The Civil Division is made-up of Precinct 7 Constable Deputies. They are responsible for serving civil papers that are issued through the offices of the Justices of the Peace, Position One, and Position Two. The Civil Service Division is supervised by Sgt. Randolph McClinton.
County, state, district, and federal courts also issue papers. The civil processes include but are not limited to:
- Distress Warrants
- Habeas Corpus
- Notice Sequestration
- Restraining Orders
- Eviction Notices
- Protective Order
Civil Division - Clerks
Roberta Ewing, Chief Clerk
Carolyn Carrethers, Assistant Chief Clerk
Maria Sierra - Clerk Supervisor
Dwight Tolbert - Civil Clerk
Cynthia Perryman - Civil Clerk
Dorris Pierre - Civil Clerk
Margie Bassey Receptionist
Civil Clerk's responsibilities include but are not limited to processing papers that are issued through the offices of the Justices of the Peace, Position One, and Position Two. County, state, district, and federal courts also issue papers. Precinct 7 Civil Clerks process all traffic citations, offense reports, and expunction files. They are the liaison to courts and other precincts regarding location, dissemination, and service of all civil papers.
*Harris County Precinct 7 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, and age.