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Brideswell Correctional Facilty

 

Brideswell is actually the local town neighboring the prison facility and is about 5,000 people in population.  The town basically supports the prison and it's employees.  The prison was completed less than 10 years ago and features a state of the art restraint and management system.  At about 150 acres of land,  the facility has 15 buildings, 8 of which are cellhouses.  It can house over 1800 prisoners of which ~900 would be non-paranormal level detention but requiring increased security*, ~600 would be of a paranormal level threat but can be handled with conventional restraints**, and ~300 inmates which would require exotic restraints***.  Security systems include electrified fences, automated turrets, stinger missiles, etc.

 

The prison warden is the third warden of the facility.  The high demands and various threats both within the prison and without have taken their toll on the previous two wardens.  The first warden left due to medical reasons due to the stress of maintaining the prison.  The second warden was indicted and convicted of criminal acts and is now incarcerated in a federal penitentiary in the next county. The third warden seems more confident in his ability to maintain the prison but has only been on the job for a few months.

 

* a non paranormal detention would be criminals with extensive skill or connections (mob bosses, hit men, spies/saboteurs, etc.)

** a paranormal threat handled with regular security would be the equivalent of most Batman or Spiderman villain.

*** a paranormal threat requiring exotic restraints would be used to confine a Justice League or Avengers level threat.

 

 

 

 

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Federal Law Enforcement of Metahumans Building

 

The Federal Law Enforcement of Metahumans Building is new but the organization has been around a while.  Cheaply funded by Congress as a campaign promise for a political figure, the FLEM organization tracks and attempts to control supers.  Unfortunately, FLEM does not have any serious funding and has fallen away from public view as other flashier groups have taken over.  Director Florence Naysel has vowed to clean up the group and has been doing more with less.  One of her actions was to move the group from inside the city to a industrial building near the Brideswell facility.  Other cost cutting efforts include using fuel efficient cars and self generating power at the building.  

 

The savings has allowed her to replace antiquated equipment and modernize the group whose efforts have change from a strictly enforcement group to a research and advisory group.

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