Calhoun's courthouse has received a security grant of $12,100. Barbara H. Allen, chairperson for the West Virginia Court Security Board, has advised the Calhoun Commission of the authorization. She said the grant will enhance the court's security.

The monies will likely be used to install a video cam with recorder at the main entrance of the court house, part of a plan which may require all persons to enter through a single portal.

Also included is an expanded internal alarm system which covers all areas of the courthouse and a security plate to be added to the judge's bench.

The Calhoun Commission approved minimal security standards at a meeting last winter.

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