Middle TN In-Service Training

Middle TN. In-Service Training Classes

10-1-18  Monday – Orientation 

10-4-18  Thursday – Policies and Procedures

10-10-18  Wednesday- First Aid

10-16-18  Tuesday -Vanessa K. Free

10-22-18  Monday-Homeland Security

10-25-18  Thursday -Fire Arm Safety

11-3-18 Saturday – Range

11-6-18 Tuesday – Criminal

11-12-18 Monday – Civil

11-15-18 Thursday – Review and Graduation

All classes will be held at Maury County Courthouse. Classes start @ 6 pm.

Firing range will be held at the Williamsport Pike Range, starting @ 8am.

Everyone will need to bring eye and ear protection, a ball cap, and minimum of 100 rounds  ammunition.

If you have any questions please contact:

Tim Holt – 931-286-2794

Steve Mangrum – 931-215-1678



Have a fun and Safe Independence Day

From all of us at Tennessee Constable Association, Have a fun and Safe Independence Day. Thank you to all our Veterans for your service. God Bless America.


New mailing address for All TCA Applications and Dues

Tennessee Constable Association
20 West Main Street
PMB 161
Hohenwald, TN  38462

Bob Carroll – New TCA Executive Director

Please feel free to contact Bob for information about Tennessee Constable Association.

Please send all applications and dues to.

Bob Carroll
PO Box 413
Milligan College, TN 37682




2018 Convention May 18-19 Pigeon Forge

If you are going to attend any part of the convention we need to know.  Even if it is just for the training.  Also you are  a member and did not receive notice give us a call and leave a message. 423-335-3775


Bloomingdale parade and training. This Saturday December 9,2017 at 10:00 a.m.

East Tennessee Constables , The Bloomingdale Christmas parade and training session is this Saturday December 9,2017.  Parade is at 10:00 a.m. at Ketron Elementary School 3301 Bloomingdale Pike. If you are going to be in the parade you need to be there by 9:40 a.m. Training and fellowship will follow at 11:00 a.m. at Mamas House 2608 N. John B. Dennis Hwy.  Hope to see you there and MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR.

Plaque presented to the wife of Constable Landon Pritchard

Article in Elizabethton Star

Gone, but never forgotten.
A brotherhood forged by blood, sweat and tears was fully display Monday morning as representatives with the Tennessee Constables Association presented a plaque remembering Landon Pritchard to his wife, Betty, at the Elizabethton Star office.
Landon, remembered for being dedicated to his craft, served as a Carter County Constable and will be forever recognized as an asset to the community. Carter County Constables Ken Potter, Tim Lyons and Harvey Shaffer, along with Carter County Mayor Leon Humphrey and Sullivan County Constable Kent Harris were in attendance for the plaque presentation to Betty.
“It’s a rarity that you’ll have someone give 50 years of their life to public service,” Humphrey said. “It’s warranted. I appreciate Mr. Potter and all the constables for being here today. They are an essential part of our community. They provide a tremendous service at no cost to the citizens. They’re volunteering time, and Mr. Pritchard is a perfect example of someone who went above and beyond.”
Constables of the future will be able to use the work put in place by the late constable, according to Potter.
“He helped us set a lot of standards, like with training,” Potter said. “Even though he was sick during last year’s in-service, he had an oxygen tank. That’s just a testament of what this job meant to him. He made it to every class. Everything he put forth, like the way he did this job, will last long with the association and we’ll continue to work on the standards that he and others have left over the years.”
When discussing the brotherhood of the constables, it comes more to a big family, Potter added. Betty shared an embrace with each of the officers and Potter commended her work, alongside Landon, during the late night calls.
“With all those late night calls and the work they gave, it was an honor to do this,” Potter said. “Landon was that type person. No matter what time you called, he went. He always answered the call.”
Stories were shared following the presentation of the hard work Landon brought to the community.
“Mr. Pritchard was a fine gentleman and a great constable,” Lyons said. “That’s what he lived his life for.”
Shaffer recalled with a smile about Pritchard’s time with the fire department and that no matter what he did, Landon would always want to do it to the best of his ability.
“We really appreciate him,” Shaffer said. “We’re going to miss him.”
Landon’s reach wasn’t just limited to Carter County either, according to Harris.
“It was a privilege and honor to be here,” Harris said. “I’ve known Landon for several years. His services went beyond Carter County. He helped with the camping at Bristol Motor Speedway during the races. He also helped with the Bristol Rhythm and Roots Festival. He was always very professional and did so much for Northeast Tennessee.