Darla Taylor monitors security cameras during day

The Calhoun County Courthouse has a new security system, using grant money from the West Virginia Supreme Court. The installation of the equipment is being completed this week.

Three of the courthouse entrances is being monitored by TV cameras, with those entering the building being recorded. The fourth entrance near the basement rest rooms has been closed, requiring visitors to enter the building elsewhere.

The camera records all visitors on tape

Daytime monitoring of the cameras is in Magistrate Teresa Robinson's office.

Additional alarm buttons, connected to 911, to request law enforcement have been installed in every office.

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