Hi, I'm Pete Munoz


Pete was born in Fort Worth and raised in the North Side community. He grew up as one of 5 children to hard working parents that emigrated from Mexico in the 70’s and became naturalized U.S. citizens in the 80’s. His parents and family have been part of the North Side community since 1974 and have done everything they could to help their kids become strong role models. Pete graduated from North Side High School in 1996. Pete married his high school sweetheart, Edna (Maldonado) Muñoz, and have been married for over 22 years. Pete and Edna have raised 3 children in Fort Worth and are deeply rooted in the community. Pete attended McPherson College in McPherson, Kansas and later transferred to Texas Wesleyan University.


Pete has served 20 years as a Texas Peace Officer. In those 20 years, he has held multiple respected positions including Patrol Officer, SWAT Operator, Criminal Interdiction, School Resource Officer, Deputy Constable, and Truancy Officer. Pete is also an A.L.I.C.E. (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) certified instructor, which is a citizen’s response to an Active Shooter incident. Pete currently holds a Texas Master Peace Officer license; the highest level license for a police officer in the State of Texas. Holding these positions has given Pete a huge advantage and insight, which will tremendously help provide a positive impact to the Constable’s Office and our communities.

Future Vision

Professional Law Enforcement

Pete’s goal is to operate the Precinct 5 Constable’s Office in an efficient and fiscally responsible manner; procedures for logging and tracking money and property are key. Accountability is one of Pete’s pillars in life and professional career. The Office will be diligent and swift when serving civil process for our great citizens. The Office will maintain safety and security for the Justice of the Peace Court, so citizens can conduct business in an efficient and safe environment. The Office will be proactive in their efforts to build trust and confidence between law enforcement and our Tarrant County communities.