Personnel Complaint Procedures
Please review the information provided on the next two pages.
1. Complete the attached Employee Personnel Complaint form. You will need to
provide a written statement of the events about which you wish to file a
complaint. Please be as detailed as possible. If you need additional space, you
may make a copy of the second page, request a second page from the Alamo
Colleges Police Department or attach a separate piece of paper.
2. The second and any subsequent pages must be notarized. You may have the
form notarized by a notary of your choice or an Alamo Colleges Police
Department notary can provide this service. Please call before stopping by to
ensure a notary is available.
3. The complaint form may be returned to the Alamo Colleges Police Department in
person or by mail.
4. Once received by the Chief of Police, the complaint will be assigned to the
appropriate individual for investigation. This individual will contact you within 10
business days. There may be a need for additional information, clarification of
points in your statement, or other need based on the individual circumstances of
your complaint.
5. Once the investigation is completed, it is submitted to the Chief of Police for
6. You will be informed of the disposition by the office of the Chief of Police.
7. If you have any questions during the process, please call the individual assigned
to the complaint or the office of the Chief of Police.
Complaints should be submitted in person or by mail to:
Chief of Police
Alamo Colleges Police Department
201 W. Sheridan, Bldg. C
San Antonio, Texas 78204
For additional information, questions, or assistance with completing the complaint form
call 210-485-0088.
The following information relates to the filing of complaints with the Alamo Colleges
Police Department. It is provided as information only.
Sec. 37.02 Perjury. (a) A person commits an offense, if with intent to deceive and with
knowledge of the statement’s meaning:
(1) he makes a false statement under oath or swears to the truth of a false
statement previously made and the statement is required or authorized by
law to be made under oath; or
(2) he makes a false sworn declaration under Chapter 132, Civil Practice and
Remedies Code.
(b) An offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor.
Sec. 37.03. Aggravated Perjury. (a) A person commits an offense if he commits
perjury as defined in Section 37.02 and the false statement:
(1) is made during or in connection with an official proceeding; and
(2) is material.
(b) An offense under this section is a felony of the third degree.
Complaint Against Law Enforcement Officer Or Firefighter
Sec. 614.022. Complaint to be in Writing and Signed by Complainant. To be considered
by the head of a state agency or by the head of a fire or police department, the
complaint must be: (1) in writing, and (2) signed by the person making the complaint.
Sec. 614.023. Copy of Complaint to be Given to Officer or Employee.
(a) A copy of a signed complaint against a law enforcement officer, fire fighter, or
police officer shall be given to the officer or employee within a reasonable
time after the complaint is filed.
(b) Disciplinary action may not be taken against the officer or employee unless a
copy of the signed complaint is given to the officer or employee.
Acts 1993, 73
Leg., ch/263. Sec.1, eff. 9-1-93
STATE OF __________________
COUNTY OF ________________
Before me, the undersigned authority in and for the State of __________________,
on this day personally appeared ___________________________________, who,
after being by me duly sworn, deposed and said:
My name is ________________________________________. I am of sound mind, 18
years of age or older, and competent to give this affidavit.
Affidavit of ____________________
Page _____ of _____
I have read the above statement consisting of __ page(s), which is based on my personal
knowledge, and it is true and correct.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, the undersigned authority, on this the ____ day
of _____________, A.D. _____.