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- "Our sole purpose is to return magic that has spread across the Muggle world. We need Magizoologists, Professors, and Aurors to save the wizarding world from the Calamity. If you've the reflexes of a nimbus, the vision of a seer, and the knowledge of a pensieve you’re just the sort of wizard we’re looking for!"
- — Description[src]
The Statute of Secrecy Task Force (SOS) was an international task force formed in response to the Calamity in partnership between the British Ministry of Magic and the International Confederation of Wizards to help contain outbreaks of magic from being noticed by Muggles. Members of this team were called Calamity Investigators.
- Constance Pickering (Head and founding member)
- Shania Shaw
- Theo Strongarm
- Madam Puddifoot
- Numerous prospective Aurors
- Numerous prospective Professors
- Numerous prospective Magizoologist
Behind the scenes
- Players in the augmented reality game Harry Potter: Wizards Unite take on the role of members of the Statute of Secrecy Task Force.
- Harry Potter: Wizards Unite (First appearance)
Notes and references
|International Confederation of Wizards|
|International Confederation of Wizards' Conference|
|Pierre Bonaccord · Cottismore Croyne · Sidley Smirk Platter · Albus Dumbledore · Babajide Akingbade|
|Hector Podmore (Great Britain) · Momolu Wotorson · Ya Zhou · Heinrich Eberstadt (Switzerland) · Arnold Guzman (EE.UU.) · Albus Dumbledore (Great Britain)|
|Rudolph Spielman (Germany) · Royston Idlewind (Australia) · Mentor Metaxas (Greece) · Constance Pickering (Great Britain) · Mathilda Grimblehawk (Great Britain)|
|Divisions and posts|
|Quidditch Committee · International Director · Educational Office · International Task Force · Security Advisor · Statute of Secrecy Task Force · Head of Incarceration|