U.S. Corrections Special Operations Group, Williamsburg, Va., will conduct the training, Wagner said.

“We will be the first jurisdiction in Pennsylvania to do the training,” he said. “They do training nationally and internationally.”

In other business, Wagner told the board enough money is in the same account to cover the $10,000 cost of an automated system that notifies crime victims and their relatives when the prison status of an inmate changes.

The county had a state grant to cover the cost, but that funding no longer is available.

“I don’t know that we can sustain it forever, but at least for a few years to come,” Wagner said.