Tom Green County has 4 constables and four deputy constables. Each constable is elected in the precinct in which they serve. Constables are constitutionally authorized peace officers. Constables have the same arrest powers and duties as municipal police officers and sheriffs and have the added responsibility of executing civil process for the courts. Constables and their deputies have all the responsibility of any peace officer in the state. They may write citations, make arrests, conduct investigations, and file criminal charges. The mission of the Tom Green County Constable offices is to serve as judicial officers for our courts. Our responsibilities include executing warrants and serving process that are directed to the constable including eviction actions and seizing property. A constable executes any civil or criminal process throughout the county including citation, notice, warrant, subpoena or writ. Tom Green County constables serve the Justice of the Peace in their precinct, the County Court, the two County Courts at Law, and the four District Courts in Tom Green County. Constables also serve process directed to their precinct from other courts in Texas as well as those from out of state.