Welcome to Pennsylvania State Constables Association (PSCA)
The Pennsylvania State Constables Association has been operating for over 40 years.
The Pennsylvania State Constables Association (PSCA) is the oldest organization of sworn state constables in Pennsylvania. We are the voice of those who dedicate their lives to serving our communities.
The purposes of the PSCA:
- Increase the proficiency of Constables and Deputy Constables;
- Facilitate the disposition of the service of process of all courts and agencies through the development of procedures, systems and techniques;
- To determine, recommend fundamental policies, principles and standards for the Constable System;
- Promote, coordinate and engage in research activities and the interchange of practical information relating to the development of educational programs for member Constables and Deputy Constables; and
- Perform such other functions, from time to time, necessary to improve, upgrade and support the Constable System.
What is a Pennsylvania State Constable:
A Pennsylvania State Constable is an elected office held in all Pennsylvania townships, boroughs, and cities except Philadelphia. The Pennsylvania Constables are sworn law enforcement officers who serve six-year terms and have the authority in Pennsylvania to arrest by warrant anywhere in the Commonwealth, and to conduct warrantless arrests for felonies and breaches of the peace committed in their presence, including warrantless arrests for felony violations of the drug laws.