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Division Director

Simon J. Blank

Assistant Director

Jack Kelley


Insurance Fraud
200 East Gaines Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0318
Contact Us At:
(850) 413-3115
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Division of Insurance Fraud

Bureau of Crime Intelligence and Analytical Support

The Bureau of Crime Intelligence and Analytical Support was established as an independent entity within the Division of Insurance Fraud in November, 2009, headed by a bureau chief, three crime intelligence analyst supervisors and ten crime intelligence analysts.

Crime intelligence analysis focuses on the identification, apprehension and enrollment of offenders into the records management system. Crime Intelligence Analysts identify investigative leads regarding the relationships between entities of interest and the flow of commodities, money, events. They also produce matrices, link charts, flow charts and other analytical products

The Bureau of Crime Intelligence and Analytical Support must recognize the delicate balance between the individual rights of citizens and the legitimate needs of law enforcement. The Unit will perform all of its intelligence activities in a manner that is consistent with and upholds those rights, and in accordance with all user agreements.

The goal of the Division’s Bureau of Crime Intelligence and Analytical Support is to apply its resources and coordinate with other units and divisions within the Department of Financial Services, and other law enforcement agencies to prevent and discourage fraudulent activities affecting the State of Florida.

Lori Rodabaugh
Bureau Chief, Bureau of Crime Intelligence and Analytical Support
Panhandle

Lori Rodabaugh has been employed with the Division of Insurance Fraud since 2000, and is assigned to the Pensacola Field Office. In March, 2008, Lori was promoted to crime intelligence analyst supervisor of the Pensacola, Tallahassee and Jacksonville Field Offices. Prior to being employed with the Division of Insurance Fraud, Lori was employed with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office criminal intelligence unit. In July, 2008, Lori received her certification in law enforcement analysis from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

Lori was promoted to bureau chief in August 2011.

 

Kathy Morris
Crime Intelligence Analyst Supervisor
Central Florida and Jacksonville

Kathy Morris has been employed with the Division of Insurance Fraud since 2004. She was the crime intelligence analyst for the St. Petersburg squad prior to her promotion to crime intelligence analyst supervisor in August, 2008. Kathy supervises the St. Petersburg, Tampa, Ft Myers, Jacksonville, and Orlando Field Offices of the Bureau of Crime Intelligence and Analytical Support. Kathy received her crime analysis certification from St Petersburg College in 2006, and graduated from the law enforcement crime analyst academy in July 2009.

 

Bonita Taitt
Crime Intelligence Analyst Supervisor
Broward and West Palm Beach

Bonita Taitt has been employed with the Division of Insurance Fraud since 2007 and is assigned to the Bureau of Crime Intelligence and Analytical Support. In December, 2008, Bonita was promoted to crime intelligence analyst supervisor of the Broward and West Palm Beach areas. Bonita received a bachelor's degree in Psychology and Sociology from Boston College, a master's degree in Criminal Justice from Virginia Commonwealth University, an associate’s degree in crime scene technology from Keiser University, and received her certification as a law enforcement crime analyst from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement in 2008.

 

Janice Caballero
Crime Intelligence Analyst Supervisor
Miami-Dade/Monroe

Janice Caballero has been employed with the Division of Insurance Fraud since 1995, assigned to the Miami Field Office PIP Squad. In March 2008, Janice was promoted to crime intelligence analyst supervisor of the Miami-Dade area. Janice attended Miami-Dade College and obtained her 220 all lines insurance certification and 215 life, health and variable annuities insurance certification. She was also certified as a law enforcement crime analyst from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement in December 2009.

TMotley CIAA Graduation

Congratulations to Tonya Motley, graduate of Class XVIII of the Florida Law Enforcement Analyst Academy.