ORLANDO, Fla,. Oct. 12, 2017 — Larry Dodd, Vice President of SIU & Compliance at Command Investigations, was recognized as a 2017 Investigator of the Year by the Florida Workers’ Compensation Fraud Task Force.
As the first of its kind, the task force was created by Florida’s Division of Insurance Fraud in 2011. The goal of the task force is to share information with the industry and government agencies in an effort to forge a strong working relationship with the task force members in combating insurance fraud.
Dodd was nominated for the award based upon his success, leadership and expert guidance of Command’s SIU Department. His determination and drive for all matters anti-fraud have made Dodd a standout performer within the SIU community.
Currently, Dodd heads Command’s Special Investigative Unit (SIU) & Anti-Fraud Department, whose industry-leading enterprise platform provides a national solution to insurance carriers, self-insured entities and third party administrators (TPAs). Command’s SIU investigators are a dedicated team of professionals who exclusively identify, investigate and statutorily report suspect claim activity.
As a 25-year veteran of the private investigative and law enforcement fields, Dodd is an expert at bridging the gap between civil and criminal investigations. His professional relationships with various state law enforcement agencies and prosecutors around the country have laid the foundation of effectively navigating the nuisances of the various state fraud reporting requirements.
“I have worked with Larry Dodd for more than 15 years. His vast expertise and knowledge never cease to amaze me. His leadership and dedication to our company and his SIU staff have made Command a leader in fighting fraud,” said Steve Cassell, President & CEO of Command Investigations. “On behalf of our SIU customers and everyone at Command, we congratulate Larry on this award.”
Dodd also manages Command’s Restitution Management Program™. Under his leadership, the SIU & Anti-Fraud Department is credited with millions in claim savings and more than $500,000 in enforceable restitution orders.