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The Chickasaw Nation Office of the Gaming Commissioner (CNOGC) offers the self-exclusion program to anyone who wishes to voluntarily exclude themselves from all Chickasaw Nation gaming facilities for a pre-determined amount of time. CNOGC also conducts administrative hearings to determine matters within its jurisdiction. Administrative hearings may pertain to licensing eligibility, self-exclusions, facility bars, patron prize claims, patron tort claims and enforcement actions.

Self-Exclusion Program

The self-exclusion program exists to help gaming participants who may have a problem or concern with their gambling habits and wish to exclude themselves from the Chickasaw Nation gaming facilities for terms of one, three or five years. Participants may enroll in person at Chickasaw Nation operated gaming facilities or any of the CNOGC offices. It is mandatory for a self-excluded individual to serve one year; after this period, they may submit an application to modify the term of their self-exclusion. This application must be completed by the self-excluded individual and submitted to CNOGC for determination. The individual will be notified in writing on a decision to modify and may be required to attend a hearing for determination.

Administrative Hearings

CNOGC has established regulations and an administrative hearing system to determine matters within its jurisdiction, including those pertaining to licensing eligibility, self-exclusions, facility bars, patron prize claims, patron tort claims and enforcement actions. Generally, actions within the CNOGC administrative hearings jurisdiction arise from CNOGC original review of actions taken by the CNOGC Licensing Division against a gaming license, or by a patron pursuing a tort claim or prize claim, or by facility management in an action against a patron. All actions are heard and determined by the commissioner in the CNOGC administrative hearings tribunal where due process proceedings are held and determined.

More information on the self-exclusion program and administrative hearings can be found in the frequently asked questions