Diane Freeman retires from her post as director of charity gaming for the Indiana Gaming Commission after several decades of state service. Freeman has been the only person ever in charge of implementing and monitoring charity gaming for the State, assuming the lead regulatory role upon the legalization of charity gaming in the early 1990s when she was working for the Department of Revenue. The function was much later moved within the purview of the Indiana Gaming Commission, and Freeman moved along with it. Succeeding Freeman will be Mark Mason, CPP, CFE, MDI, who had been assistant director of charity gaming for almost six years. He retired 20 years ago from the Indiana State Police as a major and division commander after more than 25 years and spent more than a decade in security