Fort Bend County is changing rapidly and so are the needs of Precinct 3. Modern day law enforcement needs to become flexible enough to quickly adapt along with the times to address these challenges before they become a crisis. This is why we must keep the Precinct 3 Constable’s Office moving forward.
Vote For Jesse Zamaripa for Fort Bend County Precinct 3 Constable on March 3rd & get involved today!
Over 23 years ago, I decided to sell my business to serve the community I live in as a peace officer. Since then, I have taken an active role in giving back to our community. I’ve worked with The Women’s Shelter, Light of America, City of Houston Thanksgiving Day Meal, and Toys for Tots and have become a certified Master Peace Officer, First Line Supervisor, Field Trainer Officer, and TCLEOSE Instructor.
As a resident of Precinct 3 for the past 32 years, I have witnessed a lot of changes in our community. From the small town countryside to becoming one of the fastest-growing areas in the United States, the county has become more advanced, and so has the challenges facing this community. With this type of growth, the Constable’s Office needs the ability to act fast to address these issues before they become a crisis. This is why I am asking for your vote to be the next Constable of Precinct 3.
With a population growth rate of 26%, Fort Bend County is changing rapidly, and so are the needs of Precinct 3. Modern-day law enforcement needs to become flexible enough to quickly adapt along with the times to address these challenges before they become a crisis.
Here we talk about the unique features and challenges of Fort Bend County Precinct 3 and the future.
A constable may be an official responsible for service of process: such as summonses and subpoenas for people to appear in court in criminal and/or civil matters. They can also be fully empowered law enforcement officers. Constables may have additional specialized duties unique to the office.
Constables can enforce the same Texas laws as other police and Sheriff’s Offices.
A county may have multiple constables but only one per precinct. … Constables may appoint deputies who are peace officers to assist in performing their duties. According to the Local Government Code and Texas Code of Criminal Procedures, a Constable’s duties include but are not limited to;
Serving as a licensed peace officer and performing various law enforcement functions, such as the execution of civil or criminal processes, citations, notices, warrants, subpoenas, or writs.
Their jurisdiction is much smaller than that of a Sheriff. Whereas, a Deputy Sheriff’s main territory would be the entire county in which he/she is employed. Constables typically do not investigate crimes or involve themselves in serious criminal activity.
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