The Ereben Molir Detective Agency is the official investigation and detective agency of Bormar.
The EMDA operate semi-independently from other more notable federal organs like the First House, Bormar Societies, and Office for Outpost Affairs, all of whom are directly connected to the Unicameral government.
The EMDA is based in Ereben, the nation's capital but has multiple outlets throughout the country.
The EMDA was lead by a board of seven directors. The 'Board' would govern operations, allocate funds, set goals and process investigation requests. The board never had an elected chairperson, but instead opted to have a rotating mediator role, which could still vote and undertake all actions a board-member could, but would oversee debate and manage that specific meeting. The first board consisted of the leaders of the 4 largest regional agencies, and 3 retired Molir Officers.
The EMDA moved away from the board model of leadership after 15 years, citing an "abundance of red-tape and increasingly different opinions on the goals of the corporation." The board officially voted to disband themselves in 715 with six votes in favour and one vote against.
The system of governance then moved to a single-leader system, with the position of 'Director-General' opening up. The Director-General would be aided by senior detectives, accountants, Molir Officers and other scholarly positions to aid in the day-to-day operations of the corporation. The first Director-General was Monya Lartuga, a resident of Alryne. In 722, the First House passed a bill to formally grant the official Molir rank of 'General' to every Director-General of the EMDA, this allowed the EMDA to provision extra man-power from the Ereben Molir where required.
The EMDA Corporation was vital in the indictment and imprisonment of Lord Voman Stoutheart after The Fate Of Zietal Mar. A dozen EMDA agents travelled to Zietal Mar to collect evidence and were successfully able to release the refugees of Zietal Mar, capture Lord Voman and deliver a guilty verdict.
The EMDA began exensive investigations into the failed revolution of Gemfeld, the event which led to its ruin. By 805, the EMDA has concluded their final report that the great fire began in a warehouse parallel to Amig Andosk's private warehouse. The corporation admitted failure in learning of the owner of the warehouse or its contents and closed the investigation.
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