The attorney general shall provide the bureau with necessary furniture, fixtures,
apparatus, appurtenances, appliances, materials, and equipment as the attorney general
deems necessary for the collection, filing, and preservation of all records required
by law to be filed with the bureau or which the attorney general may authorize to
require or procure respecting the identification and investigation of criminals, the
investigation of crime and detection of the perpetrators thereof, and identification
and information concerning stolen, lost, found, pledged, or pawned property.
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