Tarrant County Constables Office Precinct 7

Tarrant County Constables Office Precinct 7 Tarrant County Precinct 7 is located in the heart of the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. Area includes Arlington, Mansfield, Dalworthington Gardens, Kennedale, Rendon and the Grand Prairie Portion of Tarrant County.
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Alert: Severe Weather NoticeA large front is heading towards FTW towards Mansfield Arlington areas with roating winds an...
05/08/2020

Alert: Severe Weather Notice

A large front is heading towards FTW towards Mansfield Arlington areas with roating winds and large hail. Please be sure you get everything moved and prepared.

Thank you U.S. Navy Blue Angels for bringing this years air show directly to the people of this great country. To recogn...
05/06/2020

Thank you U.S. Navy Blue Angels for bringing this years air show directly to the people of this great country. To recognize front line workers and first responders is truly a heartfelt appreciation by all of us. Angels, you really out did yourself.

Tarrant County Sheriff's Office
05/06/2020

Tarrant County Sheriff's Office

The Blue Angels do a fly-by at the Courthouse. Thank you to one of our Tarrant County DA Investigators for capturing this shot.

The Blue Angels have officially announced their flight path for tomorrow with exact times. It appears this won’t be just...
05/05/2020

The Blue Angels have officially announced their flight path for tomorrow with exact times. It appears this won’t be just a slow cruise across DFW. They are projected to be flying close to 350mph. This entire flight path is about 280 miles and they will do it in 35 minutes.

Brotherhood for the Fallen - Fort Worth, TX
05/05/2020

Brotherhood for the Fallen - Fort Worth, TX

It is with a heavy heart and profound sorrow that we announce the passing of Officer Michael Mosher of the Overland Park Police Department, Kansas on Sunday May 3rd, 2020 when Officer Mosher, in full uniform en route to work, attempted to arrest a hit-and-run suspect when he was shot and killed. Please keep the family of Officer Michael Mosher, blood and blue, and community in which they served in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Officer Michael Mosher had served the Overland Park Police Department for over 14 years. Officer Michael Mosher is survived by his wife and child.

Rest in Peace Officer Michael Mosher, We Have the Watch.

#EOW 5/3/2020
#Prayers
Blue Lives Matter

Confirmed: BLUE ANGELS FLYOVER OF DFW WEDNESDAY: This is flight path of the US Navy Blue Angels flyover Wednesday May 6 ...
05/04/2020

Confirmed: BLUE ANGELS FLYOVER OF DFW WEDNESDAY: This is flight path of the US Navy Blue Angels flyover Wednesday May 6 starting at 11 am in McKinney. DFW airport is in the center of this map so you can figure out where they’ll be. Flight path is dark line that circles around both downtown Dallas and Ft Worth. They are going to fly directly over Arlington N to S and turn towards downtown Fort Worth @ the intersection of Cooper & I-20. PLEASE SHARE.

We are deeply sorry for our Houston Family.
05/03/2020

We are deeply sorry for our Houston Family.

Please join us in keeping the Houston Police Department family in your thoughts and prayers. Officer Jason Knox was killed in a helicopter crash early this morning. We continue to pray for the pilot who is in critical condition. #NeverForgotten #BackTheBlue
EOW: May 2, 2020

A salute to a true legend: On this day in History May 1, 1991 Nolan Ryan gets his No Hitter #7. Just remember, on a day ...
05/01/2020

A salute to a true legend:

On this day in History
May 1, 1991 Nolan Ryan gets his No Hitter #7.

Just remember, on a day when you feel like you have nothing left to give, it just might become your best day ever. #neverquit #nolanryan #texasrangers

From an ESPN Report: Nolan Ryan hurls record 7th no-hitter. From the moment he awoke that morning, he felt horrible. His body ached. His shoulder and arm were sore. His back, too. His head was pounding. Even his heels and fingers ached, for goodness sakes. He was popping pain pills every hour.

Forty-four year old Nolan Ryan didn't even feel as if he could make it to Arlington Stadium for his start that evening against the Toronto Blue Jays. He didn't even want to attempt it. "I'm really feeling my age today," he told his wife that morning.

But being the blue-collar, lunch-pail-carrying, 9-to-5 player he was, Ryan pulled on his boots and jeans and headed off to the ballpark. He didn't want to disappoint the fans who had paid to see him pitch on Arlington Appreciation Night on this crisp spring evening, against baseball's best-hitting team.

THE MOMENT
May 1, 1991. With his body an absolute wreck, Ryan goes through extra pregame stretching. During the scouting meeting to go over Toronto's hitters, he wears a heating pack on his back. But nothing helps. Ryan doubts if he'll be able to last five innings.

While warming up in the bullpen, Ryan turns to Rangers pitching coach Tom House, who is also 44, and drawls, "I don't know how you feel at 44, but I feel old today. My back hurts. My ankle hurts. I've been pounding Advil all day, and it isn't helping." He pauses. "You'd better watch me good out there tonight. I didn't think I'd be out there very long."

As if his physical problems aren't enough, Ryan also threw 131 pitches in his previous start. But when Ryan walks to the mound and begins throwing, he suddenly starts feeling good. Better than good. Great. Better than great, actually. Totally dominant, overwhelmingly strong.

"Everything kicked in for me there in the first inning," Ryan says today, "and it just got better and better as the game went on."

A Fort Worth Motor Officer was injured today in an accident. Please keep him in your prayer.
04/30/2020

A Fort Worth Motor Officer was injured today in an accident. Please keep him in your prayer.

‪A Fort Worth PD motor officer was involved in a serious accident and is being treated at a local hospital. Please keep the officer in your thoughts and prayers in the days ahead. 💙 ‬

04/30/2020
Fort Worth Police Officers Association

Superb actions provided by the Fort Worth Police Officers Association, an incredible job.

Incredible news! During the COVID-19 pandemic, Fort Worth Police Officers' Association has purchased over 10,000 meals during this difficult time, injecting over $75,000 into local businesses in our community! #inthistogether

Brotherhood for the Fallen - Fort Worth, TX
04/29/2020

Brotherhood for the Fallen - Fort Worth, TX

It is with a heavy heart and profound sorrow that we announce the passing of Sergeant Glenn Hutto Jr. of the Baton Rouge Police Department, Louisiana who was shot and killed in the line of duty on Sunday April 26thth, 2020. During the same incident Baton Rouge Officer Derrick Maglone was also shot and seriously injured. Officer Maglone was transported to the hospital and is continuing to fight for his life and we pray that he wins the fight and makes a full recovery. Please keep the family of Sergeant Glenn Hutto Jr., blood and blue, and community in which they served in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Sergeant Glenn Hutto Jr. had served the Baton Rouge Police Department for 21 years and 24 years total in law enforcement.

Rest in Peace Sergeant Glenn Hutto Jr., We Have the Watch.

#EOW 4/26/2020
#Prayers
Blue Lives Matter

We got a little busy this month but wanted to make sure we recognized our administration for keeping the seasons and spi...
04/29/2020

We got a little busy this month but wanted to make sure we recognized our administration for keeping the seasons and spirit alive with our Holiday tree. This was for Easter, no virus is going to hold us back.

Mansfield Police Department
04/26/2020

Mansfield Police Department

We offer our condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Bell County Sheriff Deputy John Andrew Rhoden. He was struck and killed by a vehicle while attempting to deploy spike strips during a vehicle pursuit of a stolen car.

End of Watch: Sunday, April 26, 2020

#NeverForgotten #BackTheBlue

https://www.odmp.org/officer/24576-deputy-sheriff-john-andrew-rhoden

Brotherhood for the Fallen - Fort Worth, TX
04/26/2020

Brotherhood for the Fallen - Fort Worth, TX

It is with a heavy heart and profound sorrow that we announce the passing of Deputy John Rhoden of the Bell County Sheriff's Department, Texas who was struck and killed by a vehicle while trying to stop a pursuit by deploying spike strips early this morning Sunday, April 26, 2020. Please keep the family of Deputy John Rhoden, blood and blue, and community in which they served in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Deputy John Rhoden had served the Bell County Sheriff’s Department for over ten years.

Rest in Peace Deputy John Rhoden, We Have the Watch.

#EOW 4/26/2020
#Prayers
Blue Lives Matter

To our Canadian family we will never forget your loss.
04/25/2020

To our Canadian family we will never forget your loss.

Today, the RCMP is wearing red to support all the victims of the tragic Nova Scotia shooting, including our own fallen Mountie Cst. Heidi Stevenson.

Wear Red Fridays began as a military tradition, honouring troops who couldn't make it home. The tradition was adopted by the RCMP to honour fallen Mounties following the 2014 Moncton shootings. Now, the RCMP joins all Canadians in participating in this meaningful tradition, as we pay respect and show support to all those impacted by the Nova Scotia tragedy.

We want to thank El Primo's Mexican Grill for providing lunch today to our entire office and also for the Justice of the...
04/22/2020

We want to thank El Primo's Mexican Grill for providing lunch today to our entire office and also for the Justice of the Peace and Tax Office employees at the Mansfield Courthouse. Thank you for your support.

Constable History: Something you might not know about today in Texas History. On April 21, 1836 - General Sam Houston de...
04/21/2020

Constable History:

Something you might not know about today in Texas History. On April 21, 1836 - General Sam Houston defeated Santa Anna at the Battle of San Jacinto.

In 1836, Constables and the Rangers “Texas Rangers” were a combined force of roughly 200 men. Sam Houston used these men to strategically go in and move out the Indians from the areas surrounding San Jacinto to where Santa Anna was located. Santa Anna assumed these actions were traditional orders to bring peace and stability for the local settlements in the area. What Santa Anna didn’t realize was Sam Houston was using this as an opportunity to allow for a silent approach on Santa Anna’s Army. This allowed the Texian Army to be undetected, not having to fight Indians in the area at the same time. Sam Houston's was able to quietly attack Santa Anna at the battle of San Jacinto with the chant “Remember the Alamo”. This 18-minute battle proclaimed independence for Texas.

Over 700 Mexican soldiers were allowed to surrender to the Texian Army. Santa Anna was captured the next day after trying to blend in as a Mexican soldier in captivity.

The Constable’s were later written into Constitutional law and was the only law enforcement defined by the original Texas Constitution. At that time, Sam Houston formally separated the two groups. The Constable would be elected by the people in each local area, known as precincts. The Texas Rangers became an officer of the new Republic. Both groups would be commissioned and report directly to the President and later the Governor. Today this still holds true. There are roughly 770 Elected Constables with an estimated 5,000 Deputy Constables and 166 Texas Rangers with and estimated 3,000 State Troopers serving across the State today. Since the beginning, Rangers and Constables have been a instrumental part of this Great State.

Our deepest sympathy for the loss of a servant to a senseless DUI. Just no excuse!
04/21/2020

Our deepest sympathy for the loss of a servant to a senseless DUI. Just no excuse!

⚫️🔵⚫️OFFICER DOWN⚫️🔵⚫️
Officer Christopher Ewing was hit and killed on duty by a DUI driver on April 21st, 2020. He leaves behind his wife Cassie, daughter Christon (17), daughter Kailyn (15), and his daughter Aliyah (13). He served in the United States Air Force for 10 years, and with the Smyrna Police Department for 2 years.

Please visit: GeorgiaLEO.org/post/officer-ewing to make a donation for the family of Officer Ewing.

(Unlike other platforms, 100% of the donations go to the family)

Our deepest sympathy for the loss of Constable Heidi Stevenson of the Royal Canadian  Mounted Police. She was a 23 year ...
04/20/2020

Our deepest sympathy for the loss of Constable Heidi Stevenson of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. She was a 23 year veteran.

Statement from Nova Scotia RCMP Commanding Officer, Assistant Commissioner Lee Bergerman

Today is a devastating day for Nova Scotia and it will remain etched in the minds of many, for years to come.

I share with you that we lost Cst. Heidi Stevenson, a 23-year veteran of the Force who was killed, while responding to an active shooter incident.

Heidi answered the call of duty and lost her life while protecting those she served. She was married with two children.

God bless you Constable Stevenson you will never be forgotten. #RCMP #ConstableStevenson #NeverForgotten

A special thank you to Cyndi Bird again for donating more respirator masks and supporting our department and the other T...
04/20/2020

A special thank you to Cyndi Bird again for donating more respirator masks and supporting our department and the other Tarrant County Constable Offices.

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Fort Worth Police Officers Association
04/20/2020

Fort Worth Police Officers Association

Let’s begin this day by praying for the San Marcos Police Department. 💙

Tonight our Department prays for our San Marcos family in this time of loss.
04/19/2020

Tonight our Department prays for our San Marcos family in this time of loss.

04/17/2020
Tarrant County Sheriff's Office

Tarrant County is a team of one and our dispatchers are the best. We can’t thank you enough.

It’s National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. Sheriff Waybourn took a minute to say “Thank You” to our Tarrant County Dispatchers. Our Dispatchers answer a variety of calls for law enforcement, fire and medical emergencies, the Warrants Division, Courtesy Patrol and Tarrant County Constables. They were the voices on the other end of the line on more than 400,000 calls last year. Thank you, Telecommunicators, for all you do behind the scenes.

A special thank you to our Tarrant County Team and all our friends across the nation. We are grateful for all you do.
04/13/2020

A special thank you to our Tarrant County Team and all our friends across the nation. We are grateful for all you do.

From Precinct 7 wish wish everyone a Happy Easter.
04/12/2020

From Precinct 7 wish wish everyone a Happy Easter.

04/11/2020
We are deeply saddened of this loss. May she Rest In Peace
04/10/2020

We are deeply saddened of this loss. May she Rest In Peace

It is with a heavy heart that IMPD Chief Randal Taylor announces the untimely death of IMPD East District Officer Breann Leath.

Officer Leath was a loving mother. A veteran. Daughter of a public servant family. And the example of what an IMPD officer should be.

She will be sorely missed.

04/07/2020
We want to thank Cyndi Bird for donating face masks to our department today. We are grateful for your support. Deputy Sc...
04/06/2020

We want to thank Cyndi Bird for donating face masks to our department today. We are grateful for your support. Deputy Scott Powell with Cyndi Bird embracing the social distancing rules.

04/06/2020
FOX 4 News

Governor Abbott update Monday April 6.

Gov. Greg Abbott is holding a news conference to provide an update on COVID-19 in Texas. http://bit.ly/3aazBIf

A notice from Mansfield Police.
04/06/2020

A notice from Mansfield Police.

Friendly Reminder: There is no solicitation allowed at this time. If you see it going on in your neighborhood, please report it by calling our nonemergency number at 817-473-0211. Thanks!

04/03/2020
KABB FOX 29 News, San Antonio

Live update from Governor Abbott

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is expected to give a state-wide update on hospital bed capacity for the COVID-19 outbreak. This Facebook Live is brought to you by Carabin Shaw, P.C.

STORY: https://bit.ly/2R8vdSV

In the chaos of this virus we didn’t stop to thank one of our deputies who went above and beyond to help an elderly lady...
04/03/2020

In the chaos of this virus we didn’t stop to thank one of our deputies who went above and beyond to help an elderly lady. This occurred during the election and we received this letter just before the virus outbreak. Nevertheless, thank you Deputy Sherri Pierce, great job.

04/02/2020
www.tarrantcounty.com

Tarrant County has provided a page for complete information on Covid19. A chart is located at the bottom of the page.

A look at today’s reported activity for Tarrant County. A tremendous thank you to our first responders and health care p...
04/02/2020

A look at today’s reported activity for Tarrant County.

A tremendous thank you to our first responders and health care professionals.

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1100 E Broad St, Ste 201
Mansfield, TX
76063

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Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
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