Judge Wayne L. Mack
Justice of the Peace, Pct. 1, Justice Court 1
Montgomery County Texas
Judge Wayne Mack has had a distinguished career of public service and Law Enforcement in Montgomery County. In 1985 Wayne worked for a local church’s youth department and joined the Building Maintenance Dept. of Montgomery County in 1986. Wayne’s work ethic & dedication led to rapid promotion to Foreman and soon after to the role of Supervisor. In 1995, Commissioner’s Court named Wayne the Director of Building Custodial Services for Montgomery County until May 2014.
After winning the 2014 Republican Primary Montgomery County Commissioners' Court appointed Judge Mack to fulfill retiring Judge Lanny Moriarty's unexpired term and was sworn in on May 1st, 2014. Judge Mack will begin his elected 4 year term Jan 1, 2015. In short time he has been in office he has kept his promises to increase Court operations office hour to 5 days a week, implemented new Court management software and updated technology and started a new Chaplaincy program that currently has over 60 Churches and Pastors participating that respond to assist Law Enforcement in times of crisis and tragedy to help families affected to help them start the process of grieving & healing.
Judge Mack’s Law Enforcement career
In 2000 Wayne graduated from the Lone Star Community College Police Academy and joined Precinct One Constable Don Chumley as a Deputy Reserve Constable in 2000. Shortly after joining, Wayne was promoted to Captain of the Reserve Division, which supports the department by serving civil process, works patrol, warrant round-ups and work security details at many special events in Precinct One.
In 2003, Wayne revived the Conroe Police Department’s Reserve Unit program. Wayne was the Reserve Unit’s Supervisor for 10 years. The CPD Reserve Unit, which is assigned to the Conroe Police Department Patrol Division, provides patrols in subdivisions, work traffic enforcement, Criminal Investigation Division, and many special events. Wayne has been recognized as Reserve Officer of the Year and has received a Chief’s award for distinguished service & commitment. (Reserve Officers are all non-paid positions.)
Wayne worked part time for Constable Gene DeForest, Pct. 2, as a MAP unit for four years. Wayne is also a adjunct instructor at the Montgomery County Sheriff's Academy.