Mutant Task Force Headquarters
Mutant Task Force (MTF)
Director Jacob Meyers
Business Function Law Enforcement
Created est. 2007
Hours of Operation Working Hours
Location 402 E. Union St

"The next stage of law enforcement for the next stage of evolution."

The Mutant Task Force (MTF) is a Government run organization aimed at the apprehension and holding of mutants who violate the state and federal laws. Branches of the MTF have been established throughout the United States.

Establishment History

  • April 20, 2007 - The Mutant Task Force is created by the Senate with the approval of the President.
  • May 8, 2007 - Jacob Meyers is named Director of the MTF.
  • August 18, 2007 - A facility for the Mutant Task Force is created in Seattle.


The main room of the building is set up in what might be comparable to a police office. A faint hue of fluorescent light brightens the room in a soft glow during work hours. The walls are painted a gentle off-white, cream color and the floor is decorated in a smooth, cushioned, tan. Several offices and work stations can be found within and past the receptionist desk. Each office and work station holds its own common accessories that any person might need for a work place.

Several guards can be seen within and around the main building as well within the lower levels of the place. Several windows are viewable from the inside as well as out as they give a pleasant view of east union street outside. To the side on a far wall is a guard station where several monitors are maintained and show pictures of where video cameras take in a view of from around and within the building proper.

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