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Posted: Monday, 16 June 2014 3:40PM

Randy Clark Retires From Full-Time Service

After more than 32 years, a standard in law enforcement is hanging up his badge and gun in Trigg County. Randy Clark is retiring, again. Clark officially retired in 2010 after serving 25 years as Trigg County Sheriff. But he didn't stay retired for long.

Clark went full-time after former Police Chief Hollis Alexander moved across the street to the Judge-executive's office.

Clark won't be completely retired this time around either. He'll be working part-time for the Christian County Sheriff's office, primarily doing court security.

Clark says he's still not ready to be retired in the traditional sense of the word, but he's definitely ready for a change of pace.

In 32 years, Clark says the biggest change he's seen is the type of calls people make to law enforcement.

In addition to providing court security, Clark says his new duties could include serving papers and transporting prisoners. He says he's looking forward to his new part-time schedule, without nights, weekends, holidays and service calls.

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