1 Michigan - HB 4612 Michigan HB 4612 is a comprehensive measure intended to reform the state s no fault auto insurance system. Embedded in the language are the sections that relate to the creation of the Automobile Insurance Fraud Authority that would help target the auto insurance schemes that have been prevalent in the state over the past several years. The following are the provisions related to the creation of the authority. To view the entire bill we recommend that you go to the state legislative website at page=getobject&objectname=2013-hb-4612 Michigan Insurance Fraud Authority (as part of HB 4612) Sec (1) Every insurer authorized to write automobile insurance in this state shall participate in an organization for the purpose of doing all of the following: (a) Providing the guarantee that automobile insurance coverage will be available to any person who is unable to procure that insurance through ordinary methods. (b) Preserving to the public the benefits of price competition by encouraging maximum use of the normal private insurance system. (C) PROVIDING FUNDING FOR THE MICHIGAN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD AUTHORITY AND THE AUTOMOBILE THEFT PREVENTION AUTHORITY. (2) The organization created under this chapter shall be called the "Michigan automobile insurance placement facility". Sec (1) The board of governors has the power to direct the operation of the facility, including, at a minimum, the power to do all of the following: (a) To sue and be sued in the name of the facility. A judgment against the facility shall not create any liabilities in the individual participating members of the facility. (b) To delegate ministerial duties, to hire a manager, to hire legal counsel, and to contract for goods and services from others. (c) To assess participating members on the basis of participation ratios pursuant to section 3303 to cover anticipated costs of operation and administration of the facility, to provide for
2 equitable servicing fees, and to share losses, profits, and expenses pursuant to the plan of operation. (d) To impose limitations on cancellation or nonrenewal by participating members of facilityplaced business, in addition to the limitations imposed by chapters 21 and 32. (e) To provide for a limited number of participating members to receive equitable distribution of applicants; or to provide for a limited number of participating members to service applicants in a plan of sharing of losses in accordance with section 3320(1)(c) and the plan of operation. (f) To provide for standards of performance of service for the participating members designated under subdivision (e). (g) To adopt a plan of operation and any amendments to the plan, consistent with this chapter, necessary to assure the fair, reasonable, equitable, and nondiscriminatory manner of administering the facility, including compliance with chapter 21, and to provide for any other matters necessary or advisable to implement this chapter, including matters necessary to comply with the requirements of chapter 21. (h) To assess self-insurers and insurers consistent with chapter 31 and the assigned claims plan approved under section (I) UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 2018, TO ANNUALLY ASSESS PARTICIPATING MEMBERS AND SELF-INSURERS AN AGGREGATE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $21,000, TO COVER ANTICIPATED COSTS OF OPERATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE MICHIGAN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD AUTHORITY AND THE AUTOMOBILE THEFT PREVENTION AUTHORITY. (2) The board of governors shall institute or cause to be instituted by the facility or on its behalf an automatic data processing system for recording and compiling data relative to individuals insured through the facility. An automatic data processing system established under this subsection shall, to the greatest extent possible, be made compatible with the automatic data processing system maintained by the secretary of state, to provide for the identification and review of individuals insured through the facility. (3) BEFORE JANUARY 2, 2014, THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS SHALL AMEND THE PLAN OF OPERATION TO ESTABLISH APPROPRIATE PROCEDURES NECESSARY TO MAKE ASSESSMENTS FOR AND TO CARRY OUT THE ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE MICHIGAN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD AUTHORITY AND THE AUTOMOBILE THEFT PREVENTION AUTHORITY AS PROVIDED IN CHAPTER 63. Sec As used in this chapter:
3 (a) "Authorized agency" means the department of state police; a city, village, or township police department; a county sheriff's department; a United States criminal investigative department or agency; the prosecuting authority of a city, village, township, county, or state or of the United States; the office of financial and insurance regulation; DEPARTMENT; THE MICHIGAN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD AUTHORITY; or the department of state. (b) "Financial loss" includes, but is not limited to, loss of earnings, out-of-pocket and other expenses, repair and replacement costs, investigative costs, and claims payments. (c) "Insurance policy" or "policy" means an insurance policy, benefit contract of a self-funded plan, health maintenance organization contract, nonprofit dental care corporation certificate, or health care corporation certificate. (d) "Insurer" means a property-casualty insurer, life insurer, third party administrator, selffunded plan, health insurer, health maintenance organization, nonprofit dental care corporation, health care corporation, reinsurer, or any other entity regulated by the insurance laws of this state and providing any form of insurance. (E) "MICHIGAN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD AUTHORITY" MEANS THE MICHIGAN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD AUTHORITY CREATED UNDER SECTION (F) (e) "Organization" means an organization or internal department of an insurer established to detect and prevent insurance fraud. (G) (f) "Person" includes an individual, insurer, company, association, organization, Lloyds, society, reciprocal or inter-insurance exchange, partnership, syndicate, business trust, corporation, and any other legal entity. (H) (g) "Practitioner" means a licensee of this state authorized to practice medicine and surgery, psychology, chiropractic, or law, any other licensee of the state, or an unlicensed health care provider whose services are compensated, directly or indirectly, by insurance proceeds, or a licensee similarly licensed in other states and nations, or the practitioner of any nonmedical treatment rendered in accordance with a recognized religious method of healing. (I) (h) "Runner", "capper", or "steerer" means a person who receives a pecuniary or other benefit from a practitioner, whether directly or indirectly, for procuring or attempting to procure a client, patient, or customer at the direction or request of, or in cooperation with, a practitioner whose intent is to obtain benefits under a contract of insurance or to assert a claim against an insured or an insurer for providing services to the client, patient, or customer. Runner, capper, or steerer does not include a practitioner who procures clients, patients, or customers through the use of public media.
4 (J) (i) "Statement" includes, but is not limited to, any notice statement, proof of loss, bill of lading, receipt for payment, invoice, account, estimate of property damages, bill for services, claim form, diagnosis, prescription, hospital or doctor record, X-rays, test result, or other evidence of loss, injury, or expense. Sec (1) Prior to SUBJECT TO SECTION 6307(1), BEFORE April 1 of each year, each insurer engaged in writing insurance coverages which THAT provide the security required by section 3101(1) within IN this state, as a condition of its authority to transact insurance in this state, shall pay to the authority an assessment equal to $1.00 multiplied by the insurer's total earned WRITTEN car years of insurance providing the security required by section 3101(1) written in this state during the immediately preceding calendar year. (2) Money received pursuant to UNDER subsection (1), and all other money received by the authority, shall be segregated and placed in a fund to be known as the automobile theft prevention fund. The AUTHORITY SHALL ADMINISTER THE automobile theft prevention fund. shall be administered by the authority. (3) Money in the automobile theft prevention fund shall be expended in the following order of priority: (a) To pay the costs of administration of the authority. (b) To achieve the purposes and objectives of this chapter, which may include, but not be limited to, the following: (i) Provide financial support to the department of state police and local law enforcement agencies for economic automobile theft enforcement teams. (ii) Provide financial support to state or local law enforcement agencies for programs designed to reduce the incidence of economic automobile theft. (iii) Provide financial support to local prosecutors for programs designed to reduce the incidence of economic automobile theft. (iv) Provide financial support to judicial agencies for programs designed to reduce the incidence of economic automobile theft. (v) Provide financial support for neighborhood or community organizations or business organizations for programs designed to reduce the incidence of automobile theft.
5 (vi) Conduct educational programs designed to inform automobile owners of methods of preventing automobile theft and to provide equipment, for experimental purposes, to enable automobile owners to prevent automobile theft. (4) Money in the automobile theft prevention fund shall only be used for automobile theft prevention efforts. and shall be distributed based on need and efficacy as determined by the authority.the BOARD SHALL DEVELOP PERFORMANCE METRICS THAT ARE CONSISTENT, CONTROLLABLE, MEASURABLE, AND ATTAINABLE. THE BOARD SHALL USE THE METRICS EACH YEAR TO EVALUATE NEW APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED FOR FUNDING CONSIDERATION AND TO RENEW FUNDING FOR EXISTING PROGRAMS. (5) Money in the automobile theft prevention fund shall not beconsidered state money. CHAPTER 63 MICHIGAN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD AUTHORITY SEC AS USED IN THIS CHAPTER: (A) "AUTHORITY" MEANS THE MICHIGAN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD AUTHORITY CREATED IN SECTION (B) "AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD" MEANS A FRAUDULENT INSURANCE ACT AS DESCRIBED IN SECTION 4503 THAT IS COMMITTED IN CONNECTION WITH AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE, INCLUDING AN APPLICATION FOR AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. (C) "BOARD" MEANS THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE AUTHORITY. (D) "CAR YEARS" MEANS NET DIRECT PRIVATE PASSENGER AND COMMERCIAL NONFLEET VEHICLE YEARS OF INSURANCE PROVIDING THE SECURITY REQUIRED BY SECTION 3101(1) WRITTEN IN THIS STATE FOR THE SECOND PREVIOUS CALENDAR YEAR AS REPORTED TO THE STATISTICAL AGENT OF EACH INSURER.
6 (E) "FACILITY" MEANS THE MICHIGAN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PLACEMENT FACILITY CREATED UNDER CHAPTER 33. SEC (1) THE MICHIGAN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD AUTHORITY IS CREATED WITHIN THE FACILITY. THE FACILITY SHALL PROVIDE STAFF FOR THE AUTHORITY AND SHALL CARRY OUT THE ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS AS DIRECTED BY THE BOARD. (2) THE AUTHORITY IS NOT A STATE AGENCY, AND THE MONEY OF THE AUTHORITY IS NOT STATE MONEY. THE AUTHORITY IS NOT A PUBLIC BODY UNDER, AND A RECORD OF THE AUTHORITY IS NOT SUBJECT TO DISCLOSURE UNDER, THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT, 1976 PA 442, MCL TO (3) WITH THE DISCRETION TO APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE PROGRAMS TO BE SUPPORTED, THE AUTHORITY SHALL DO BOTH OF THE FOLLOWING: (A) PROVIDE FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO STATE OR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES FOR PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO REDUCE THE INCIDENCE OF AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD. (B) PROVIDE FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO STATE OR LOCAL PROSECUTORIAL AGENCIES FOR PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO REDUCE THE INCIDENCE OF AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD. (4) THE AUTHORITY MAY PROVIDE FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO LAW ENFORCEMENT, PROSECUTORIAL, INSURANCE, EDUCATION, OR TRAINING ASSOCIATIONS FOR PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO REDUCE THE INCIDENCE OF AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD. (5) THE PURPOSES, POWERS, AND DUTIES OF THE AUTHORITY ARE VESTED IN AND SHALL BE EXERCISED BY A BOARD OF DIRECTORS. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS SHALL CONSIST OF 15 MEMBERS AS FOLLOWS: (A) EIGHT MEMBERS WHO REPRESENT AUTOMOBILE INSURERS IN THIS STATE, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING: (i) AT LEAST 2 MEMBERS WHO REPRESENT INSURER GROUPS WITH 350,000 OR MORE CAR YEARS. (ii) AT LEAST 2 MEMBERS WHO REPRESENT INSURER GROUPS WITH FEWER THAN 350,000 BUT 100,000 OR MORE CAR YEARS.
7 (iii) AT LEAST 1 MEMBER WHO REPRESENTS INSURER GROUPS WITH FEWER THAN 100,000 CAR YEARS. (B) THE DIRECTOR OR HIS OR HER DESIGNEE. (C) THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OR HIS OR HER DESIGNEE. (D) THE DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE OR HIS OR HER DESIGNEE. (E) TWO MEMBERS WHO REPRESENT OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES IN THIS STATE. (F) ONE MEMBER WHO REPRESENTS PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS IN THIS STATE. (G) ONE MEMBER WHO REPRESENTS THE GENERAL PUBLIC. (6) THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD REPRESENTING INSURERS SHALL BE ELECTED BY AUTOMOBILE INSURERS DOING BUSINESS IN THIS STATE FROM A LIST OF NOMINEES PROPOSED BY THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FACILITY. IN PREPARING THE LIST OF NOMINEES FOR THE MEMBERS, THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FACILITY SHALL SOLICIT NOMINATIONS FROM AUTOMOBILE INSURERS DOING BUSINESS IN THIS STATE. (7) THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD REPRESENTING LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES OTHER THAN THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE SHALL BE APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR. IN APPOINTING THE MEMBERS, THE GOVERNOR SHALL SOLICIT INPUT FROM VARIOUS LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSOCIATIONS IN THIS STATE. (8) THE MEMBER OF THE BOARD REPRESENTING PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS SHALL BE APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR. IN APPOINTING THE MEMBER, THE GOVERNOR SHALL SOLICIT INPUT FROM THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS ASSOCIATION OF MICHIGAN. (9) THE MEMBER OF THE BOARD REPRESENTING THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHALL BE APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR. THE GOVERNOR SHALL APPOINT AN INDIVIDUAL WHO IS A RESIDENT OF THIS STATE AND IS NOT EMPLOYED BY OR UNDER CONTRACT WITH A STATE OR LOCAL UNIT OF GOVERNMENT OR AN INSURER.
8 (10) EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED IN THIS SUBSECTION, A MEMBER OF THE BOARD SHALL SERVE FOR A TERM OF 4 YEARS OR UNTIL HIS OR HER SUCCESSOR IS ELECTED, DESIGNATED, OR APPOINTED, WHICHEVER OCCURS LATER. OF THE MEMBERS FIRST ELECTED OR APPOINTED UNDER THIS SECTION, 2 MEMBERS REPRESENTING INSURERS AND 1 MEMBER REPRESENTING LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES SHALL SERVE FOR A TERM OF 2 YEARS, 3 MEMBERS REPRESENTING INSURERS, THE MEMBER REPRESENTING PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS, AND THE MEMBER REPRESENTING THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHALL SERVE FOR A TERM OF 3 YEARS, AND 3 MEMBERS REPRESENTING INSURERS AND 1 MEMBER REPRESENTING LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES SHALL SERVE FOR A TERM OF 4 YEARS. (11) THE BOARD IS DISSOLVED ON JANUARY 1, SEC (1) A MEMBER OF THE BOARD SHALL SERVE WITHOUT COMPENSATION, EXCEPT THAT THE BOARD SHALL REIMBURSE A MEMBER IN A REASONABLE AMOUNT FOR NECESSARY TRAVEL AND EXPENSES. (2) A MAJORITY OF THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD CONSTITUTE A QUORUM FOR THE TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS AT A MEETING OR THE EXERCISE OF A POWER OR FUNCTION OF THE AUTHORITY, NOTWITHSTANDING THE EXISTENCE OF 1 OR MORE VACANCIES. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER PROVISION OF LAW, ACTION MAY BE TAKEN BY THE AUTHORITY AT A MEETING ON A VOTE OF THE MAJORITY OF ITS MEMBERS PRESENT IN PERSON OR THROUGH THE USE OF AMPLIFIED TELEPHONIC EQUIPMENT, IF AUTHORIZED BY THE BYLAWS OR PLAN OF OPERATION OF THE BOARD. THE AUTHORITY SHALL MEET AT THE CALL OF THE CHAIR OR AS MAY BE PROVIDED IN THE BYLAWS OF THE AUTHORITY. MEETINGS OF THE AUTHORITY MAY BE HELD ANYWHERE IN THIS STATE. (3) THE BOARD SHALL ADOPT A PLAN OF OPERATION BY A MAJORITY VOTE OF THE BOARD. VACANCIES ON THE BOARD SHALL BE FILLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PLAN OF OPERATION. (4) THE BOARD SHALL CONDUCT ITS BUSINESS AT MEETINGS THAT ARE HELD IN THIS STATE, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, AND HELD IN A PLACE THAT IS AVAILABLE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. HOWEVER, THE BOARD MAY ESTABLISH REASONABLE RULES TO MINIMIZE DISRUPTION OF A MEETING OF THE BOARD. AT LEAST 10 DAYS BUT NOT MORE THAN 60 DAYS BEFORE A MEETING, THE BOARD SHALL PROVIDE PUBLIC NOTICE OF THE MEETING AT THE BOARD'S PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ON A PUBLICLY ACCESSIBLE INTERNET WEBSITE. THE BOARD SHALL INCLUDE IN THE PUBLIC NOTICE OF ITS MEETING THE ADDRESS WHERE MINUTES OF THE BOARD MAY BE INSPECTED BY THE PUBLIC. THE BOARD MAY MEET IN A CLOSED SESSION FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING PURPOSES:
9 (A) TO CONSIDER THE HIRING, DISMISSAL, SUSPENSION, DISCIPLINING, OR EVALUATION OF OFFICERS OR EMPLOYEES OF THE AUTHORITY. (B) TO CONSULT WITH ITS ATTORNEY. (C) TO COMPLY WITH STATE OR FEDERAL LAW, RULES, OR REGULATIONS REGARDING PRIVACY OR CONFIDENTIALITY. (5) THE BOARD SHALL DISPLAY INFORMATION CONCERNING THE AUTHORITY'S OPERATIONS AND ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT REQUIRED UNDER SECTION 6310, ON A PUBLICLY ACCESSIBLE INTERNET WEBSITE. (6) THE BOARD SHALL KEEP MINUTES OF EACH BOARD MEETING. THE BOARD SHALL MAKE THE MINUTES OPEN TO PUBLIC INSPECTION AND AVAILABLE AT THE ADDRESS DESIGNATED ON THE PUBLIC NOTICE OF ITS MEETINGS. THE BOARD SHALL MAKE COPIES OF THE MINUTES AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC AT THE REASONABLE ESTIMATED COST FOR PRINTING AND COPYING. THE BOARD SHALL INCLUDE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING IN THE MINUTES: (A) THE DATE, TIME, AND PLACE OF THE MEETING. (B) THE NAMES OF BOARD MEMBERS WHO ARE PRESENT AND BOARD MEMBERS WHO ARE ABSENT. (C) BOARD DECISIONS MADE DURING ANY PORTION OF THE MEETING THAT WAS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. (D) ALL ROLL CALL VOTES TAKEN AT THE MEETING. SEC (1) BEFORE JANUARY 1, 2019, THE AUTHORITY SHALL TRANSFER ALL ASSETS OF THE AUTHORITY TO THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE AUTOMOBILE THEFT PREVENTION AUTHORITY. (2) ON JANUARY 1, 2019, THE AUTHORITY IS DISSOLVED. SEC THE BOARD HAS THE POWERS NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT ITS DUTIES UNDER THIS ACT, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE POWER TO DO THE FOLLOWING: (A) SUE AND BE SUED IN THE NAME OF THE AUTHORITY.
10 (B) SOLICIT AND ACCEPT GIFTS, GRANTS, LOANS, AND OTHER AID FROM ANY PERSON, THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, THIS STATE, A LOCAL UNIT OF GOVERNMENT, OR AN AGENCY OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, THIS STATE, OR A LOCAL UNIT OF GOVERNMENT. (C) MAKE GRANTS AND INVESTMENTS. (D) PROCURE INSURANCE AGAINST ANY LOSS IN CONNECTION WITH ITS PROPERTY, ASSETS, OR ACTIVITIES. (E) INVEST AT ITS DISCRETION ANY MONEY HELD IN RESERVE OR SINKING FUNDS OR ANY MONEY NOT REQUIRED FOR IMMEDIATE USE OR DISBURSEMENT AND TO SELECT AND USE DEPOSITORIES FOR ITS MONEY. (F) CONTRACT FOR GOODS AND SERVICES AND ENGAGE PERSONNEL AS NECESSARY. (G) INDEMNIFY AND PROCURE INSURANCE INDEMNIFYING ANY MEMBER OF THE BOARD FOR PERSONAL LOSS OR ACCOUNTABILITY RESULTING FROM THE MEMBER'S ACTION OR INACTION AS A MEMBER OF THE BOARD. (H) PERFORM OTHER ACTS NOT SPECIFICALLY ENUMERATED IN THIS SECTION THAT ARE NECESSARY OR PROPER TO ACCOMPLISH THE PURPOSES OF THE AUTHORITY AND THAT ARE NOT INCONSISTENT WITH THIS SECTION OR THE PLAN OF OPERATION. SEC (1) SECTION 6107(1) DOES NOT APPLY FROM JANUARY 1, 2014 TO DECEMBER 31, (2) BEFORE APRIL 1 OF EACH YEAR FROM 2014 TO 2018, AN INSURER OR SELF- INSURER ENGAGED IN WRITING INSURANCE COVERAGES THAT PROVIDE THE SECURITY REQUIRED BY SECTION 3101(1) IN THIS STATE, AS A CONDITION OF ITS AUTHORITY TO TRANSACT INSURANCE IN THIS STATE, SHALL PAY TO THE FACILITY, FOR DEPOSIT INTO THE ACCOUNT OF THE AUTHORITY, AN ASSESSMENT DETERMINED BY THE FACILITY AS PROVIDED IN THE PLAN OF OPERATION. THE ASSESSMENT SHALL BE BASED ON THE RATIO OF THE CAR YEARS WRITTEN BY THE INSURER OR SELF-INSURER TO THE TOTAL CAR YEARS WRITTEN IN THIS STATE BY ALL INSURERS AND SELF-INSURERS. (3) THE FACILITY SHALL SEGREGATE ALL MONEY RECEIVED UNDER SUBSECTION (2), AND ALL OTHER MONEY RECEIVED BY THE AUTHORITY, FROM OTHER MONEY OF THE FACILITY, IF APPLICABLE. THE FACILITY SHALL ONLY
11 EXPEND THE MONEY RECEIVED UNDER SUBSECTION (2) AS DIRECTED BY THE BOARD. (4) FROM THE MONEY RECEIVED EACH YEAR UNDER SUBSECTION (2), THE BOARD SHALL PAY AT LEAST $6,250, TO THE AUTOMOBILE THEFT PREVENTION FUND CREATED IN SECTION SEC (1) AN INSURER AUTHORIZED TO TRANSACT AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE IN THIS STATE, AS A CONDITION OF ITS AUTHORITY TO TRANSACT INSURANCE IN THIS STATE, SHALL REPORT AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD DATA TO THE AUTHORITY USING THE FORMAT AND PROCEDURES ADOPTED BY THE BOARD. (2) THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE SHALL COOPERATE WITH THE AUTHORITY AND SHALL PROVIDE AVAILABLE MOTOR VEHICLE FRAUD AND THEFT STATISTICS TO THE AUTHORITY ON REQUEST. (3) THE BOARD SHALL DEVELOP PERFORMANCE METRICS THAT ARE CONSISTENT, CONTROLLABLE, MEASURABLE, AND ATTAINABLE. THE BOARD SHALL USE THE METRICS EACH YEAR TO EVALUATE NEW APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED FOR FUNDING CONSIDERATION AND TO RENEW FUNDING FOR EXISTING PROGRAMS. SEC (1) BEGINNING JANUARY 1 OF THE YEAR AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE AMENDATORY ACT THAT ADDED THIS SECTION, THE AUTHORITY SHALL PREPARE AND PUBLISH AN ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT, AND BEGINNING JULY 1 OF THE YEAR AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE AMENDATORY ACT THAT ADDED THIS SECTION, THE AUTHORITY SHALL PREPARE AND PUBLISH AN ANNUAL REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON THE AUTHORITY'S EFFORTS TO PREVENT AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD AND COST SAVINGS THAT HAVE RESULTED FROM THOSE EFFORTS. (2) THE ANNUAL REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE REQUIRED UNDER SUBSECTION (1) SHALL DETAIL THE AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD OCCURRING IN THIS STATE FOR THE PREVIOUS YEAR, ASSESS THE IMPACT OF THE FRAUD ON RATES CHARGED FOR AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE, SUMMARIZE PREVENTION PROGRAMS, AND OUTLINE ALLOCATIONS MADE BY THE AUTHORITY. THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, INSURERS, AND THE DIRECTOR SHALL COOPERATE IN DEVELOPING THE REPORT AS REQUESTED BY THE AUTHORITY AND SHALL MAKE AVAILABLE TO THE AUTHORITY RECORDS AND STATISTICS CONCERNING AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD, INCLUDING THE NUMBER OF INSTANCES OF SUSPECTED AND CONFIRMED INSURANCE FRAUD, NUMBER OF PROSECUTIONS AND CONVICTIONS INVOLVING AUTOMOBILE
12 INSURANCE FRAUD, AND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD RECIDIVISM. THE AUTHORITY SHALL EVALUATE THE IMPACT AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD HAS ON THE CITIZENS OF THIS STATE AND THE COSTS INCURRED BY THE CITIZENS THROUGH INSURANCE, POLICE ENFORCEMENT, PROSECUTION, AND INCARCERATION BECAUSE OF AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD. THE REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE REQUIRED BY THIS SECTION SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES STANDING COMMITTEES WITH PRIMARY JURISDICTION OVER INSURANCE ISSUES AND THE DIRECTOR.
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