April 16, 2030
London, UK – The Ministry of Magic is pleased to announce the implementation of new legislation aimed at addressing the rising concerns of werewolf crime and ensuring the safety of the Wizarding community. These laws will go into effect on April 17, 2030, and have been carefully crafted with the utmost consideration for fairness and leniency.
Werewolf crime has been on the rise in recent times, posing a significant threat to the public. The Ministry of Magic has taken necessary steps to introduce measures that will address this issue and ensure the safety of all individuals in the Wizarding community. These laws have been designed to balance the rights of werewolves with the need to protect the general public from harm.
The new werewolf legislation includes provisions for mandatory registration of werewolves with the Ministry of Magic, regular monitoring and assessment of their condition, and strict regulations on their movements during the full moon. In addition, there will be enhanced penalties for werewolf-related offenses, including attacks on humans or other magical creatures. The Ministry of Magic is committed to upholding these laws and will take strong action against those who violate them.
The implementation of these werewolf laws is necessary to safeguard the welfare and security of the Wizarding community. It is our responsibility to ensure that all individuals, both werewolves and non-werewolves, can coexist peacefully and safely within our society. The Ministry of Magic urges all members of the Wizarding community to familiarize themselves with these laws and comply with them at all times.
The full legislation is available upon request by contacting the Wizengamot Administration Services.
Order of Merlin: Second Class Awards
In recognition of their exceptional efforts in keeping the public safe from the werewolf threat, the Ministry of Magic is pleased to announce the awarding of the Order of Merlin: Second Class to two outstanding individuals.
Bonnie Nishi and Noma Nyx have demonstrated exemplary courage and dedication in their efforts to protect the Wizarding community from werewolf-related crimes. Their tireless work in investigating and apprehending dangerous werewolf criminals has been invaluable in ensuring public safety.
Alice Hawkins is also awarded the Order of Merlin: Second Class for her exceptional efforts that have resulted in the righting of the Wizarding economy. Her visionary leadership and unwavering commitment to the financial stability of our community have been instrumental in bringing about positive changes and ensuring a prosperous future for all.
The Ministry of Magic extends its heartfelt congratulations to Bonnie Nishi, Noma Nyx, and Alice Hawkins for their outstanding contributions to the Wizarding community. Their unwavering dedication and selfless service are truly commendable, and they are deserving recipients of this prestigious honour.