About SSCPS


Dependability. Efficiency. Integrity. Service.

About SSCPS

South Shore Constable & Process Servers is owned and operated by Rick Nuñez, Constable, Process Server and Public Notary, of New Bedford, Massachusetts. 

Founded in 2018, SSCPS's mission is to provide quality service in a time sensitive manner, with respect to all persons, laws and authorities. 

SSCPS serves Bristol County Massachusetts with a commitment to integrity and efficiency, providing dependable solutions for serving legal documents and processes to the public.

 





Constable Rick Nuñez

Constable, Process Server, Public Notary

Rick Nuñez is a native of New Bedford, Massachusetts and an authorized Constable and Public Notary within Bristol County, Massachusetts.

  Phone: 774-206-1990

  Email: rnconstableservices@yahoo.com





Training & Education 


  • The Power & Duties of the Massachusetts Constable

Commonwealth Police Service


  • Online Civil Process Review

Texas Process Servers Academy


  • Crisis Management Training

Render Safe Consultants


  • Online Legal update Edition

South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy


  • Service of Process in the Digital Age: Understanding the New Process Server Regulations)

National Academy of Continuing Legal Education


  • Close Quarters Pistol Combative

D-Tac Academy 

  • Officer Safety
  • Sovereign Citizens
  • Court Security
  • Firearms Safety
  • Stop the Bleed 
National Constables and  Marshals Associations



Associations

National Constables & Marshals Association

National Association of Professional Process Servers

National Crime Prevention Council

National Tactical Officers Association

Massachusetts Constabulary 

National Rifle Association



History of Constable

Ancient in origin, the office of Constable has been of high power and prestige in the history of the world.  In feudal times, the office of Constable was one high military rank, and eventually ex officio commander in chief of the military forces. He was the highest judge in military offenses and in questions of chivalry and honor.  He was the supreme arbitrator in tilts, tournament and martial displays.

The term High Office of Constable appears in England shortly after the Conquest as the seventh great officer of the Crown, possessing both Civil and Criminal powers.  Since the year 1521, the title of High Constable has not been granted except for a special ceremony of state.

The Constable has been part of the our American civilization since the earliest of Colonial times.  In each of our original communities, the Constable was on the earliest offices created, and it was his important duty to keep the king's peace.

The Constable continues today as a public officer possessing extensive powers. See Hartley Vs. Inhabitants of Granville 216 Mass.38. However the duties of Constable have been modified from time to time by custom and statue.