MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. – The former state principal hosted more than 1,230 correction officers this week for four days exercises and skills exercises.
Prison Prison Offenses were attended by people from 33 states and 22 countries to compete in team and individual skills tests.
“West Virginia's men and women have provided a great learning experience for domestic and international attendees,” said Jeff Sandy, secretary of Military Affairs and Public Safety. “This large-scale event is a challenge working with the US Department of State, foreign embassies and interpreters and our state employees raised the occasion.
The Michigan Adjustments Department won the Tactical Team Competition this year.