Investigations are carried out by the authorised personnel of the Office of the Commissioner. Fact finding predominantly takes places through collection and inspection of documents, interviews and on-site visits. The authorised personnel can enter any premise, view any document and interrogate any person that may hold information relevant to the investigation. Information subject to national security restrictions can only be obtained by personnel with appropriate security clearance. Should any authority or person fail to cooperate in fact finding the Commissioner may seek a fast-track court injunction with a view to ordering the access to requested documents, premises or to deliver the requested declaration. The findings of the investigation as well as the suggested measures are contained in the Commissioner’s statement. The Commissioner’s statements are public documents and are published on the website of the Office of the Commissioner. The Rules of Investigation regulate in detail the conduct of every procedural step.