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TJCTC is offering two types of programs this year: Virtual programs and in-person programs.

In-person programs will have special requirements due to COVID-19. Click here to read TJCTC's COVID-19 policies.


Programs by Date

Click each program to see more information. 

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  • TJCTC will be holding a virtual civil process program that you can attend from your home or office. This program will qualify for TCOLE credit and will focus on introductory topics to civil process. 

    Details: 

    • Attendees will be required to have a microphone and camera and must remain on camera for the entire program due to TCOLE requirements. 
    • Total cost for seminar = $50 (Includes a $25 registration fee + $25 overhead assessment)
    • This program qualifies for both TCOLE course #1415 for Constables and course #3101 for deputies. 
  • TJCTC will be holding a virtual civil process program that you can attend from your home or office. This program will qualify for TCOLE credit and will focus on advanced topics in civil process. We recommend that you have attended an introductory civil process program with us before or have extensive civil process experience.  

    Details: 

    • Attendees will be required to have a microphone and camera and must remain on camera for the entire program due to TCOLE requirements. 
    • Total cost for seminar = $50 (Includes a $25 registration fee + $25 overhead assessment) 
    • This program qualifies for both TCOLE course #1415 for Constables and course #3101 for deputies. 
  • TJCTC will be holding a virtual civil process program that you can attend from your home or office. This program will qualify for TCOLE credit and will focus on introductory topics to civil process. 

    Details: 

    • Attendees will be required to have a microphone and camera and must remain on camera for the entire program due to TCOLE requirements. 
    • Total cost for seminar = $50 (Includes a $25 registration fee + $25 overhead assessment)
    • This program qualifies for both TCOLE course #1415 for Constables and course #3101 for deputies. 
  • TJCTC will be holding an 8-hour virtual court security program for bailiffs that you can attend from your home or office. This program will qualify for TCOLE credit (#10999).

    Details: 

    • Attendees will be required to have a microphone and camera and must remain on camera for the entire program due to TCOLE requirements. 
    • Total cost for seminar = $50 (Includes a $25 registration fee + $25 overhead assessment)
    • Registration is open. 
    • This program qualifies for TCOLE course #10999. 
    • The 8-hour program will go from 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. on June 10th and 8:00 - 12:00 p.m. on June 11th.  
  • JPCA's annual conference at the Denton Embassy Suites will include 20-hours of civil process. Registration, cost, and details are available through JPCA at https://www.jpca.com/overview.

    This program will qualify for both TCOLE course #1415 for Constables and course #3101 for deputies. 

  • DFW 20-Hour Civil Process - In-Person Program

    Registration is open now.

    Our COVID-19 Policies Page has the most up-to-date policies and recommendations for in-person events.

    Program Details

    Join us in Denton at the Embassy Suites for the 20-hour Civil Process program which will offer general sessions on the most pressing topics affecting the service of process. 

    • Total cost for seminar = $150 (Includes a $50 registration fee + $100 overhead assessment)
    • Total cost for hotel lodging = $165 ($55/night for three nights at the Denton Embassy Suites)
      • Free if you opt for double occupancy.  
    • This program qualifies for both TCOLE course #1415 for Constables and course #3101 for deputies. 
  • Longview 20-Hour Civil Process - In-Person Program

    Registration is open now. 

    Our COVID-19 Policies Page has the most up-to-date policies and recommendations for in-person events.

    Program Details

    Join us in Longview at the Holiday Inn Infinity Event Center for the 20-hour Civil Process program which will offer general sessions on the most pressing topics affecting the service of process. 

    • Total cost for seminar = $150 (Includes a $50 registration fee + $100 overhead assessment)
    • Total cost for hotel lodging = $165 ($55/night for three nights at the Holiday Inn Longview)
    • This program is only open for Constables. 
    • This program qualifies for both TCOLE course #1415 for Constables and course #3101 for deputies. 
  • Lubbock 20-Hour Civil Process - In-Person Program

    Registration is open now.

    Our COVID-19 Policies Page has the most up-to-date policies and recommendations for in-person events.

    Program Details

    Join us in Lubbock at the Overton Hotel for the 20-hour Civil Process program which will offer general sessions on the most pressing topics affecting the service of process. 

    • Total cost for seminar = $150 (Includes a $50 registration fee + $100 overhead assessment)
    • Total cost for hotel lodging = $165 ($55/night for three nights at the Overton Hotel)
    • This program qualifies for both TCOLE course #1415 for Constables and course #3101 for deputies. 

Information about TJCTC policies

  • Constables are required to get TCOLE course #1415 from the Texas Justice Court Training Center by August 31, 2021. 

    Deputy Constables that serve process are required to get TCOLE course #3101 from the Texas Justice Court Training Center by August 31, 2021. 

    Constable clerks have no requirements but they are welcome to attend TJCTC programs. 

  • We do only if there is availability. Contact Laura at lv13@txstate.edu for more information. 

  • Enrollment is subject to receipt of an online registration from each participant. The registration fee provides for program costs and meals. Pursuant to grant conditions, the registration fee is mandatory and returned to the grant to be spent as restricted funds. If you or your county cannot pay this fee, please contact Thea Whalen at td24@txstate.edu to receive a waiver. 

    The Texas State overhead assessment fee is a voluntary fee deposited into TJCTC's private fund account and is used for unrestricted activity expenses that the grant cannot cover, such as salaries, benefits, and excess food and lodging costs. 

    The breakdown between the fees is detailed on your invoice that is emailed to you once registered. The registration fee should be paid in full prior to the state of the event. 

  • The lodging fee is a fee that covers your portion of the hotel cost if you choose to have a single room. This fee is consistent for every event at $55 based on the lowest rate of any hotel that TJCTC uses. There is no lodging fee if you choose double occupancy or no room. 

Our programs are funded through generous grants from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and the Texas Department of Transportation.