Renee Harrell is a 4th generation native Texan. She has proudly served as a law enforcement officer for over 25 years. For 5 years Renee has served as a Deputy Constable with the Williamson County Precinct 2 Constable’s Office.
Renee began her law enforcement career at the age of 18 when she was hired as a jailer and dispatcher for the Copperas Cove Police Department. By the age of 21 Renee was working full-time as a Dispatcher and Jailer for the Copperas Cove Police Department while attending the 40-hour per week Central Texas College Law Enforcement academy.
Upon graduation from the Central Texas College 60th Regional Police academy, Renee began serving as a licensed peace officer with the Copperas Cove Department. Over her career Renee has worked in nearly every aspect of law enforcement, including emergency communications, corrections, patrol, tactical operations, training, narcotics investigations, undercover operations, criminal investigations, and civil process.
During her career, Renee has served as a patrol officer, field training officer, undercover investigator, district attorney investigator and a Federal Task Force Officer with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
Renee is the first female deputy constable ever hired to serve with the Precinct 2 Constable’s Office. Renee was the first female deputy from Williamson County to be selected to serve on the DEA’s Austin Tactical Diversion Task Force.
Renee holds a Master Peace Officer Certification license with the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement and has accumulated over 3,000 hours of law-enforcement training during her career. Renee is also State certified as a Telecommunications Operator and holds a State Civil Process Proficiency Certification.
Renee has received numerous departmental and agency commendations which includes a lifesaving award as well as citizen accolades citing her professionalism, dedication, assistance and valuable contribution to investigations, operations and serving the community.