Constable Leticia Vazquez joined the Bexar County Sheriff's Office on July 7, 1994 where she served over 25 years as a Deputy Sheriff. While in the Sheriff's Office, Constable Vazquez served as a detention officer in her earlier years with the department and then went on to Patrol where she served with the S.C.O.R.E unit.
She attended San Antonio College in San Antonio, TX where she received her Peace Officers License. She holds a Master Peace Officers Certification among many other certifications.
On October 9, 2019 Constable Vazquez was sworn in to serve as Precinct 2 Constable. On November 2020 she was elected. Since taking over office she has given back to the community by hosting annual school supply drives, toy drives, supported many schools and businesses with law enforcement services, she has held our annual Halloween Drive thru and Christmas events. Constable Vazquez has also partnered with Zapato's Inc, Moonstruck and other organizations that give back to the community.
"We must remember, public service is not about power, perks or prestige. It's about the ability to make a solid difference to all those we serve, especially those who have no advocate or voice of their own. Public service is truly the service of one individual who can make a difference in the community."
The Precinct 2 Constable's Office is dedicated to serving our community in a fair and impartial manner by working in partnership with our community.
We continually strive to provide professional service in response to citizen concerns and complaints. It is the mission of this office to execute all court orders, both civil and criminal, and to support the Justice of the Peace Court as it serves the citizens of Bexar County.
The primary duties of Constable Precinct 2 are to deliver and execute civil processes which include, but not limited to:
Forcible Detainers Suitsmall Claims Court
Warrant Division of Precinct 2
Those with outstanding warrants with the PCT 2 Constables Office may remedy your warrants by coming in person and seeing a Deputy any time Monday – Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
If you have general information that would help assist the Bexar County Constables Office Pct 2 in locating a person with outstanding warrants, you may call or email this office by phone or email.