The Travis County Sheriff's Reserve Officer Association is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation.
TCSO Reserve Unit; Captain Mark Grosvenor
The Travis County Sheriff's Reserve Officer Association is a group of volunteer deputies and
corrections officers who provide a variety of duties for the Sheriff's Office at great savings to
the taxpayers of Travis County.
The primary function of the Reserve Unit deputies is to supplement uniformed patrol for full-time
deputies who are on leave due to sickness, vacation, or military leave. The Reserve Unit is also
activated when additional deputies are needed due to man-made or natural disasters, such as severe
weather events, wildfires and Homeland Security concerns.
The primary function of the Reserve Unit corrections officers is to supplement full-time corrections
officers in all aspects of corrections. These include working at the Travis County Jail or at the Travis
County Correctional Complex. After certification, Reserve corrections officers can perform transportation
duties, hospital duty and other more advanced assignments.
Members of the Sheriff's Reserve Unit are sworn deputies and/or corrections officers who are
committed to volunteer 16 hours per month on average. In addition, members must complete 20 to 40
hours of state and Sheriff's Office required mandatory training per year. Members must also qualify
with their firearms per Sheriff's Office policy to maintain proficiency.
For information on joining contact:
Capt. Mark Grosvenor.
Last updated 02 Mar 16 (c) 2016 TCSROA.org