The Monroe County Office of the District Attorney has organized the Monroe County Constable Task Force and Accreditation Program for qualified constables interested in broadening their participation in Monroe County’s criminal justice system. In addition to duties and responsibilities as defined in Title 44 Chapter 71 (Constables), members of the Task Force are given the opportunity to work with other local law enforcement agencies providing support such as security during the execution of search warrants, subpoena service, warrant service, prisoner transport, and other special assignments.
Fees for these duties are covered in Section 6 (pages 14 and 15) of the Task Force Manual. To qualify for membership in the Monroe County Constable Task Force eligible constables and deputy constables are required to complete additional training. Qualifications and additional training requirements are outlined in the Monroe County Constable Task Force & Accreditation Program Manual. If you qualify and would like to become a member of the Task Force complete the membership application and forward it to the Monroe County Office of the District Attorney, attention MCCTF Coordinator.
Application Process Documents: