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Deputy Constable Alex Chavez

Deputy A. Chavez has been a full-time Deputy for Bexar County Precinct 1 since Oct 2005. Prior to his employment with Bexar County Precinct 1 he was a full time Police Officer for St Mary's University Police Department and a Deputy for Bexar County Precinct Five.


During his years in Law Enforcement, he has worked with delinquents and volatile situations throughout the county. He has an extensive knowledge of the County and the dynamics of the communities involved. He has also been assigned to the following areas; Bike Patrol, A.S.A.P Unit, and Warrants Division. Presently, Deputy Chavez is assigned to the Traffic Division and the D.A.R.E / G.R.E.A.T. Unit of Precinct One.


Deputy Chavez has also participated in the "Low Light Shooting" training conducted by the Bexar County Sheriff's Office.                               


Deputy Constable Gabriel R. Medina

Deputy Gabriel R. Medina joined the Bexar County Constable's Office Precinct 1 in May of 2005 with six years of previous Correctional Management Experience as an Intake Supervisor, and Classification Gang Intelligence Officer.


Deputy Medina has served in several divisions since joining the Constable's Office. He has served as a Bike Patrol Officer, A.S.A.P. Officer, Civil Officer, and a Warrant Officer. Deputy Medina is presently assigned to the D.A.R.E / G.R.E.A.T. Unit and the Traffic Division of Precinct 1. In addition to this, he is a certified Crime Free Program Trainer and G.R.E.A.T. Families Lead-Facilitator.


Deputy Medina is a strong believer in the philosophy by an unknown author, "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for life." In other words, to understand and benefit from anything, it's imperative that we participate in it with hands on. Deputy Medina is truly confident the DARE / G.R.E.A.T Program far exceeds this criteria to help guide our youth in the right direction.



Bexar County Constable Precinct 1
3505 Pleasanton Rd
San Antonio, TX 78221
(210) 335-2806