Honorable Matt Wylie
Phone: (817) 556-6163
Fax: (817) 556-6868
3390 FM 1434
Cleburne, Texas 76033
Constable Matt Wylie lives in Rio Vista, Texas. He comes from a Law enforcement family, where his father and mother were both Ft. Worth Police Officers. Matt’ s father retired from the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office in 2008 and his mother retired from The Federal Aviation Administration in 2012.Matt has one brother who is a Sergeant with the Texas Department of Public Safety. Matt has been married to his wife, Becky (Bachhofer) for 25 years and they have two daughters, (Skyler Jones & Haley Wylie). Matt has one grandson (Derek Jones) and two granddaughters (Oaklyn Jones who passed way in 2016 and Haizlyn Jones born in August of 2018)
Matt started his law enforcement career in the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office in 1989, working in the Mill Street jail. Matt achieved the rank of corporal. In 1991 Matt graduated the Tarrant County Junior College’s 48th Basic Police Academy and started on patrol with Johnson County Sheriff’s Office.
In 2000 Matt was a candidate and was elected Constable Precinct One, Johnson County. He served the citizens of Johnson County until 2007, when he left for the private sector, all the while remaining as a reserve deputy Constable. In 2013 Matt returned to public service and was re-elected as the Constable Precinct One, Johnson County.
During his law enforcement career Matt Wylie has earned his Master Peace Officer’s License, Instructor Certification, along with numerous other specialized certifications. Matt has also obtained his Civil Process Proficiency Certificate. Matt is a recipient of the distinguished FBI-LEEDA Trilogy Award.
Matt is a life time member of the Justices of the Peace and Constables Association, where he has served on the JPCA Civil Process Education Committee since 2013. In 2017 he achieved the position of Chairman of the JPCA Civil Process Education Committee, where he still serves the members of JPCA. Matt is a life time member of The Justice of the Peace and Constables’ Association, West Texas JPCA, North Texas JPCA and National Constables and Marshalls Association. Matt is also a master mason.