McCracken County Sheriff Matt Carter is set to retire at the end of this month, after serving with the sheriff’s office for 22 years and one term as sheriff.

When Matt Carter formally retires as McCracken County sheriff at the end of this month, he leaves behind a department he hopes he changed for the better, and one he hopes will continue to change for the better after he’s gone.

Carter, 43, began his law enforcement career 22 years ago with the McCracken County Sheriff’s Department, which he’s led for the past four-plus years.

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