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The Criminal Insurance Fraud Director is responsible for the successful investigation and prosecution of insurance fraud and related crimes. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency policy.

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Typical Functions:

Manages legal documents, including reviewing investigator files and distributing notices of past due assessments from insurance companies. Coordinates both investigations with other law enforcement agencies as well as prosecutorial procedures with previously elected prosecutors. Determines divisional policy as well as budget and financial decisions. Reviews job performance evaluations of employees. Maintains relationships with special investigations units for various insurance companies. Attends out of state meetings for the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills:

Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning. Knowledge of business and management principles involved in resource allocation. Knowledge of human resource modeling and human leadership techniques. Knowledge of operational activities for courts and local officials throughout the state. Knowledge of specific current law enforcement procedures, practices, legal precedents, and statutory changes that effect how cases are prosecuted by the department. Knowledge of the law, including all of its codes, procedures, precedents, and regulations; and then which specific ones are relevant enough for complete promotion of state security operations for the maximum protection of people and institutions. Knowledge of all additional aspects of white collar crime. Ability to choose the correct methods or formulas to solve a problem. Ability to comprehend information and ideas spoken through words and sentences. Ability to clearly communicate information and ideas orally and through documentation. Ability to understand the complexity of insurance and workers compensation crimes.

Minimum Qualifications:

The formal education equivalent of a law degree from an accredited law school; plus four years of experience in the practice of law, including two years in a managerial capacity.

Required Certificates:

Must be licensed to practice law and admitted to the Arkansas State Bar in accordance with ACA 16-22-201.


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