Constable Precinct One Command Staff

The Constable Precinct One command staff is committed to serving the Precinct One community and its constituents. Precinct One is a unique community that values integrity, service, creativity, excellence, responsibility, and accomplishment.

Enriched by our diversity and our engagement with one another, we take pride in our shared traditions and varied experiences. We are dedicated to building a culture that respects all of its members and celebrates their contributions as we work together to strengthen the Precinct One community.


Constable Danny Thomas


Chief Craig Howard

Office Manager Gwen Doyle

We are here to serve the community. We are always available to help with community events or any questions you may have. If there is anything we can do to help please feel free to contact our office at (512) 854-7525 for criminal matters, (512) 854-7551 for civil matters, or (512) 854-7525 for warrants.

Thank you and we look forward to serving you.

Constable Vision and Mission

Vision Statement

To develop Travis County Precinct One Constable's Office into an organization that will educate members of the community of the purpose and function of the constable's office which will, in turn, build and strengthen relationships and promote communication to better meet the needs of the community in Precinct One.

Mission Statement

The mission of Travis County Precinct One Constable's Office is to serve the citizens of Precinct One professionally while exhibiting integrity, courtesy, and fairness in an ethical manner in all interactions with the public while executing the civil and criminal process to persons and establishments identified by the courts.

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What is a Constable?

Roles & Responsibilities

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.

The mission of this office 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.

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Requirements for Constables

Training & Education

Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education: "Require that every commissioned Texas Peace Officer in the State of Texas continue their training and education by taking at least the required twenty-hours every two-year cycle." Every Peace Officer in the State of Texas attends a Police Academy and must take their TCLEOSE exam. The state also requires that every applicant take a medical and psychological exam.

Continuing education courses include:

  1. Family Violence
  2. Cultural Diversity
  3. Special Investigative Topics
  4. 20 hour Civil Process Course
  5. Firearms Training
  6. Racial Profiling