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Welcome to the Harris County Constable Precinct 2!
The Harris County Precinct 2 Constable’s Office exists to enhance public safety and quality of life, in partnership with all people in our community, by preventing crime with honor and integrity.
We have designed this site with you in mind. From first-time guest to veteran visitor, we are certain you will find something inside the pages of our website that will inform and empower you. On behalf of Constable Jerry Garcia, we thank you for taking the time to visit and learn a little more about your Constable’s Office.
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Pursuant to the Public Information Act, all requests for the release of records held by the Harris County Constable’s Office Precinct 2 must be made in writing. This can be accomplished by filling out the online open records request form to the left or:
Email to: OpenRecords@cn2.hctx.net
or Carrier Mail to:
Office of Constable Jerry Garcia
Harris County Constable Precinct 2
101 S. Richey Street, Suite C, Pasadena, Texas 77506
To help us better assist you, please ensure that the following information is included in your request:
Your name, phone number, email, and mailing address, and a clear description of the information you are requesting.
Upon receipt of the request, Precinct 2 has 10 business days to respond. Note that this response may or may not include the requested records. As a law enforcement agency, Precinct 2 maintains records that, in whole or in part, are confidential by law. These can include records that deal with open cases. Requests for copies of these records present a unique challenge in determining whether the requested information can be released under law.
It is the policy of the Precinct 2 Constable’s office to balance the rights of those seeking access to these records with the integrity of open cases and applicable open records laws.
For more information on how to make a request, as well as your rights under the Public Information Act, please visit the Texas Attorney General’s Office.
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