Roy Parrack announces that he is seeking re-election to the office of Brown County Constable in Precinct 3. He has served as Brown County Constable since 2014.
Roy retired from the Texas Department of Public Safety as a Sgt. Investigator in 2011, with an expertise in criminal investigations related to Motor Vehicle Theft, Heavy Equipment Theft, and Insurance Fraud. He has 44 years in Law Enforcement with 35 commissioned years for the State of Texas. Roy started his DPS career in 1982 in Brown County as a Texas Highway Patrol Trooper, and after promoting to Sgt. in 1989, was stationed in Hurst and later in San Angelo, but returned to Brown County in 1995 to finish out his career.
Roy obtained his Master Peace Officer Certification in 1994. He has received numerous commendations for his role in criminal investigations and criminal apprehensions throughout his DPS career. Roy has a Bachelor’s Degree from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Tx.
Roy received the prestigious honor, Silver Star for Bravery, and is in the National Police Officer’s Hall of Fame for his quick action in the tragic Luby’s Cafeteria shooting in Killeen, Tx. in 1991. Roy has also been recognized by the American Federation of Police for his apprehensions and prevention of crime; the National Equipment Registry for significant recoveries of stolen heavy equipment; U-Haul Corporation for numerous recoveries of stolen U-Haul equipment; and the National Insurance Crime Bureau for combating vehicle theft and insurance fraud.
Roy is married to Charlotte and they have recently celebrated their 41st anniversary. They have three grown daughters and seven grandchildren, all of whom live in Brown County. Roy takes great pride in telling people that his furthest grandbaby is seven miles from his house.
Roy has enjoyed serving as Brown County Precinct 3 Constable. He treasures the opportunity that has been granted to him by the voters in allowing him to continue in his chosen profession and to serve the citizens of Brown County and Pct. 3. Roy has maintained an “open door policy” and welcomes any citizen to call if they have a question.
Roy has taken advantage of the connections and friendships that he has developed over the years with other law enforcements officers and agencies from across the state to better serve the citizens of Brown County. These assets have been used numerous times in assisting with Brown County’s local law enforcement.
Roy Parrack looks forward to meeting new friends in Pct. 3 and to reacquaint himself with old friends. He asks the voters of Pct. 3 for their support and vote for the office of Brown County Constable, Pct. 3 in the March 2020 Republican Primary.