The Auxiliary Service Division consists of Code Enforcement, Warrants, Court Security, Training, Animal Services, and Special Projects.
The City of Schertz Code Officers make sure city codes and ordinances are met so Schertz continues to be a livable city. We do this by educating, collaborating and partnering with neighborhoods, local businesses, non-profits, and other City of Schertz Departments.
Environmental Health maintains the balance between code compliance and code enforcement by implementing programs to ensure a minimum standard is met.
Code Officers identify dangerous and substandard conditions in each of the districts they are assigned.
City codes and ordinances have been created to protect the health, safety, and quality of life for the citizens of Schertz. If there is a problem property in your neighborhood, call 311.
Special Projects Office branch of Auxiliary Services of the Schertz Police Department. The duties involve providing crime prevention and safety resources to the community through programs, presentations, and information. The Special Projects office also serves as a communication source to the community in addressing crime and safety concerns and the development of new/innovative crime prevention and safety initiatives for the community.
Attached to the Support Services Division and reporting directly to Lieutenant Hillory Halbardier is the Special Projects Officer, Officer Anna Kraft. Officer Kraft is in charge services such as the Citizens Police Academy and Crime Prevention. Officer Kraft is normally available Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., but can adjust her shift to accommodate special groups such as Neighborhood Watch Programs and Home Owners Association meetings.
Providing crime prevention, safety, and community relations in making the community of Schertz a safe, secure, place to live and work.
Our Warrant Officers are full time sworn Peace Officers who are responsible for attempting to locate individuals with outstanding warrants. These officers can go to the persons home, place of employment, or any place the person may be located.
The court will issue a warrant when:
You violated your promise to appear on your citation
You failed to comply with the orders of the court
You did not complete a payment plan or fail to make payments as directed
You failed to appear on a summons, bond or to appear.