(1) Require from the attorney general, the state police department, local law enforcement
personnel, a county department of public welfare, or a prosecuting attorney copies
of investigations and data to assist the division in determining the validity of a
claimant's application for assistance under this chapter.
(2) Require medical examination of victims.
(3) Hold hearings, administer oaths, examine any person under oath, issue subpoenas
requiring the attendance and giving of testimony of witnesses, and require the production
of books, papers, and documentary or other evidence. The subpoena powers provided in this subdivision may be exercised only by the director
of the division or the director's designated representative.
(4) Take or cause to be taken affidavits or depositions.
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