The Medina County Sheriff’s office had deputies and corrections officers go through simulated training Thursday. The Sheriff’s office brought in judgement simulators to help the deputies and corrections officers with situational simulations related to their specific jobs. The training was a virtual hands-on training done with the help of MILO Virtual Range, which is a service that is used to help law enforcement train for various situations. The Sheriff’s office said the training was helpful for all involved because it gave everyone the needed training in tough situations they might encounter in their daily shifts and would help to ensure better outcomes.