Built as a replacement for the Civil War-era West Virginia Penitentiary at Moundsville, Mount Olive Correctional Complex (MOCC) is located seven (7) miles east of Montgomery on Cannelton Hollow Road in Fayette County.
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David Ballard was appointed Warden of the Mount Olive Correctional Complex (MOCC) in September 2007. Ballard began his career with the Division of Corrections in May 1994 as a Correctional Officer at the former West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville. Ballard transferred to MOCC, serving there until December 2004. Ballard worked his way through the ranks, serving as a Correctional Officer, Counselor, Case Manager, Program Specialist, Lieutenant and Captain. Ballard served as what was then the Administrator of Beckley Correctional Center (BCC), a minimum-security community correctional facility, housing male and female work release and residential substance abuse treatment inmates. Ballard implemented major improvement in the operation and organization of the facility, several cost-savings measures resulting in tremendous benefit to taxpayers and major improvement in community relations with the City of Beckley. Ballard served as the Warden of Lakin Correctional Center (LCC), which was then a multi-security correctional facility housing female inmates. Ballard oversaw the addition of a 124-bed dormitory-style housing unit, 36-bed modular housing unit, Correctional Industries Building, the implementation of the Correctional Center Nursery Program and the former Rover Rehabilitation Program. Ballard has responsibility and authority over the management and operation of the state’s only maximum-security correctional facility; housing the most violent, high-risk, dangerous and disruptive male inmates in the state. Ballard has oversaw the addition, replacement, and upgrading of several major security systems and physical plant projects, and the implementation of several inmate rehabilitation programs; key of which is the Moral Rehabilitation Program, which is unique to all but two (2) prisons in the nation. Ballard has also brought organizational improvement, consistency and standardization to the facility. Ballard is certified as a Corrections Executive through the American Correctional Association and is also a graduate of numerous training courses conducted by and through the National Institute of Corrections and the West Virginia Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety Professional Development Center. Ballard is an active member of the American Correctional Association, Southern States Correctional Association and North American Association of Wardens & Superintendents.
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