William Moran is the Assistant Commissioner in charge of the Department of Real Estates (DRE) Enforcement Program for the State of California, a position he assumed in December 2000. In this position, Moran oversees the DREs investigations and enforces the provisions of the Real Estate Law and the Subdivided Lands Law, which are contained in the California Business and Professions Code. Moran holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in business administration from the University of La Verne and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the California State University, Dominguez Hills. Moran has been with the DRE since 1981, and began his career as a deputy commissioner investigator in the Departments Los Angeles Office where he was responsible for the investigation of consumer complaints against real estate licensees. He worked in the capacity of an investigator until 1989. Three years of this time was spent on the Departments special investigations unit known as the Crisis Response Team investigating major cases.In 1989, Moran became a manager of team of investigators responsible for general investigations, and in 1990 became the manager of the Departments Crisis Response Team which handled cases involving major fraud or losses to the public, as well as cases involving high sensitivity or coordination with outside law enforcement agencies.In 1993, Moran transferred to the Departments Sacramento Office and became a Managing Deputy Commissioner IV in charge of the Licensing, Examination, Education and Research Programs.In December 2000, Moran assumed his current position as the Assistant Commissioner of the Departments Enforcement Program.
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