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Justices of the Peace and Constables Association creates a robust curriculum of continuing civil and criminal legal education through the Texas Justice Court Training Center, an educational partnership between JPCA and Texas State University.
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JPCA vigorously advocates for its members' interests before the Texas Legislature. We monitor studies on relevant issues, tesitfy in committee hearings, and work with lawmakers on bills affecting our members and their duties. We continually strive to enhance the integrity of the offices of the Justice of the Peace and Constable, preserve their positions as elected public officials, and strengthen their community ties.
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Justices of the Peace and Constables are the most accessible government authority to the average citizen. Much like Justices of the Peace and Constables protect and serve their community, JPCA also wants to serve its members through fellowship, scholarships, and networking opportunities.
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Why You Should Join JPCA

EducationJPCA has been involved in providing high quality education since 1958. JPCA created the Texas Justice Court Training Center and continues to sponsor its programs for both Judicial and Civil Process education.
AdvocacyJPCA has long enjoyed a stellar reputation at the State Capitol and continues to develop relationships with state representatives to protect and advocate for your interests
ServiceAll JPCA members serve their counties and constituents. Likewise, JPCA wants to provides its members with networking opportunities, leadership training, and family member scholarships.

The Justices of the Peace and Constables Association, Inc. is the largest organization of elected officials in the State of Texas.

Justices of the Peace and Constables Association of Texas, Incorporated
PO Box 115, Granbury, TX 76048

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Current Executive Leadership

Constable Chris Bates
Jefferson County, Pct. 2

Hon. Holly Williamson
Harris County, Pct. 8-1

2nd Vice President
Constable Carlos Lopez
Travis County, Pct. 5

3rd Vice President
Judge James Kerbow