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154 /Constitutional Offices & Agencies
INSURANCE FRAUD UNIT

Lt. John R. Davis, Administrator

501 St. Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 333-8792

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

INSURANCE FRAUD UNIT

Lt. John R. Davis, Administrator
(appointed by Governor) ........ (410) 333-8792

INSURANCE FRAUD ADVISORY COUNCIL

Martha C. Roach, Chairperson, 1995

Appointed by Governor (who names chair): Lars
Kristiansen, Esq., 1993; Linda A. McCann, 1993;
Frank W. Robertson, 1993; August P. Alegi, Esq.,
1994; Lourdes S. Morales, 1994; Christopher J.
Romano, Esq., 1994; Lt. Col. Larry E. Harmel,
1995; one vacancy.

The Insurance Fraud Unit was established within
the Department of Licensing and Regulation in 1992
by the Governor (Executive Order 01.01.1992.24).
The Unit was transferred to the Office of the Governor
in 1993 (Chapter 538, Acts of 1993). On January 1,
1995, functions of the Unit will be assumed by a new
insurance fraud unit within the Office of the Attorney
General.

The Unit investigates complaints of fraudulent
insurance acts and, where appropriate, prosecutes
violators of the law. The Unit cooperates with and
assists insurers, the Maryland Insurance Admini-
stration, the Maryland State Police, the Attorney
General's Office, the State's Attorney, the Federal
Bureau of Investigation, and other law enforcement
authorities in the investigation and prosecution of
insurance fraud. The Unit also maintains data and
statistics on insurance fraud.

INSURANCE FRAUD ADVISORY COUNCIL
Martha C. Roach, Chairperson, 1995

Created by the Governor in 1992, the Insurance
Fraud Advisory Council advises the Governor and
the Insurance Fraud Unit on matters relating to
insurance fraud (Executive Order 01.01.1992.24).
The Council's nine members are appointed by the
Governor to three-year terms. Members represent
the Attorney General's Office, the Maryland State
Police, the Maryland Insurance Administation, in-
surance companies, professional insurance agents,
and the general public.

Maryland Manual 1994-1995

OFFICE OF JUSTICE
ADMINISTRATION

Stephen A. Bocian, Executive Director

301 W. Preston St., 15th floor
Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 225-1834

BUDGET (CODE 23.01.05.04)

.......... FY1992 .......... FY1993 .......... FY1994
Funds .......... (actual) .......... (actual) .......... (approp.)
General ...... $ 324,971 ... $ 254,212. .... $ 284,053
Special .......$ 370,290 ... $ 56,990. .... $ 355,942
Federal. ......$ 995,110 ... $ 927,018. .... $ 950,000
Total Funds . . . $1,690,371 . . . $1,238,220. .... $1,589,995

Staff

Authorized. ........... 6 ........... 6. ............ 6
Contractual (FTE)...... 2 ........... 2. ............ 2
Total Staff ............ 8 ........... 8. ............ 8

MANDATED REPORTS

Annual Performance Report to Office of Juvenile
Justice & Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Dept. of
Justice.
Annual Report of Victim Services Coordinator to
Governor, Secretary of Public Safety &
Correctional Services, and State Board of Victim
Services.
Annual Report of State Board of Victim Services to
Governor.
Annual Survey of juveniles in Maryland jails &
lockups to Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency
Prevention, U.S. Dept. of Justice.
Three-Year Comprehensive Plan (& annual
amendments) to Office of Juvenile Justice &
Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Dept. of Justice.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Stephen A. Bocian, Executive Director . (410) 225-1834

GOVERNOR'S ADVISORY BOARD FOR
JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION

Stephen A. Bocian, Chairperson (410) 225-1834
Vacancy, Vice-Chairperson

Appointed by Governor (who names chair & vice-chair):
Dario J. Broccolino, Esq.; Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr.;
Philip C. Jimeno; Rodney E. Kennedy; Alice G.
Pinderhughes, Esq.; Stuart Jay Robinson, Esq.;
Alfred T. Truitt, Jr.; Charles F. Wellford, Ph.D.

Ex officio: Robert F. Sweeney, Chief Judge, District
Court of Maryland; Ronald M. Levitan, Esq.,
designee of Attorney General; LaMont W. Flanagan,
designee of Secretary of Public Safety & Correctional
Services; Ellen D. Gonzales, designee of State
Superintendent of Schools; Mary Ann Saar, Secretary
of Juvenile Services; Stephen E. Harris, Esq., Public
Defender; George B. Rasin, Jr., Chairperson,
Maryland Juvenile Justice Advisory Council.

MARYLAND JUVENILE JUSTICE ADVISORY
COUNCIL
Richard W. Friedman, Juvenile Justice
Program Administrator . . .
(410) 225-1834
George B. Rasin, Jr., Chairperson, 1994
Judson P. Garrett, Jr., Esq., Vice-Chairperson, 1994

 



 
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