A full investigation regarding any alleged violation of the Act, and
chapters 30-37 of this title, shall commence upon a finding of
reasonable cause by the Director.
Within ten (10) days after initiation of a full investigation,
the Director shall notify, in writing, the person (respondent), who
is the subject of the full investigation.
Notification to the respondent shall consist of the following:
A copy of the complaint;
Explanation of the existence of the investigation and the general nature
of the alleged violation; and
) Offer to the subject an opportunity to respond to the allegation(s).
The full investigation shall be conducted by evidence gathered and explored
by the following:
Other means deemed appropriate.
The Director may require any person to submit in writing certain reports
and answers to questions, as prescribed by the Director, relating to
the administration and enforcement of the Act, and chapters 30-37 of
Any person required by the Director to submit in writing certain reports
or to answer questions, pursuant to §3704.5, shall submit the reports
or answers, within seven (7) calendar days after receipt of the
All submissions of reports or answers, pursuant to §3704.6, shall
be made under oath, Provided that the person is not represented by counsel.
Within ninety (90) days of receipt of any complaint, the Director shall
perform one (1) of the following acts:
Cause evidence to be presented to the Board, if sufficient evidence
exists constituting an apparent violation, pursuant to §3706; or
Dismiss the complaint, if insufficient evidence exists to present the
matter, pursuant to §3705.
The Director may seek, upon a showing of good cause, an extension of
time as reasonably necessary to complete an investigation.