Division of Insurance Fraud (DIF)

Report
Director Dan Anderson
DSO Presentation
August 7, 2012
INSURANCE FRAUD FORFEITURE SPENDING PLAN
Cash Balance 7/1/2012
New Receipts since 7/1/12
Certified Forward Payments
FY 2012-13 Appropriation for Training
$
893,972
(50,000)
Current Fiscal Year 2012-13
Ad Campaign
Billboards and Bus Shelters
Radio
NetMap (first prorated portion of 3 year contract @ $27,000 - $9,000
per year)
Callyo Renewal
Visual Analytics
Technology Needs
Air Card Adapters & Mobile Docking Stations
Wireless Keyboards & Mice
Computer Monitor
GPS (Garmin Nuvi 1300LM) units for detectives
Mobile Scanners
P-25 SLER Radios (Hand held) (150 @ $4,000)
37,500
37,500
9,000
10,005
100,000
2,870
166
160
10,125
8,130
600,000
Additional Training Needs
The Training unit is compiling a list of needed training and related
costs
Total Fiscal Year 2012-13 Total
815,456
$
28,516
INSURANCE FRAUD FORFEITURE SPENDING PLAN
Fiscal Year 2013-14
NetMap ($9,000 current fiscal year portion of 3 year
contract @ $ 27,000)
9,000
NetMap ($9,000 current fiscal year portion of 3 year
contract @ $ 27,000) Second License
9,000
Callyo Renewal
10,005
Ad Campaign
Billboards and Bus Shelters
37,500
Radio
37,500
P-25 SLER Radios (Units for vehicles) (150 @ $4,000)
600,000
Fiscal Year 2013-14 Total
703,005 $ (674,489)
As of July 1, 2012
A.S.A.
Circuit
Total #
of
Cases
Assigne
d
Cases Pending Filing
(Intake/Pre-file)
Cases Filed
Cases ASA providing
Investigative
Assistance
Cases Closed since last
Quarterly Report
Ins.
NonIns.
Ins.
Ins.
Ins.
Ins.
Non-Ins. Ins.
Non-Ins. Ins.
Non-Ins.
Fraud by Ins.
Fraud by
Fraud
Fraud by
Fraud
Fraud
Fraud Fraud
Fraud Fraud
Fraud
other
Fraud
other
by other
other
By DIF
By DIF
Cases By DIF
Cases By DIF
Cases
LEOs
Cases
LEOs
LEOs
LEOs
Joe Licandro
4th -JAX
70
20
0
27
5
0
5
13
0
0
20
0
20
Juliana Millon
11th-MIA
108
82
16
1
1
0
0
8
0
0
10
0
0
Nneka Uzodinma
11th-MIA
98
62
28
1
0
0
0
6
1
0
10
1
0
Suzanne Bell
11th-MIA
68
62
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
1
0
Kerrie Crockett
(W/C)
11th-MIA
53
40
2
1
6
0
0
3
1
0
6
0
0
Matthew Gale
13th-TPA
39
17
1
0
18
0
0
3
0
0
7
0
0
Amy Ward
13th-TPA
31
10
1
5
10
1
1
3
0
0
7
0
5
Jason Derry (W/C)
13th-TPA
12
2
0
0
8
0
0
2
0
0
3
0
0
Mike Lennon
13th-TPA
43
4
15
1
13
0
0
5
5
0
4
5
1
Lorie Cura
13th-TPA
25
18
1
0
3
0
0
3
0
0
5
0
0
Ryan Kelley
15th-WPB
144
100
0
32
4
0
8
0
0
0
14
0
8
Andrew Franklin
17th-FLL
123
95
1
13
13
1
0
0
0
0
20
0
4
The 9th circuit has been allocated 5 FTEs and due to the fact that they have not responded to my request for caseload information, we are
unable to determine their staffing allocation and caseloads.
DIF averaged 17 arrests (495 arrests) per
week for the first 29 weeks of the Fiscal
Year (FY) through 1/20/12.
For the last 23 weeks of the FY, DIF made
727 arrests, averaging 31.6 arrests per
week.
DIF made 525 arrests in the first 7
months of the fiscal year (74.86 per
month).
In the last 5 months of the FY, DIF
made 699 arrests and ended the year
with 1,224.
DIF made more than 100 arrests in a
month in June (129) for the 5th month in a
row. This had not happened in more than 2
consecutive months before in DIF. Four of
the 5 highest monthly arrest totals made
by DIF in the past 4 FYs took place in the
last 5 months.
DIF made 114 arrests in February. DIF
followed that up with 147 arrests in
March. Since DIF received “law
enforcement” (gun carrying) status in
1993, this was the most arrests DIF had
ever made in a month.
The record only stood for a month
because DIF made 176 arrests in
April. DIF followed up with 132 in May
and 129 in June. DIF Detectives averaged
more arrests per Detective on board, than
DIF has ever averaged in a FY.
DIF made 563 court presentations for the
first 7 months of the fiscal year (80.4 per
month). In the months of February,
March, April, May and June, DIF made
679 presentations (over 135 per month).
The increase in presentations (and
ensuring that they were quality
presentations) played a large part in the
increase in arrests.
The majority of these arrests took place
in significant investigations. For the FY,
DIF arrested 288 “enablers.” These are
a class of criminals that we now track
where the insurance fraud could not
have happened without their vital role
being played.
THE PERSONS WHO ARE OPERATING
THE DIRTY CLINICS IN THE PIP CASES
ARE THE ENABLERS.
DIF made 353 PIP arrests last FY. DIF
made 492 this FY and made 278 of those
arrests in the last 5 months of the year.
DIF “shut down” a significant number of
PIP Clinics (55) this year.

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