The Department of Law & Public Safety is organized into 17 different entities — nine Divisions, five Offices, and three Commissions — that cover a broad range of responsibilities. Each of these 17 programs operate under the supervision of the Attorney General with the assistance of his Executive Leadership Team.
Superintendent, Colonel Patrick Callahan
Division of Law
Director, Michael T.G. Long
Division of Criminal Justice
Director, Pearl Minato
Division of Consumer Affairs
Acting Director, Cari Fais
Director, Rachel Wainer Apter
Director, James Graziano
Director, David Rebuck
Director, Eric Heitmann
Chief Administrative Officer, William Cranford
The Division of Administration (Administration) oversees the day-to-day operations of the Department of Law & Public Safety, coordinating the Department’s human resources, information technology, budget, fiscal, and grant-making functions. Administration also handles matters involving compliance, employee ethics, and discipline.
Office of Justice Data
Chief Data Officer, Kristin Golden, PhD
The Office of Justice Data coordinates data collection and analysis across the Department of Law and Public Safety, ensuring the Department meets various statutory obligations. With a particular focus on criminal justice data, OJD promotes transparency and accountability through timely and accessible public data releases. Working with other criminal justice and law enforcement stakeholders, OJD helps to ensure that the office’s policymaking is rooted in data and rigorous statistical analysis.
Office of Public Integrity & Accountability
Executive Director, Thomas Eicher
Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor
Insurance Fraud Prosecutor, Tracy M. Thompson
Director, Christina M. Glogoff
Victims of Crime Compensation Office
Director, Mary Ellen Bonsper
Juvenile Justice Commission
Acting Executive Director, Jennifer LeBaron, PhD
Executive Director, Judith A. Nason
Commissioner, Larry Hazzard, Sr.
Director, Margaret A. Cotoia