West Virginia hosts mock prison riot training for the 23rd year | Journal-news

MOUNDSVILLE – More than 1,230 correctionsal and enforcement officers from across the U.S. West Virginia Penitentiary this week for the 2019 Mock Prison Riot.

Attended the four-day event. Highlights included extensive training exercises, team and individual skills competitions, and its expo technology featuring 45 vendors.

The W.Va. Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation organizers annual event for the historic former prison, which operated from 1876 until 1995, in conjunction with the nonprofit W.Va. Corrections Training Foundation.

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The two days of skills competition saw 34 U.S. and international teams take part. The Department of Corrections won the Tactical Skills Team Competition. Senegal's team take top honors in the Super Specials. The tactical training portion of Mock Prison Riot, meanwhile, featured 59 scenarios and 43 teams participating.

The Commissioner Betsy Jividen was a member of the Board of Management.

The May 5-8 event drew representatives from Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. Of these international delegations, Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs.

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Lynn Correctional Center – Jividen hosted and discussion group on West Virginia's Lakin Correctional Center.

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