Precinct 3 Constable’s Office announced the passing of Precinct 3 Constable Kevin Stofle.

Williamson County and the Precinct 3 Constable’s Office announced with heavy hearts the death of Precinct 3 Constable Kevin Stofle.

Kevin Stofle was appointed to serve as the Constable for Precinct 3 on March 18, 2013, in a unanimous vote by the Williamson County Commissioners Court.  Constable Stofle has been a resident of Precinct 3 in Williamson County since 1980, has 33 years of law enforcement experience, is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and holds both a Master Peace Officer License and a Law Enforcement Instructors License.  Kevin served as the Assistant Chief of Police with the Georgetown Police Department and was the Emergency Management Coordinator for the City of Georgetown.  Kevin also served as a lead instructor for the Texas Institute of Public Problem Solving at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin from 1999 to 2005 and is a nationally certified instructor for the United States Department of Justice.  Constable Stofle has over 20 years of personnel and project management experience and is a conflict resolution mediator and instructor.

Constable Kevin Stofle

Kevin is married to Laura Stofle, has four children, and is an active member of Celebration Church in Georgetown.  He has a long history of community service which includes serving on the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity, Project Graduation volunteer for over 20 years, GISD mentor, youth baseball coach, and numerous positions within his church.

The Precinct 3 Constable’s office serves the cities of Florence, Georgetown, Jarrell, Weir, and a portion of Round Rock as well as all unincorporated areas of Precinct 3 in Williamson County.  They are responsible for the service of civil process, warrants, probation revocation apprehensions, and all environmental crime investigations in Williamson County, as well as serving the security needs of the Precinct 3 Justice Court.

This office serves all civil process, orders and arrest warrants issued by Justice Courts, County Courts and District Courts. 

Please keep his family, friends and co-workers in your thoughts and prayers during this extremely difficult time. The Precinct 3 Constable’s Office will be closed this week in his honor.

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