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Subject 560-5-1 ADMINISTRATION

Rule 560-5-1-.01 Organization

This office consists of a Chief Special Investigator, an Administrative Secretary, Special Investigators and such other staff as is necessary to conduct the affairs of the office.

Rule 560-5-1-.02 Chief Special Investigator

All reports by Special Investigators must be approved by the Chief Special Investigator. He also supervises work of all other employees and performs such other duties as from time to time may be delegated to him by the Commissioner or his Deputies. The Chief Special Investigator also shares an equal workload regarding investigations conducted by this office. The Chief Special Investigator reports to the Commissioner, the Deputy Commissioner, and the Deputy for Administration.

Rule 560-5-1-.03 Administrative Secretary

The Administrative Secretary prepares all reports of investigations on completion by the Special Investigators and performs other assignments in office operations.

Rule 560-5-1-.04 Special Investigators

These Investigators conduct investigations assigned by the Chief Special Investigator, the Commissioner or his Deputies. The reports are usually written and, when necessary, are documented with exhibits to verify their accuracy.

Rule 560-5-1-.05 Investigations Confidential

Due to the nature of the assigned duties of all personnel of this office, all investigations must be confidential.