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Travis County’s Elfant and Lopez Receive Top Honors

July 2, 2012 - Austin, Texas

Travis County Constable Bruce Elfant and his Chief Deputy Carlos Lopez made history recently when they both received the highest honors from a statewide organization representing justices of the peace and constables.

Constable Bruce Elfant and Chief Deputy Carlos Lopez Take Top Honors

It was the first time in the nearly 70-year history of the Justices of the Peace & Constables Association of Texas (JPCA) that two individuals from the same county earned both the Constable of the Year and Deputy of the Year awards during JPCA’s recent annual conference.

“Constable Elfant was named Constable of the Year because of his long-standing leadership, dedication and vision on behalf of Texas Constables and Justices of the Peace during his nearly 20 years as a constable,” said JPCA president Chad Jordan. “Chief Deputy Lopez was named Deputy of the Year because of his work to improve the training and professionalism of Texas constables.” Elfant and Lopez are well-regarded in Austin for providing excellent customer service, collaborating with other agencies to improve services and for their community involvement.

“To be recognized in this manner by my colleagues across Texas is a tremendous honor,” Elfant said. Lopez agreed, saying, “My work on behalf of Texas constables has been very rewarding and receiving this award is very gratifying.”

Elfant has been a Travis County Constable since 1993 and has served as JPCA President, chair of the JPCA Legislative Committee and Vice President of the Texas Association of Counties.

Lopez has been Chief Deputy for Precinct Five for 30 years and served on the JPCA Board of Directors and the JPCA Education Committee.

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