Special_Investigations

Special Investigations

Special Investigations

 

OIG conducts in-depth investigations and analyses of alleged criminal wrongdoing, corruption, conflicts of interest, fraud and abuse in New York State agencies/entities which fall under its jurisdiction. When the scope, subject matter, or other considerations warrant, the Attorney-In-Charge of Special Investigations (AIC-SI) is responsible for conducting and overseeing interdisciplinary statewide teams to manage large scale investigations, projects and initiatives.

The AIC-SI is a working Investigative Counsel with a caseload and report writing responsibilities, but who reports directly to the Chief Deputy Inspector General on all Special Investigations, which comprise approximately 75% of her caseload. The AIC-SI’s regular caseload is supervised internally by her regional Deputy Inspector General.