Lieutenant Matt Corn was born and raised in Evansville, Indiana and attended North High School. After high school, Lt. Corn graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and a minor in Criminal Justice. He later received his Master’s Degree from the University of Evansville. Lt. Matt Corn began working for the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office as a Confinement Officer in 2004 and became a sworn Deputy Sheriff in 2006. Lt. Corn spent the next eight years assigned to the Motor Patrol Division where he primarily worked on second and third shift serving as a Crash Reconstructionist, Field Training Deputy, and Physical Tactics Instructor. Lt. Corn was promoted to Sergeant in 2013 and served as a patrol supervisor before being selected as the Training Coordinator and Field Training Supervisor in 2014. He then served as the Training Coordinator until he was promoted to Lieutenant in 2017. Lt. Corn is currently assigned to the Confinement Division and serving as the 2nd Shift Assistant Jail Commander. He is a graduate of Leadership Evansville and has been a certified Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Instructor since 2009. Outside of his duties at the sheriff’s office, Lt. Corn enjoys spending time with family and friends and coaching and competing in all things CrossFit. He has helped plan and organize several area CrossFit competitions as fundraising efforts and also serves as a youth wrestling coach.