E911 board approves radio purchases for constables

The Dyer County E911 board held its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 29 to take care of some old business and receive an update on the CAD mobile data project. The board discussed the purchase of radios for the Dyer County constables in order to make them compliant with a Federal Communications Commission mandate that required radios to narrowband. The matter was discussed at the board's last meeting in November and was tabled until it could be confirmed that the purchase of the radios was a legal expense for the board. Read More...

Tennessee Constables Under Fire

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Roane County Constables

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TCC President Larry Rains and Director Bob Alford spent the day at the General Assembly Wed.
April 7, 2009. They attended the Senate Judical Committee Meeting where President Rains
testified concerning upgrading the training for constables in Tennessee. State Rep./Union
County Constable/TCC Vice President Constable Chad Faulkner also testified before the committee.
The Senate Committee voted to roll the bill for a couple of weeks in order to discuss the
bill with their constables. TCC officals talked with many Representatives and Senators
that have become friends over the years. It was learned that two present state
representatives are also serving as constables and that four other representatives
are former constables.

Constable Christmas Party

Wish everyone could have attended the 2008 Christmas Party, we took some picture at the party.

Constable News

Founders Executive Board
Bob Alford - Executive Director
Larry Rains - President
Calvin Trew - Senior Vice President
Jennings Foust - Treasurer
Board Members
Tom Dallas - Middle Tennessee Vice President
Chad Faulkner - East Tennessee Vice President

New Laws Going Into Effect

Fallen Officer Grainger County has lost two constables: Donald Lakins,and Larry Jones. Donald died a few months ago from cancer and Larry past away with a heart attack just a few weeks later. Both were active constables.

COKER, THE REV. MELVIN "CLYDE" - age 76, member of Hines Creek Baptist Church, went home to be with the Lord on February 8, 2007. Clyde was a retired pastor of 45 years, grocery man, and constable of Union County.

Please be advised that The Tennessee Constables' Association President Paul Jones has passed away. We are late getting this information. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Mr. Jones' family.

The Tennessee Constable Council offers our deepest sympathy to the families of Roane County Deputy Sheriff Bill Jones and ride along Mike Brown. Deputy Jones and friend Mike Brown were gunned down at an apparent roadside ambush on the afternoon of May 11, 2006 while answering a call. Deputy Jones was a true friend to all of us and certified many of us on our weapons each year.

Constable Ronald Sharpe - Williamson County - 48 - 3-9-2006
Constable Edward Manlove - Davidson County - 12-15-1894 - Gunfire
Constable Buford Pusser, McNairy County Tennessee former Sheriff 8/24/1974 vehicle accident
Raymond Hodyniak Roane County Constable 1998 sickness
Woodrow Miller Roane County Constable
Constable James Jett - Roane County - Feb 08, 1924 - Gunfire
Constable Lee Mayo - Davidson County - Mar 28, 1928 - Gunfire
Constable Clifford "Pap" Hutchinson, Feb. 2005, Sick, Union County
Constable Allen Phillips, Feb. 6, 2005, Blood Clot, Cannon County