The Australian Federal Extra-Normal Civil Operatives (AFECO) was created in 1981 to coordinate Australian post-humans in defending against foreign & domestic extra-normal aggressors.
AFECO is responsible to the Minister for Post-human Affairs, a ministerial position outside the federal cabinet and subordinate to the Attorney-General under the Australian Federal Post-human Act 1981.
Our responsibilites include:
- Coordinating post-human registrations nationwide in accordance with the Super Samaritans Law.
- Investigating complex, trans-national and organised crime involving posthumans.
- Protecting Australians and Australian interests from terrorism and violent extremism post-human and otherwise.
- Representing Australian extra-normal operatives and law enforcement on an international level.
- Developing unique capabilities and exploiting advanced technology to support Australia’s national interests.
- To uphold Australia’s responsibilities and obligations to the Treaty of Yaren.(Treaty of Yarren is the common name for the South Pacific Artificial-PostHuman-Free Zone) and PNT (Post-human Non-aggression Treaty) Extra-normal operatives are based in each Australian state and territory capital city, internationally and form the largest component of AFECO staff, federal agents chiefly perform criminal investigative duties.
Current areas of focus for the AFECO:
- Illicit augmented-drug trafficking
- Serious major fraud against the government using post-human abilities High-tech crime involving information technology and communications Prevention, countering and investigation of terrorism
- Transnational and multi-jurisdictional post-human crime
- Illegal experimentation and augmentation of post-human abilities on citizens
- Organised post-human crime
Extended operations include extra-normal aid during natural disasters and scientific research at A.F.E.C.O. Laboratories.