Tennessee Constables Association

"Justice with Understanding"

Serving Constables for over 35 years

What Does A Constable Do?

Tennessee Constables are officers of the Tennessee Judicial System as prescribed by the State Constitution who are sworn and bonded peace officers with full powers of arrest under Tennessee Code Annotated Title 8, chapter 10. They are charged with keeping the peace and with the enforcement of the laws of the state, county and its cities. Services we offer include:

  • Evictions
  • Home Security Checks
  • Delivery of Legal Documents
  • Subpoenas
  • Federal/Civil Process
  • Proposed Parenting Plan
  • Security Escorts
  • Formal & Uniform Security
  • Summons
  • Business Security Checks
  • Traffic
  • Garnishments

News & Announcements

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Pictures for East Tennessee Constables

Added: 9/16/2014

Pictures for East Tennessee Constables will be taken for the web-site on Thursday, September 18, 2014 @ 8:00 p.m. @ Hamblen County Justice Center, 510 Allison St. Morristown. You must wear a uniform shirt, button up shirt, or polo shirt. No T shirts.

T.C.A. In-Service for East Tennesee

Added: 8/31/2014

T.C.A. In-Service training for East Tennessee will start September 8,2014 at 7:00 p.m. sharp. Training will be at the Hamblen County Justice Center, 510 Allison St. Morristown. Classes will be on Monday and Thursday. Hope to see you there.

Our Mission Statement: The Tennessee Constable's Association is dedicated to the publics trust by education and training, the execution of all court orders directed to the constable and to serve the citizens of the community by upholding a high ethical standard that ensures justice with understanding.