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Gambling Commission publishes paper looking at role of Joint Assessment Unit at the London Olympics

The Gambling Commission has published a paper looking at the role of the Joint Assessment Unit (the “JAU”) at the London Olympic Games.

The task of the JAU was to provide a mechanism for the collection, collation and assessment of information in order to combat corruption at the Games. The key actors in the JAU were the Gambling Commission’s Sports Betting Intelligence Unit and the International Olympic Committee with the support of other stakeholders including the Metropolitan Police and LOCOG.

The paper (which may be found here: Gambling Commission – JAU Paper) provides an interesting insight into the work of the JAU – including lessons learnt – and we will posting our thoughts on it shortly.

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