Welcome to the Civil Process Page!
The Texas Justice Court Training Center is proud to work with Constables, Deputy Constables, and Constable clerks from across the state of Texas. This page will provide information for upcoming training events and other helpful resources.
How to Create a TJCTC Username
Creating a TJCTC login for constables
New constables will need to create a TJCTC login in order to register for any Training Center event and view many of our resources. With the login, users will also be able to download forms, view publications, and post questions to the legal board. For security purposes, a login can only be issued to current part-time or full-time employees in the justice court.
If you are a Constable, please fill out the New Constable Form listed below:
Creating a TJCTC login for constable deputies and constable clerks
If you are a deputy constable or constable clerk, a New Employee Form must be filled out and submitted by your Constable prior to creating a login. Please have your Constable follow Steps 1 - 3 in order to begin the process.
Steps 1 - 3: New Employee Form (CONSTABLES ONLY)
Visit www.tjctc.org or click here for the New Employee Form.
Enter your username and password into the fields provided.
The New Employee Request Form screen will appear.
Complete the required fields (*) for your new employee.
Click "Send Form".
Note: All accounts go through a manual approval process. Please allow 24-48 business hours for TJCTC to process the information. An email confirming that the new employee has been added will be sent to the address provided at the time of submission
Steps 4 - 6: Creating a Username and Password (DEPUTY CONSTABLES & CLERKS ONLY)
Visit www.tjctc.org or click here to login.
Click "Create Username & Password".
Type in your first and last name and select your county.
Select a security question. This will help in case you need to reset your username or password.
Once the "Submit button" is selected, your TJCTC Profile page will display.
Who is eligible to attend TJCTC trainings?
You must be an elected or appointed Texas Constable, an employed or officially appointed deputy constable, or an employed clerk working for a constable's office.
Also, Sheriff's and their deputies can attend our events if there is space available after our grant-funded attendees have registered two weeks prior to an event. In this case, sheriff's are responsible for the registration fee, sleeping rooms, and meals.
If you have questions about whether or not you may be eligible to attend a training or you need to be entered in our database, please email Laura at email@example.com or call (512) 347-9927.
How do I become an instructor for TJCTC?
TJCTC is always looking for instructors with expertise in civil process.
For Constable faculty, it is preferred that faculty be TCOLE certified, hold the CPPC certification, and be a deputy or constable. Individual considerations may be made.
Visit our instructor page for more information on how to apply.
Who can I contact for more information?
Do you have a question about registering for an event or your hours? Contact our Registrar Laura at 512-347-9927 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you looking for a legal resource? You can find our legal question board, forms, and publications on our Legal Resources page.