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Summer 2022

ACA Conference in Flagstaff


President Ron Williams
3:25 PM 2/5/2021
     2020 was a rough year for everyone, but the Arizona Constables Association was able to make the best of it! We had to cancel our 2020 Flagstaff conference, but we were able to offer on-line courses so as to allow our members to meet their statutorily required training hours.

     In August of 2020 the ACA participated in the '4th Annual Doc Holli-days' parade, and in October we participated in the '91st Annual Helldorado Days' parade, both in Tombstone, Arizona. The ACA is proud to support Arizona’s Wild West past.

     In January, we wrapped up our 2021 Winter Conference as well as New Constable Basic Training, held at the Tubac Golf Resort & Spa. The conference was an outstanding success due to our careful safety measures, including twice-daily temperature checks of attendees, twice daily disinfecting of classroom surfaces, social distancing, and mask requirements. I am proud to report we had over 50 attendees, consisting of sheriff's office personnel, constables, deputy constables, constable support staff, and court personnel!!

     During our business meeting at the Tubac Conference, we held a special election to fill a general board position. I am proud to announce that Constables Nathan Wallace of Maricopa County was elected to fill that seat.

     Our next training conference will be held in Flagstaff, from July 20th through July 22nd, 2021. Save the date, and check back later this year for the registration forms.

Ron Williams
Arizona Constables Association


January 23rd, 2020
     The Arizona Constables Association, which represents the majority of the Constables in the State of Arizona awarded Tony McDaniel their Constable of the Year Award.

     Constable McDaniel was originally appointed by the Gila County Board of Supervisors in 2016 and was subsequently elected in 2018 for the Payson Justice Precinct.

     Constables are an integral part of the Justice Court system in the State of Arizona. A Constable is an elected official who serves as the peace officer of the court. In addition to providing judicial security services, Constables are empowered to serve all cases given to them by the Justice of the Peace or other Judges. The process includes service of criminal and civil subpoenas and summonses, writs of restitution (eviction orders), writs of execution (orders to collect judgments), writs of replevin (orders to seize property), orders of protection, injunctions against harassment, and warrants as well as any other orders from the courts. Constables may also be involved in the sale of seized property, summoning jurors for trials, and posting of liquor license notices.

     Constables who are elected by voters within their judicial precincts are able to provide timely and cost efficient service by working directly with the courts in their local communities to ensure the court's orders are served with justice in an ethical and respectful manner.


Welcome to the Arizona Constables Association web site. This site has been developed to assist you with learning more about this elected position.

Did you know that the job of a Constable varies depending on the county he or she works in?

Constables have been a part of Arizona since the days of the Wild West. On our About page, the constable's rich history will take you on a journey from territorial days to present times.

Although the Ethics, Standards and Training Board is a separate entity from the Association, several association members serve on the Ethics, Standards and Training Board, which oversees the conduct of Arizona's Constables. For more information about the board, browse over to our Ethics, Standards and Training Board page.

Under the Members Section you will find a listing of the current members of the Association and their biographical information.

We hope you enjoy this site and if you have any further need to contact a board member, please see the Board Members page.


ACA Scholarship 2021
Shawn Romo
ACA Scholarship 2021
Alexandria Gremmel
     Congratulations to Shawn Romo, Lauren Stevenson, and Alexandria Gremmel for being the three recipients for $1000 academic scholarships. This was our biggest year ever, with eleven applicants! Every year, the ACA awards three scholarships to eligible students, in amounts of $1000 apiece.