Villalba has taken a post in Tulia to serve as the Swisher County extension agent. This was his last week to serve Jack County.
Villalba served the county for 18 months. He told commissioners it is unusual for an agent to serve less than two years, but he feels fortunate for the opportunity to advance in his career and be closer to family in Lubbock.
Law enforcement software
Chief Deputy Melissa Wade addressed the commissioners court Monday concerning replacing the sheriff department’s operational software.
The department hopes to replace its current software with a more advanced product, Justice Solutions. The software can track incidents, warrants, criminal histories, jail bookings jail maintenance, and more.
See the full article in the Jack County Herald, Nov. 1