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  • Florida dept of financial services div. of insurance fraud agents

    Anyone ever worked with these guys on cases? Know anyone that works for them?

    hard to find any day to day info on them. Any info out there you guys can share would be nice.

    posting this up also for the guys in the struggle looking for a career in law enforcement.

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    Division of Insurance Fraud
    Law Enforcement - Certified
    Detectives and Criminal Investigators - L4
    Law Enforcement Investigator II

    Required Experience for Law Enforcement Investigator II
    Minimum two (2) years sworn law enforcement experience is required. A college degree from an accredited college or university can substitute for one (1) year of the required experience. Special preference will be given to applicants with Florida Law Enforcement Certification and a college degree; and to applicants with any insurance examiner experience as an adjuster, investigator, or examiner; to applicants with any financial auditing or certified fraud examiner experience such as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Fraud Examiner or financial auditing or financial investigations and to applicants with a college degree from an accredited college or university. This is an OPEN HIRING POOL FOR SIX MONTHS. Applicants will be continuously selected. This position requires a physical agility test, an EKG, a security background check, including fingerprinting, polygraph, psychological assessment and successful completion of urine drug test as a condition of employment.
    Basic Duties of LEI II
    Conduct interviews with a wide range of persons
    Secure documentary evidence
    Take sworn statements
    Conduct physical surveillance
    Prepare prosecution summary reports
    Assist prosecutors in preparation and presentation of insurance fraud cases
    Obtain and serve warrants and subpoenas and makes arrests
    Salary
    · Starting positions are hired at a base salary of $39,559.30. If assigned to Palm Beach, Broward, Dade, or Monroe Counties a cost of living increase of $4999.80 is added to the base salary. Salary increases are granted based on appropriations approved by the Florida State Legislature.
    Benefits
    · Paid vacation, 10 paid holidays, paid sick leave, 17 days military leave per year, health and life insurance, deferred compensation plan, contributory and non-contributory retirement plan, education salary incentive pay. All uniforms, equipment, weapons, and a law enforcement vehicle are furnished. A clothing allowance is also provided.
    Retirement
    · Each member is vested after 6 years of service; however, full benefits are awarded after 25 continuous years of service and are based upon a rate of 3% per year. Further information is available on retirement from the State Division of Retirement.
    Training
    · Three month Field Training Officer program with periodic in-service training.

  • #2
    "posting this up also for the guys in the struggle looking for a career in law enforcement." Not sure what you mean by this. This is a great agency and their guys are true investigators. This is not an entry level gig.
    Facts are meaningless, they can be used to prove anything.

    Stay Safe

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    • #3
      The day to day stuff is mostly doing interviews, submitting subpoenas, talking to insurance companies. If you can get into it, it's great investigative work, and also great for post-retirement employment.

      But as sureshot said, this isn't exactly an entry level gig.

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      • #4
        Im sure there are many people that fit the minimum requirements that are looking for work in the law enforcement field.

        its always good to share job openings when they come about

        not knocking the job and i definitely know this isnt a an entry level job.

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        • #5
          The Department of Financial Services is actually the #1 on my list of hopeful employers.

          The State Fire Marshals office is under DFS, however the only position the currently have open is in Gadsden County. I must check their site 4x a week for new openings in South Florida.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by damode1985 View Post
            Im sure there are many people that fit the minimum requirements that are looking for work in the law enforcement field.
            Did you miss the first line?

            Originally posted by damode1985 View Post
            Minimum two (2) years sworn law enforcement experience is required.
            Last edited by luckydog; 09-09-2009, 02:31 PM.

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            • #7
              No, do you understand that maybe people that are currently employed in a law enforcement agency are looking for work in other departments, different state/fed agencies, and other aspects of law enforcement such as insurance fraud investigations etc. etc etc.?
              Last edited by damode1985; 09-09-2009, 10:55 PM. Reason: Added happy face so my post doesnt come off as being negative, cynical and just plain @$$holish, in reality i am all that

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