Simultaneously service - an independent school district police chief may simultaneously serve as a constable in the precinct in which the school district is located.|Constables - an independent school district police chief may simultaneously serve as a constable in the precinct in which the school district is located.
Weight enforcement officer, Constable, Sheriff's Deputies|Constable, Sheriff's Deputies, Weight enforcement officer|Weight Enforcement officer|Dual commission, constable and sheriff
Responsibility to two employers does not violate common-law doctrine|Practical difficulties of holding two positions, not addressed by common-law doctrine|Commissions from more than one law enforcement agency, whether a licensed peace officer may simultaneously hold|Commissioned Peace Officer
City Administrator of City of League City, Assistant Chief of Police on paid leave of absence is barred from serving as\r\n|City Administrator of City of League City, Assistant Chief of Police on paid leave of absence from position is barred from serving as\r\n|Assistant Chief of Police in City of League City does not hold civil service position\r\n
Government Code chapter 27 and Occupations Code chapter 1702, neither prohibits a justice of the peace from serving as a court-appointed investigator to represent an indigent defendant in a felony case|A court-appointed investigator does not hold a \\"civil office\\" under Texas Constitution article 16, section 40 and is not an \\"officer\\" as that term is defined for purposes of the common-law incompatibility doctrine
Police officer, sheriff's deputy and school security officer not necessarily civil officers of emolument (Affirmed by Tex. Att'y Gen. LO-93-059)|Security officer of school district, whether city police officer or sheriff's deputy may serve as (Affirmed by Tex. Att'y Gen. LO-93-059)|Civil office of emolument, security officer of school district, city police officer and sheriff's deputy do not hold as a matter of law (Affirmed by Tex. Att'y Gen. LO-93-059)
Licensure exemption for peace officer directly employed by recipient of security services|Private investigator, peace officer directly employed by recipient of security services exempt from licensure as|Private investigator, exemption from licensure as for peace officer directly employed by recipient of security services
Whether an elected constable may serve an independent school district as a school resource officer under particular circumstances