Harris County Precinct 6 Reserve Deputies are fully licensed state of Texas Peace Officers (Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 2.12). Each Reserve Deputy is vested with the same authority and responsibilities of all Texas peace officers as defined by Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.
Reserve Deputies perform a valuable service to the Precinct 6 community by volunteering law enforcement services no less than 24 hours per month. Reserve Deputies work in all divisions of the department and often are hired for permanent full-time paid positions. Several Reserve Deputies have served our community for more than a decade. In 2018, Reserve Deputies at Precinct 6 volunteered 1,971 hours of their time to serve our community! In 2015, there were over 150 reserve deputies serving Precinct 6. In 2017, Commissioners Court voted to cap the number of reserve deputies to one reserve for every two full-time deputies.
Persons interested in becoming a Harris County Precinct 6 Reserve Deputy must be willing to work in a competitive, yet positive work environment.
The Harris County Precinct 6 Constable’s Office is currently accepting applications for Reserve Deputies. If you are interested in becoming a Reserve Deputy at Precinct 6, please call 713-274-3415 and speak with Sergeant Clark, who oversees TCOLE/Recruiting/Training.
Reserve Deputy applicants must have a current peace officer’s license issued by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.