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Members of the LAVTF are again seen protecting governor Burrell. When Eric Northman is discovered to have infiltrated the mansion, members of the LAVTF escort him out to a waiting van. The vampire flies away however before they can do anything. ("The Sun")
Sarah calls in the LAVTF to arrest Jessica Hamby. She is taken to Burrell's Camp along with many other vampires. Jason vows to get her out of there and proceeds to the nearest LAVTF recruitment office. ("F**k the Pain Away")
The LAVTF's main objective is to capture any vampire who is out on the streets after sundown and transport them to camp. They employ a vast range of anti-vampire weapons including UV-bullets and anti-glamouring contact lenses.
They also function as prison guards at Burrell's research facility. They transport vampire to and from research rooms and keep peace in the general prisoner populations.
Those wishing to join the LAVTF can do so by reporting to their nearest recruitment office. They will be asked certain questions, which mainly focus on their experience with vampires. Depending on their answers, potential recruits will be conducted for training. They may even be "fast tracked" if a recruit shows high potential. Although they were ostensibly only there to enforce the law and protect humans, many of them were actually prejudiced and wanted to keep vampires down through repression.
Vampires arrested by the LAVTFEdit
- Eric Northman
- Jessica Hamby
- Pam Swynford De Beaufort
- Nora Gainesborough
- Steve Newlin
- Tara Thornton
- Violet Mazurski
- Willa Burrell
- Other unnamed vampires
After the destruction of the vampire camp, it is safe to assume that the LAVTF is reduced in size and activity or perhaps entirely disbanded, due to its role in the atrocities committed against vampires. It is unknown if any human who was complicit with their crimes has survived (other than Sarah Newlin). Researching and developing Hep V led to the pandemic spread of infected vampires and has possibly increased vampire assaults on humans, thus their work made human lives less safe.
|Season six appearances|
|"Who Are You, Really?"||"The Sun"||"You're No Good"||"At Last"|
|"F**k the Pain Away"||"Don't You Feel Me"||"In the Evening"||"Dead Meat"|