Nevada Gaming Control Board Appoints Kristi Torgerson as New Chief of the Enforcement Division

By | October 7, 2022


The Nevada Gaming Control Board has announced the appointment of Kristi Torgerson as chief of its Enforcement Division. She will succeed Chief James Taylor, who is retiring after 27 years of service to the Board, on October 30.

Torgerson, an employee of the Board since January 1997, has served as Deputy Chief of the Enforcement Division since 2019. Prior to her service to the Board, she served as an interrogator and counterintelligence agent with the US Army. Immediately following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Torgerson was deputized as a Task Force Officer with the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force for two years.

“Deputy Chief Torgerson’s impressive career with the Gaming Control Board, the military, and federal law enforcement should give Nevadans confidence in the safety and integrity of gaming as she begins to lead the Enforcement Division,” Chairman J.Brin Gibson said.

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