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Casinos set plans for terrorist threats

The games must go on. The war with Iraq has had little visible influence on life in the casinos. But that doesn’t mean the garish hotels have not taken steps to deal with potential terrorist threats. Tom Davis, new president of the Sands, said the hotel is in touch with federal and state law enforcement agencies in an effort to keep a handle on possible elevated alerts. “We will work with other agencies to insulate customers to the best of our ability,” he said. Trump Hotels provided emergency procedure plans to multiple agencies, including the Casino Control Commission, the Division of Gaming Enforcement, state police, Atlantic County and Atlantic City, said Richard Santoro, senior vice president of corporate security for Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts. Full Story

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