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DMI
Department of Magical Criminal Investigations
(D.M.C.I.)
General information
Chief(s)

Bastian Semisecret (formerly)

Agents

Beifar Mahgo (formerly, suspended indefinitely)
Ana Mahgo (Department of Identification and Records)

Founder(s)

Unknown

Headquarters

Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, New York City

Affiliation

United States Wizardry society
United States government

Purpose

To investigate crimes committed by Wizardry, prevent them and capture criminal Wizardry

Engagements

Uphold the Salem Concord
Fight the Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers

Status

Active

Chronological information
First appearance

Interview for a Wizard

Last appearance

The Last Sorcerer

The Department of Magical Criminal Investigations (DMCI) is a governmental criminal investigative and justice ministry of the United States Wizardry under the Department of Magic. The DMCI deals with criminal investigations and law enforcement and are headed by a chief. Their main focus is crimes committed by Wizardry, often of magical nature. The Department headquarters are secretly located inside the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House in New York City. Notable Department agents include the wizard Beifar Mahgo and the witch Ana Mahgo.[1][2]

The DMCI work closely together with the federal MBI, the Magical Bureau of Investigations.[1]

History Edit

Headquarters Edit

Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House Edit

Stations Edit

Training Edit

Department agents, like Bureau agents, go through the most grinding and intolerable training that takes place at all hours of the day, in different climates and environments, including under water. It is so bad according to Agent Beifar Mahgo, that it would drive average Wizardry to wish to become Folk. DMCI agents are also trained to completely to master their own energy highly through energy excersise.[1]

Current aents Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The Department of Magical Criminal Investigations is also occasionally referred to as the Magical Department of Investigations (MDI) and the Department of Magical Investigations (DMI).

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Areces, J.A.. Interview for a Wizard. Areces Miami, Florida. 2014.
  2. Areces, J.A.. The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers. Areces Miami, Florida. 2017.
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