.