2. A director of a police force involved must
(1) take the necessary measures to secure the scene of the occurrence and to ensure preservation of the evidence and the premises’ integrity until the arrival of the investigators of the Bureau;
(2) take reasonable measures to prevent the police officers involved or witness police officers from communicating with one another in connection with the occurrence until they have submitted their accounts to the investigators of the Bureau and met with them;
(3) send to the director of the Bureau the name of the person deceased or injured and the nature of the person’s injuries, the names of the persons present at the occurrence, the parameters and limits of the scene of the occurrence, the evidence collected so as to preserve it, as well as any other information collected in connection with the occurrence;
(4) give the investigators of the Bureau any document in connection with the occurrence;
(5) make sure that the communications made to the public about the occurrence do not impede the Bureau’s investigation; and
(6) take the necessary measures so that the director of the Bureau may ensure the communications related to the independent investigation with the person seriously injured or injured by a firearm used by a police officer during a police intervention or while the person is in police custody and with the family members of that person or of a person who died during such an occurrence.