The Commissioner General holds the highest rank in the Police Force.
The Commissioner General is a middle-aged man with dark gray hair and stern eyes, who appears to always be frowning.
He wears a simple black business suit with a black tie.
The Commissioner General is a serious, rude and cynical man who is aware of the potential consequences of losing All Might, a symbol of peace and hope for the population, believing that the government was careless in relying solely on him. He also worries about the safety and capabilities of hero students, who represent the next generation of Heroes.
At a meeting, the Commissioner General listens to a review of the situation, the morning after the Hideout Raid. In response to an explanation about the warehouse containing the Nomu, he thinks that the warehouse was a decoy, and too accessible and ill-suited for biological experiments. He then asks if there was any more information given about whether the bar hideout has given any more leads or information on the location of the League of Villains, there is none.
Thinking for a moment, one of the commission members calls this fight a draw, if they are generous. The General disagrees, as they had lost the Symbol of Peace and the world knows of his weakened state. He believes that this was the price they paid for relying on one person. Being able to get as far as ending the Symbol and making the whole world know of it with enough people worries him.
Tomura Shigaraki was initially profiled as a man-child, yet every plan he has made since the first becomes more intricate, he is completely focused on the effect he can have on society as a whole. He reflects and learns, and stopping him is even harder without All Might, and the League will grow stronger with the attention they have received. Another member wonders if they are being too pessimistic, the General is not sure, but he can say for certain that the League of Villains must be captured. And as for the police, they have to prove that they can do more than take in the villains that the Heroes defeat, he concludes that they need to make some changes.
The Commissioner General confronts Nezu, first telling him to show restraint with the festival. There are more villains and less hope in heroes, and they cannot let it go if another attack happens at their school. He requests that they do not hold the festival and focus only on raising the students, Nezu still disagrees but General commands not to make U.A. an easy target for Villains by holding it.
Nezu tells him that in tense times like then, the students need an event like this, and he promises to take precautions in case of villains. He begs, telling them not to make the future any darker than it has to be.
Though it is not shown, the compromise is accepted.
|Leaders||Commissioner General • Kenji Tsuragamae|
|Detectives||Naomasa Tsukauchi • Tanema|
|Officers||Sansa Tamakawa • Monika Kaniyashiki|