The Assistant Inspector General for Investigations supervises all ongoing inquiries and investigations. He oversees a staff of seventeen that includes three Supervisory Special Agents and eleven Special Agents. These Special Agents have various investigative backgrounds and disciplines, possessing experience that has been gained mostly by working in the public sector for County, State, and Federal agencies. Certifications held by staff include nine Certified Inspector General Investigators, a Certified Public Accountant, a Certified Fraud Examiner, a Certified Legacy Interaction Specialist, and two Certified Law Enforcement Analysts. Their professional backgrounds range from traditional law enforcement to governmental regulation.
An Investigative Analyst Supervisor, an Investigative Analyst, and an Assistant Analyst also report to the Assistant IG. They provide critical support with their specific expertise in the usage and compliance required of specialized investigative databases that are instrumental in furthering the objectives and function of the Unit. Analysts collect data, evaluate information, organize, analyze and disseminate findings for investigations. They produce court exhibits and criminal intelligence charts, and conduct criminal history checks on any individual nominated to an Advisory Board by County Commissioners.