35.1. The director or any person acting under section 32 or 33 may inquire into any matter within the competence of the director.
In no case may the persons mentioned in the first paragraph enter premises other than an establishment without the authorization of a justice of the peace. For that purpose and on a motion, a justice of the peace may issue to the director, to any person acting under sections 32 and 33 or to a peace officer a warrant to search for or bring before the director any child whose situation has been brought to his attention or whose security or development is or may be considered to be in danger. The warrant may be executed by any peace officer and shall be returned to the justice of the peace who issued it.
Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, the director, any person acting under section 32 or 33 or a peace officer may, in case of urgency, enter any premises without a warrant if he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that the security of a child is in danger.