Comal County Sheriff's Office
A message from Sheriff Mark Reynolds
The COVID-19 Pandemic has caused stress and concern for all of us. The Sheriff’s Office is asking all residents to continue to follow the guidelines set forth by President Trump, Governor Abbott and the CDC. Social Distancing and staying home is difficult for many of us. It is in the best interest of public health and safety.
When we stop the spread, we can treat those affected and get this behind us. We are Texas and Comal County; together we will prevail and get through this. In an effort to serve the citizens of Comal County, we are unveiling our Online Reporting System. Those wishing to file a report online may do so by clicking on the link on the Sheriff’s Office Main Page.
It is designed to be a convenience and option for those choosing it and not meant to replace the in-person services of this office. If you ever need a deputy to respond in person, we are always at the ready.
Mark W. Reynolds, Sheriff
Due to orders from the Governor’s Office, The jail will be suspending visitation until further notice. Click Here for More Information
The Comal County Sheriff's Office is committed to serving all of our citizens and visitors with professional law enforcement representing honor, integrity, courage, strength and character as the five points of the Sheriff's Star
We are committed to making Comal County a safe place to live, raise a family, work and visit. We are committed in this effort through crime prevention initiatives and the protection of life and property.
Services, Forms and General Information
Training For Citizens
Citizens Sheriff's Academy
The Citizens Sheriff's Academy is an 11 week long training class rated A+ for its content and quality of instruction.
Classes start in late February or early March.
Citizens Sheriff's Academy Information & Application