W.Va. police academy gets new training center
The new training facility is the most recent addition to the West Virginia State Police Academy
By Ashley B. Craig
Charleston Daily Mail
Cadets training to join the ranks of the State Police and local law enforcement agencies now have a new place to get fit for duty.
The physical training center at the West Virginia State Police Academy opened for use in March to the delight of those used to doing fitness training in the academy's old aircraft hangar. Construction on the building started last fall.
The new structure is about 12,000 square feet and houses a gymnasium and a padded room for physical combat training, a weight room and a cardio training room.
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