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JPCA is a connected and successful organization because of its members. Are you a JPCA member who wants to get more involved in the organization? We need your creativity, ideas, and leadership. Read below for different ways you can get connected with JPCA!

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There are many ways to get involved in JPCA beyond just becoming a member. JPCA runs thanks to countless volunteer hours from Judges, Constables, Deputy Constables, and justice court clerks.

Are you interested in writing a newsletter article? Would you like to run for a leadership position? Are you passionate about legislation that affects justice courts and Constable offices? Contact the JPCA Executive Committee at jpcaoftx@gmail.com to let them know your interests and strengths. Also, read below for specific volunteer opportunities.

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Get Involved in Leadership

JPCA runs efficiently thanks to the countless hours of their volunteers and committee members.

To see a list of JPCA committees, visit our Committee page.

Interested in joining a committee? Email jpcaoftx@gmail.com to let the Executive Committee know of your interest.

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Stay Connected with the Legislative Committee

Help JPCA advocate for Justices of the Peace and Constables by attending JPCA Day or participating in the Adopt a Legislator program.

To keep up-to-date on the 88th Legislative session, stay in contact and make sure JPCA has your updated email address. Email jpcaoftx@gmail.com to send an updated email address.

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
800-662-5722

info@jpca.com

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Current Executive Leadership

President
Constable Chris Bates
Jefferson County, Pct. 2

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

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

3rd Vice President
Judge James Kerbow