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Casinos won't take chances with patrons' safety

Milwaukee shooting puts new focus on security

6:57 AM, Jun. 24, 2013
High-tech survillance cameras keep close watch inside and outside the Oneida Tribe of Indians' gaming sites.
High-tech survillance cameras keep close watch inside and outside the Oneida Tribe of Indians' gaming sites.
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A recent shooting at a Milwaukee casino is a troubling reminder to Native American gaming operators in Wisconsin that a highly visible security force and sophisticated surveillance measures are of paramount importance.

"We only get that one chance when people come in to make sure they're comfortable and secure," said Lisa Waukau, vice chairwoman of the Menominee Indian Tribe, which runs a casino in Keshena. "We spend a lot on resources to make sure they are comfortable - inside and outside the casino."

Waukau was reacting to the arrest of a 27-year-old Wauwatosa man in connection to a ...

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