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Captain Jason Jarrett Retires from Gallatin County Sheriff's Office

Posted: 9:46 PM, Dec 02, 2019
Updated: 2019-12-02 23:46:00-05
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GALLATIN COUNTY — Captain Jason Jarrett with the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office retired Sunday after 34 years in law enforcement.

Jarrett started his career as a volunteer firefighter in 1982 and later joined the National Park Service as a park ranger.

He joined the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office in 1995, where he worked as a deputy, detective, patrol commander and Support Services commander.

Jarrett is retiring after being Detention Center commander since 2014 and the Search and Rescue commander since 1998.

“It has been a remarkably good ride, and I have no regrets looking back on it,” said Jarrett.

“It's certainly got its sad moments and its happy moments, but overall there hasn’t been anything that I've regretted about going to work every day.”

The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office says Jarrett will stay on as a part-time deputy and will continue to help the Search and Rescue team as a volunteer.