About Constable, Precinct 4

Constable Marty Ruble is a resident of Taylor, Texas, and was elected to his first term of office in 1996. Constable Ruble is currently in his third term of office as your Constable. Prior to becoming your Constable, Marty served as a Deputy Constable for Precinct Four for Constable Greg Quebe. Constable Ruble has worked in law enforcement and public safety for over 16 years. Marty attended East Texas State University and is a graduate of the very first Constable Leadership Institute from Southwest Texas State University, now known as Texas State University. Constable Ruble is a Master Licensed Texas Peace Officer, and Crime Prevention Inspector, Texas Licensed State Instructor, and Texas Licensed Firearms Instructor, issued through the Texas Commission of Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education.

Constable Ruble has received training from the FBI and from the NRA firearms schools. Marty also teaches Texas Concealed Handgun Training for private citizens to qualify for concealed carry licenses in the State of Texas and recognized in several adjoining states. Marty believes that persons should be able to defend themselves and with proper training can do it safely. Marty teaches Hunter Safety so that our youth can enjoy the sport and evade possible hunting related injuries.

Some of Constable Ruble’s noteworthy service is that he responded to the scene of the Jarrell tornado incident May 27, 1997, assisting with rescue and recovery efforts. Constable Ruble provided security and assisted in the identification process of the 27 deceased persons from that tragic event. He and his staff provide security free of charge for several community events including the Taylor Rodeo, Tractor Pull, Taylor Jaycees rattlesnake Roundup, Relay for Life (walk for cure of cancer), Williamson County Livestock Show, and numerous charitable events. The Precinct 4 Constable's Office also has provided bicycle safety training for children free of charge.

Constable Ruble was the first Constable in Williamson County to start an evening shift dedicated primarily for the delivery of process to persons who work during the daytime. As the deputies are allowed, they work warrants on the new evening shift as well. This has resulted in a 24-hour turn around on 90% of process received by his office.

Marty is married to his wife, Carrie, and is the father of two children. Constable Ruble is very active in programs benefiting youth with FFA related activities. Marty has served previously as a member of the Williamson County Crisis Center for battered women, past Scout Master, and Unit Commissioner for the Boy Scouts of America.

Constable Ruble is a member of the Justice of the Peace and Constable’s Association of Texas as well as a member of the Central Texas Justice of the Peace and Constable’s Association. Marty was awarded Constable of the Year in 2000 by CTJPCA, and Congressman John R. Carter Distinguished Service Award in 2003.