The foundation of the delivery of Law Enforcement services is based in public trust. My Deputies and I are first and foremost, public servants. As such, we will dedicate ourselves to the citizens of Hays County and serve in an open, ethical, responsive, and accountable manner. We will apply the law equally and fairly and foster an environment free of bias and respectful of all individuals.
Our actions will be guided by these codes:
We value our integrity above personal gain.
We will be honest and truthful when dealing with the public.
We will perform our duties in a manner which preserves the worth, dignity, and rights of every individual.
We will confront challenges and formulate solutions through open communication and mutual respect for the ideas of all stakeholders.
We will operate the Constable’s Office as efficiently and effectively as possible and will make the best use of available resources.
We will strive to accomplish our Mission and promote and uphold the public trust through adherence to the law, basing our actions and decisions upon facts, taking pride in our commitment to public service, committing ourselves to the pursuit of excellence, acting in a professional manner, and endeavoring to continually improve the delivery of Law Enforcement services to our citizens.
Current AffiliationsJustices of the Peace and Constables Association of Texas
The purpose of the JPCA is to improve educational training on a professional level for both offices and their employees & to provide a network of peers that have hundreds of years of experience.
JPCA has represented the issues of the Justices of the Peace and Constables at the State Legislature and has been very successful in developing professional working relationships with our legislature.
Texas Municipal Police Association
The mission of TMPA is to protect the rights and interests of Texas law enforcement officers by providing the best legal assistance in the country, effective lobbying at state and local levels, affordable training and exemplary member support.
TMPA is the Voice of Texas Law Enforcement. TMPA was founded in 1950 and has protected the interests of law enforcement officers ever since. As the largest law enforcement association in Texas, TMPA is proud to represent more than 21,000 local, county and state law enforcement officers across Texas.
Austin Regional Intelligence Center
The Austin Regional Intelligence Center (ARIC) is a Department of Homeland Security recognized fusion center, which is a collaborative effort of public safety agencies in Travis, Williamson, and Hays Counties.
Wimberly Valley GOP
Our organization exists to celebrate and perpetuate this message of American independence, traditional values, and economic freedom. We will support Republican candidates at the local, state, and federal level who fight for these ideals.
Hays County Republican Women’s Group (Associate Member)
Past AffiliationsIACP International Association of Chiefs of Police
The IACP advances professional police services; promotes enhanced administrative, technical, and operational police practices; fosters cooperation and the exchange of information and experience among police leaders and police organizations of recognized professional and technical standing throughout the world.
TPCA Texas Police Chiefs Association
The Texas Police Chiefs Association was founded in 1958 to promote, encourage and advance the professional development of Chiefs of Police and senior police management personnel throughout the State of Texas.
TNOA Texas Narcotics Officer Association
The Texas Narcotic Officers Association is dedicated to providing high quality training for law enforcement professionals. Membership in TNOA is not exclusive to narcotic officers. Our members include: local, state, and federal peace officers, reserve officers, prosecutors, law enforcement personnel, and other national and international associations.
ACFE Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
ACFE is the world's largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education and certification.
Hays County Law Enforcement Association
Bobby Lane, Mayor Pro-Tem & Councilman for Place 6, Buda, TX
Ron Hood, Constable, Pct. 4 Dripping Springs, TX
Rex Baker, Hays County Justice of the Peace, RET.
David Williams, Precinct Chair (224)
Jonathan White, Precinct Chair (228)
Jim Rowley, Precinct Chair (230)
Karen Marshall, Precinct Chair (232)