In J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World, the Ministry of Magic is the organization of the enchanted world in Britain and is controlled by a Minister for Magic that thoroughly works like the FBI. "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" (yes Philosopher's - they changed it to "Sorcerer's" for American kids who wouldn't want to read a book with Philosopher in the title. Yes, really.) is the very first book to acknowledge the magical administration in Britain, whereas "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" is the very first book to actively include the Ministry. Most often, it is portrayed as blatantly corrupt during Harry's youth. It's close to the edge executives are ignorant to alarming occurrences. They are unwilling to take measures towards wizard society's enemies - Voldemort and the Deatheaters. The Auror, also known as Dark Wizard catchers, is the ministry's elite crime-fighting force.
Dolores Umbridge was shipped off Hogwarts to watch the school's exercises and restrict the gossip of Voldemort's return from getting out. OpSec is nothing new on the Federal level. After reaching its peak of depravity, Lord Voldemort firmly takes control. While Voldemort clung desperately to life, his followers infiltrated the highest levels of government. The Ministry of Magic is taken over by Kingsley Shacklebolt after the last book, after Voldemort's demise. Hermione Granger is the Minister for Magic in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
To find and capture dark wizards, the Ministry uses Aurors. As an individual from the Department of Magical Law Enforcement, an Auror is entrusted with catching evil wizards. Because they are workers of the Ministry of Magic, it is their responsibility to track out and apprehend witches and wizards who practice Dark Arts. It is reported by Minerva McGonagall that the Auror Office accepts newly recruited members who have a minimum of five New Eyes for the Young Talents or N.E.W.T.s, the Wizarding World's S.A.T.s.
It is recommended that those who wish to be considered for entrance to the training program study Tonics, Defense Even against Dark Arts, Metamorphosis, Enchantment and Herbology N.E.W.Ts. A set of character and competence tests" are also required of a potential investor. Deception and Camouflage and Secrecy and Surveillance are among the project's areas of study, according to Nymphadora Tonks, who says the training is difficult to pass with high good grades.
The Auror training program begins with a battery of cognitive exams. They must demonstrate their magic fighting and prosecutorial skills.
In their three-year training program, Aurors would be assessed on their ability to perform successfully despite strain. This includes the ability to generate a Patronus or to use an Animagi talent. Most don't. Nevertheless, the Ministry receives a large number of individuals. As McGonagall points out in the Goblet of Fire, almost three years had passed since anybody had been accepted to the program at the time of Harry's interest in becoming one.
The First and Second Voldemort Wars
To kill, compel and torture suspected Death Eaters was legal under the Intolerable Curse words throughout the First War versus Voldemort. Several of Harry Potter's Dark offenders initially fight the Aurors dispatched to capture them prior to eventually surrendering. Kingsley Shacklebolt, an Auror who works discreetly for the Muggle Prime Minister in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, also protects Harry Potter, Hogwarts and the Muggle Prime Minister.
The fact that Crouch gave Aurors the authority to impose broad powers was yet another foolish decision. To resist their adversary, Aurors might employ whatsoever power they deemed appropriate. This featured the use of Inexcusable Scourges, a technique that was not usual. Essentially, a license to kill. It was also extended to Aurors the right to kill first and ask questions afterward, as well. As Crouch's motto went, "Kill rather than capture."
To a Minister of Magic with his back against the wall, the end justifies the means. However, a new generation of wizards has replaced the old guard in the latest books and plays inspired by J.K. Rowling's work. As mentioned earlier in the article, the three main characters become leaders in the Ministry of Magic. So, it is safe to say they will hopefully learn from the mistakes of the past. Aurors, and the real-world FBI agents they're based on, are the last line of defense in the never-ending battle against the Dark Arts.