Related Program: West Virginia Morning Inside Corrections Officer Training By Beth Vorhees • Jan 6, 2016 Related Program: West Virginia Morning TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit West Virginia Public Broadcasting Go inside a facility for training corrections officers on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting - telling West Virginia's story. Listen Listening... / 7:25 Click here to listen to West Virginia Morning Wednesday, January 6, 2016. Tags: West Virginia Division of CorrectionsAttorney General Patrick MorriseyWest Virginia SenateWest Virginia LegislatureTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Audit: West Virginia Corrections Salaries Worst in Nation By Associated Press • Apr 13, 2015 Wikimedia Commons / user: SGT141 A legislative audit says West Virginia has the lowest starting salaries for state correctional officers in the country. On Monday, Kristina Taylor of the Legislative Post Audit Division relayed the low correctional pay marks to state lawmakers. The presentation followed a January report about correctional officer pay. Paws4people Teaches Prisoners To Find Compassion and Tolerance By Roxy Todd • Mar 18, 2015 Daniel Walker/WVPB St. Mary's Correctional Center is one of five state prisons in West Virginia where inmates help train service dogs. The program is a partnership between the paws4people foundation and the West Virginia Division of Corrections. West Virginia AG: Senator's Replacement Should be Republican By Associated Press • Jan 5, 2016 Martin Valent / WV Legislative Photography An opinion by Attorney General Patrick Morrisey says the vacancy left by a senator who was elected as a Democrat but flipped Republican should be filled by another Republican. The Republican attorney general filed the opinion Tuesday regarding ex-Sen. Daniel Hall at the request of Republican Senate President Bill Cole. Attorney General Touts South Dakota Sobriety Program By Associated Press • Jan 1, 2016 West Virginia Attorney General's Office West Virginia’s attorney general is urging state lawmakers to adopt a substance abuse program used in South Dakota. Patrick Morrisey says he sent a letter this week to the chairmen of the Senate and House Judiciary Committees urging them to consider the 24/7 Sobriety Program during the 2016 legislative session. W.Va. AG: Concealed-Carry Permits Good in Virginia By Associated Press • Dec 24, 2015 Joshuashearn / wikimedia Commons West Virginia’s attorney general is assuring gun owners in his state that their concealed-carry handgun permits will continue to be recognized in Virginia after Feb. 1. Patrick Morrisey’s counterpart in Virginia announced this week permits held by handgun owners in 25 states will no longer be valid in Virginia after that date.