Want to help promote justice and community safety?

Why Join Our Team?

At Bexar County Pretrial Services, it is our job to assist the courts by collecting information from the defendants and compiling a report of the defendant’s past demographic and criminal history. Based on the information provided, the court can decide whether to release someone on Pretrial Supervision. If the court orders conditions and/or releases someone on a personal recognizance bond, it is our job to supervise the defendant during the pretrial status of their case.  During this supervision, we will then report compliance or non-compliance to the court. If you are looking for a career in criminal justice where you can help make positive changes in people’s lives, consider Bexar County Pretrial Services. Pretrial Services offers an exciting work environment where you can learn and grow. 

Need Assistance? Call Us at 210-33508964

Come Visit Us at 222 South Comal #100


Learn About Our Benefits

Bexar County values the contributions of all its employees, providing a rich benefits package that supports the physical and mental well-being of employees and their families alike.

Through access to an extensive Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and affordable medical plans, employees and their families are able to acquire resources that aid their physical and mental well-being at little to no cost. Bexar County is committed to offering benefits that reward employees and their families for their service to a challenging and rewarding career.

  • Competitive Medical benefit plan options for your budget!
  • Dental benefits
  • Vision care plan
  • Life insurance (basic and voluntary plan options)
  • Prescription drug program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts (flexible, tax-deferred health and dependent care accounts)
  • Generous 2:1 retirement match
  • Longevity pay
  • Paid leave (sick, vacation, holidays, personal, military)
  • Financial benefits including savings programs and deferred compensation plans (457 plans)
  • Supplemental insurances including: short and long term disability, critical illness, intensive care, cancer care, and accident plans
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Wellness Rewards
  • Onsite Employee Health and Wellness Clinic
  • Education benefits including tuition assistance and training
  • Transportation benefits including a Flex Spending Account, Van Pool and Carpool services, and VIA bus services

Benefits Highlights

ᐅ Medical, Telemedicine, Prescription Drugs, Dental, & Vision Plans

ᐅ Onsite Fitness Gym, Health and Wellness Programs

ᐅ Dependent Care, Basic Term Life, Whole Life, Accidental Death & Dismemberment, Employee Assistance Program

ᐅ Vacation Leave, Sick Leave, Personal Leave, Holiday Leave, FLSA, FMLA

Who We’re Looking For

Specific to the positions

  • Individuals with the ability to:
    • pay attention to detail, 
    • cooperate with others, 
    • maintain composure, 
    • and avoid aggressive behavior, even in very difficult situations; 
    • take on responsibilities and challenges; 
    • lead, 
    • accept criticism, 
    • and deal calmly and effectively under high-stress situations; 
    • accurately enter data,
    • organize information efficiently,
    • effectively respond to questions and complaints,
    • communicate effectively with hostile, abusive, or irrational individuals
    • maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, Department/Division Heads, County employees, government agencies, and the general public
  • Must possess a valid driver's license
  • Must secure and maintain a favorable background investigation by the Bexar County Sheriff's Office or Bexar County Fire Marshal’s Office
  • Must clear a pre-employment physical and a pre-employment drug screen test
  • May work more than 40 hours during the workweek

  1. Pretrial Bond Officer II
  • Must have graduated from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, or a closely related field, and one (1) year of criminal justice system experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Ability to:
    • Obtain National Criminal Information Center, Texas Criminal Information Center certification within one (1) year of employment
    • Have motor vehicle liability insurance, personal injury insurance, and a personal vehicle