(1) The office shall have access to all information and personnel necessary to perform
the duties of the office.
(2) A full investigation conducted by the office shall consist of retrieval of relevant
records through subpoena, request, or voluntary production, review of all relevant
records, and interviews of all relevant persons.
(3) For a request for confidential record information pursuant to subsection (5) of
section 43-2,108 involving death or serious injury, the office may submit a written
request to the probation administrator. The record information shall be provided to the office within five days.
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