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    About Constable Clint Burgess

    Constable Clint Burgess is a life-long resident of Tarrant County and has lived in Mansfield for the past 30 years. He is a graduate of Mansfield High School. After high school he entered into the U.S. Air Force and served for a period of four years. Clint was an Air Surveillance Operator on the AWACS plane and assigned to the 965 AWACS Squadron at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Clint served three tours in Saudi Arabia and two in Turkey to maintain surveillance of Iraq after Desert Storm. Clint also worked in cooperation with the D.E.A., US. Customs and the U.S. Coast Guard on counter-drug missions out of Panama and the CONUS United States. While in the Air Force, Clint was able to visit 21 countries and 41 different states. Clint's desire to be a police officer was greater than staying in the Air Force and he began to look at opportunies in law enforcement. Clint had an opportunity to join the Oklahoma Capital Patrol (division of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol) but made the choice to return to Texas in 1997. Clint came back home to Mansfield, and started the police academy at Tarrant County College one month later.

    Constable Clint Burgess

    After graduating the police academy, he began to work as a Deputy at the Ellis County Constable Office Precinct 4. In 2003, Clint was promoted to the position of Chief Deputy Constable. He served Ellis County for a total of seven years and left at the end of 2004 after being elected the Constable of Tarrant County Precinct 7. In 2004, Clint was one of the youngest elected Constables in the State of Texas. In 2008, Clint was named National Constable of the Year by the National Constables Association. In 2010, he was named Mansfield Citizen of the Year by the Mansfield Chamber of Commerce.

    Clint was sworn into office on January 1, 2005. Clint serves the areas of Arlington (south of Pioneer Pkwy), Burleson (East of I-35), Dalworthington Gardens, Fort Worth (East of I-35) Grand Prairie (Tarrant County portion), Kennedale, Mansfield and Rendon.

    Clint holds a Master Police Officer License from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE). He is also an instructor for the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT) at Sam Houston State University for the Constable's Leadership College.   

    Clint is married to his wife Wendy who serves on the citizens of Mansfield on the Mansfield City Council. They have one child who's a senior in the Mansfield ISD. 


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