For over 30 years, the Constable's Office has benefited from dedicated assistance from an active Reserve Division. The number of active reserves fluctuates but is usually around 100. These reserves are trained to the same standards as full time deputies. These highly trained volunteers work on a non-paid basis. They are assigned to each of the major divisions; such as Civil, Warrants, Technical Services, Administrative Records, and Patrol. Typically each reserve deputy serves at least 4 hours per week. Many reserve Deputies have been hired as fill time officers by the Constable's Office. As fully certified peace officers in the State of Texas, Reserve Deputies have the same authority and responsibility as full time law enforcement officers in the state.
Reserve Officers come from a variety of backgrounds and vocations which include salespeople, bankers, construction workers, teachers, firemen, pilots, and many others. A typical reserve Deputy has a strong desire to be actively involved in his or her community and to be a part of the law enforcement profession. Being a Precinct 4 Reserve Deputy requires a commitment of time and dedication, but offers professional law enforcement training and practical first hand experience that are second to none. The men and women of the reserve division are indeed a select group of outstanding citizens.
BECOME A RESERVE DEPUTY
Reserve Assistant Chief