Mutuel Clerks sell, check and cash mutuel tickets at a racetrack. They read the entry numbers of specific entries in designated races. They then depress the corresponding numbered key of the ticket dispensing machine that automatically ejects tickets requested by patrons. They accept money and make change. They pay winnings to patrons. They may summon security personnel to apprehend persons attempting to cash fraudulent tickets and direct patrons to the information clerk-cashier or supervisory personnel to resolve questions of ticket validity. In addition, they requisition additional cash as required. They are responsible for making up any cash outages.
An occupational license is required. Applicants must have good character and respect for the integrity of all participants. Every application is reviewed, updated and carefully processed by the Licensing unit before a license is issued.
Fingerprinting is required of each applicant. Where it is found that his/her participation in racing would be inconsistent with the public interest or the best interest of racing generally, a thorough investigation is conducted before unfavorable action is taken in the form of a denial, suspension or revocation of his/her license.
From January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008, there were 2,093 licenses issued for this occupation.
From January 1, 2009 to December 31, 2009, there were 2,144 licenses issued for this occupation.
State of New York Racing and Wagering Board
1 Broadway Center, Suite 600
Schenectady, NY 12305-2553
Phone: (518) 395-5400
Fax: (518) 347-1250
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