Constable Clint Burgess and Chief Deputy Chuck Hatley with Governor Rick Perry
The chief deputy is responsible for and exercises command over the
deputies of the departments as delegated to him on the organization
chart. The chief deputy is subordinate in rank only to the
constable. The chief is responsible for administration, command and
external relations of the Constable’s Office. He assists the
constable with programs and policies that provide positive influences
on this office. All deputies report directly to the chief deputy. The
chief deputy assumes the full authority as the constable while the
constable is out of the area.
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