West Virginia Division of Corrections

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The West Virginia Division of Corrections is an agency of the U.S. state of West Virginia within the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety that operates prisons. The agency has its headquarters in the state's capital of Charleston.[1]


Name Code City County Security Level Capacity
Anthony Correctional Center (website) ACC White Sulphur Springs Greenbrier County Alternative Sentencing (Young Adult Male and Female) 220
Beckley Correctional Center (website) BCC Beckley Raleigh County Minimum (Male & Female) 137
Charleston Correctional Center (website) CCC Charleston Kanawha County Minimum (Male & Female) 128
Denmar Correctional Center (website) DCC Denmar Pocahontas County Medium (Male) 216
Huntington Work Release Center (website) HWRC Huntington Cabell County Minimum (Male & Female) 66
Huttonsville Correctional Center (website) HCC Huttonsville Randolph County Close (Male) 1183
Lakin Correctional Center (website) LCC Lakin Mason County All Levels & Intake Facility (Female) 530
Martinsburg Correctional Center (website) MCC Martinsburg Berkeley County Intake Facility (Male) 120
Mount Olive Correctional Complex (website) MOCC Mount Olive Fayette County Maximum (Male) 1030
Northern Correctional Facility (website) NCC Moundsville Marshall County Close (Male) 253
Ohio County Correctional Center (website) OCCC Wheeling Ohio County Minimum (Male) 66
Parkersburg Correctional Center (website) PBCC Parkersburg Wood County Minimum (Male) 130
Pruntytown Correctional Center (website) PCC Grafton Taylor County Medium (Male) 293
Saint Marys Correctional Center (website) SMCC Saint Marys Pleasants County Medium (Male) 549
Salem Correctional Center (website) SCC Salem Harrison County Medium (Male) 386

Fallen officers[edit]

Since the establishment of the West Virginia Division of Corrections, 5 officers have died in the line of duty.[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Contact." West Virginia Division of Corrections. Retrieved on December 8, 2009.
  2. ^ The Officer Down Memorial Page

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