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Mission: While promoting individual responsibility and community commitment, the Frisco Police Department will work together in a spirit that resolves problems, reduces crime and the fear of crime, and provides a safe environment for everyone. The Frisco Police Department envisions being recognized by our citizens and our peers as the standard of excellence in law enforcement by leading in collaborative partnerships and community service, personnel development, innovation, and the effective use of technology.

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So long 2020, bring on 2021!Happy New Year to everyone!
01/01/2021

So long 2020, bring on 2021!

Happy New Year to everyone!

Going out tonight? Make a plan for getting home. The decision you make now will determine where you end up when the part...
12/31/2020

Going out tonight? Make a plan for getting home. The decision you make now will determine where you end up when the party's over. Drive sober, designate a sober driver, or use a ride service...no excuses. It's that easy to save a life.

#ArriveAlive #BuzzedDrivingisDrunkDriving

12/31/2020
City of Frisco TX - City Hall

City of Frisco TX - City Hall

The City of Frisco kept #ProgressinMotion during a challenging year. Let’s look back on the accomplishments during the city’s 2020 fiscal year.

The Administrative offices of the Frisco Police Department will be closed on New Year's Day. As always, our officers, di...
12/31/2020

The Administrative offices of the Frisco Police Department will be closed on New Year's Day.

As always, our officers, dispatchers, and detention staff are on duty 24/7. #CallUsIfYouNeedUs

Buzzed Driving and Drunk Driving are one in the same. If you're going out to celebrate 2021, make the right choice and d...
12/30/2020

Buzzed Driving and Drunk Driving are one in the same. If you're going out to celebrate 2021, make the right choice and drive sober, designate a sober driver, or use a ride service...no excuses. #ArriveAlive

City of Frisco TX - City Hall
12/30/2020

City of Frisco TX - City Hall

📢Just a friendly reminder that there will be no trash or recycling services this Friday, New Year's Day. If your regular pickup day is Friday, your pickup moves to Saturday instead. For a full listing of holiday hours and closures please visit: tinyurl.com/yczfypuj

Awesome! We are glad to have Kelsey as part of our family!
12/30/2020

Awesome! We are glad to have Kelsey as part of our family!

Congratulations Kelsey on reaching the one year mark with Frisco 9-1-1!

If your wipers are on, turn your headlights on! It’s all about seeing and being seen.‬ ‪Wherever you are headed this mor...
12/30/2020

If your wipers are on, turn your headlights on! It’s all about seeing and being seen.‬ ‪Wherever you are headed this morning, drive safely. Slow down and watch for standing water.

Your place or ours? Make the right choice. Please celebrate the New Year safely and responsibly. Drive sober, designate ...
12/29/2020

Your place or ours? Make the right choice. Please celebrate the New Year safely and responsibly. Drive sober, designate a driver, call for a ride service...no excuses. #AriveAlive #BuzzedDrivingisDrunkDriving

#TrafficTipTuesday - Remember that traffic laws apply to both vehicles and bicycles. Kindness, courtesy, and patience ar...
12/29/2020

#TrafficTipTuesday - Remember that traffic laws apply to both vehicles and bicycles. Kindness, courtesy, and patience are key components for sharing the road and ensuring the safety of all.

We are #InThisTogether! #OneFrisco #ShareTheRoad

Great message from our partners at NHTSA. Ring in the New Year the responsible way. Drive sober or plan for a sober ride...
12/28/2020
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Great message from our partners at NHTSA. Ring in the New Year the responsible way. Drive sober or plan for a sober ride...no excuses.

#ArriveAlive #BuzzedDrivingisDrunkDriving

https://youtu.be/I4PMipk1U40

The consequences of drunk driving, are always there, following you like a wave, ready to crash at any moment. Whether it’s getting a DUI, your insurance goin...

FRIENDLY REMINDER - The possession or discharge of fireworks within the city limits of Frisco is prohibited and carries ...
12/28/2020

FRIENDLY REMINDER - The possession or discharge of fireworks within the city limits of Frisco is prohibited and carries a fine of up to $2000.00.

Celebrate the new year safely (and legally)!

12/28/2020
Frisco Fire Department

Frisco Fire Department

Get rid of that dry tree when Christmas is over. A dry tree can catch fire easily. The City of Frisco's Environmental Services Dept. holiday recycling schedule can be found online.

City of Frisco TX - City Hall
12/27/2020

City of Frisco TX - City Hall

🚧 Weekly Roadwork Roundup - Dec 28, 2020 🚧
Five (5) roadway projects may impact traffic this coming week. All of the projects listed below will be completed within two weeks (weather permitting) unless otherwise noted.

Street Light Outage at Coit Rd between Main St and SH 121 – These lights are required to be out to widen Coit Rd, which is a city capital improvement project. This outage is planned to be in place for about a year while this project is under construction.

Asphalt Road Repairs
– CR 68 between Coit Rd and Independence Pkwy - This work is planned for Wednesday, December 30 and will require CR 68 to be closed with a detour set up while they are working between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Ongoing Pavement Repairs
– 3650 Overhill Dr (Griffin Parc Neighborhood)
– 10609 Canoe Rd (Preston Oaks Neighborhood)

Ongoing Joint Seal Work
– Parkwood Blvd continues between Stonebrook Pkwy and Lebanon Rd. This work will require daily lane closures 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. The section is planned to be completed before school is back in session on January 5, 2021 (weather permitting).

On trash day, don't set out empty boxes for TVs and other expensive electronics. Break them down and place inside the re...
12/26/2020

On trash day, don't set out empty boxes for TVs and other expensive electronics. Break them down and place inside the recycle bin. Otherwise, you might as well have a big neon sign inviting burglars to your home.

Stay crime prevention conscious today and every day!

Merry Christmas from all of us at the Frisco Police Department! Wishing you and yours a safe and happy holiday season. T...
12/25/2020

Merry Christmas from all of us at the Frisco Police Department! Wishing you and yours a safe and happy holiday season. To those serving at home and abroad today...thank you!

In observance of the Christmas holiday, our Administrative offices will be closed on Thursday, December 24 and Friday, D...
12/23/2020

In observance of the Christmas holiday, our Administrative offices will be closed on Thursday, December 24 and Friday, December 25.

As always, our officers, dispatchers, and detention staff are on duty 24/7. #CallUsIfYouNeedUs

City of Frisco TX - City Hall
12/20/2020

City of Frisco TX - City Hall

🚧 Weekly Roadwork Roundup - Dec 21, 2020 🚧
Four (4) roadway projects that may impact traffic this coming week. All of the projects listed below will be completed within two weeks (weather permitting) unless otherwise noted.

New Pavement Repairs
– 3650 Overhill Dr (Griffin Parc Neighborhood)

Ongoing Pavement Repairs
– SB Teel Pkwy at Sweetleaf Dr
– 10609 Canoe Rd (Preston Oaks Neighborhood)

Ongoing Joint Seal Work
– Parkwood Blvd continues between Stonebrook Pkwy and Lebanon Rd. This work will require daily lane closures 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. The section is planned to be completed before school is back in session on January 5, 2021 (weather permitting).

Take Me Home is for residents who repeatedly become lost and need assistance. Should they be unable to speak or properly...
12/19/2020

Take Me Home is for residents who repeatedly become lost and need assistance. Should they be unable to speak or properly identify themselves, or act in a manner that might be misinterpreted, it provides valuable info to PD/FD.

For more information, visit:
www.friscotexas.gov/295/Take-Me-Home

“Deck the squad with boughs of holly...” 🎶Looking to add to your holiday spirit?  Drop by the station and get your pictu...
12/18/2020

“Deck the squad with boughs of holly...” 🎶

Looking to add to your holiday spirit? Drop by the station and get your picture made in front of our decorated squad car. It will be on display through this weekend. Happy Holidays from Frisco PD!

12/18/2020
Frisco Fire Department

Frisco Fire Department

Have you watered your Christmas tree today?
#ChristmasTreeSafety
#HolidayFireSafety, #FirePrevention
#WaterYourChristmasTree

City of Frisco TX - City Hall
12/18/2020

City of Frisco TX - City Hall

⚠️1st St. between Walnut St. and North County Rd. will be closed for two weeks starting Saturday, Dec 19 for pavement repairs. The road will close at 7 a.m. on Dec 19 and will reopen by Monday evening, Jan 4. Full release with detour info at: https://www.friscotexas.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1231

City of Frisco TX - City Hall
12/18/2020
City of Frisco TX - City Hall

City of Frisco TX - City Hall

The latest edition of our Focal Point newsletter is out today. City Hall welcomes a new council member. An all new Progress in Motion explains how you can ‘Name a Park’. Find out holiday closings for the free COVID testing site and city facilities. Plus, a sprinkle of cheer to wish you Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!

12/17/2020
City of Frisco TX - City Hall

City of Frisco TX - City Hall

You could help name or rename a City of Frisco park. Play Frisco - Frisco Parks & Recreation is currently asking for entries for the Name a Park program to rename First Street Park & Northeast Community Park. You can submit a suggestion at https://www.friscotexas.gov/1479/Name-a-Park. Learn how the process works in this week’s #ProgressinMotion.

Federal Trade Commission
12/17/2020
Federal Trade Commission

Federal Trade Commission

This year, during the pandemic, your holidays might be moving a bit online. On the 10th day of Consumer Protection, maybe you’re planning to send e-cards to family and friends. Or maybe your kids are writing their letter to Santa online, using a site that promises a customized letter back from Santa. Before you share your personal information — and certainly before you pay, check out these tips: go.usa.gov/xAYfc

Headed to the bank?  Take these precautions to avoid becoming a victim of bank jugging.  Don't hesitate to call us if yo...
12/16/2020

Headed to the bank? Take these precautions to avoid becoming a victim of bank jugging. Don't hesitate to call us if you need us!

City of Frisco TX - City Hall
12/16/2020

City of Frisco TX - City Hall

🚦 Traffic Signal Work at Preston Rd/Hickory St planned for Friday, 12/18, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (weather permitting). A contractor will be moving underground items to accommodate new development requiring signal to be placed into flash/dark mode. Police will direct traffic.

Texas Department of Family and Protective Services
12/16/2020

Texas Department of Family and Protective Services

The fatigue caused by the pandemic can be hard on you and your family. Take care of your #mentalhealth by talking to someone.

Try calling the Statewide #COVID19 Mental Health Support Line.

Call toll-free at 833-986-1919.

Learn more here: http://ow.ly/QX3W50ATIvE

#TrafficTipTuesday - It's time to winterize your ride!  This routine maintenance will help prevent frostbite as low temp...
12/15/2020

#TrafficTipTuesday - It's time to winterize your ride! This routine maintenance will help prevent frostbite as low temperatures creep into our area.

City of Frisco TX - City Hall
12/13/2020

City of Frisco TX - City Hall

🚧 Weekly Roadwork Roundup - Dec 14, 2020 🚧
Seven (7) roadway projects that may impact traffic this coming week. All of the projects listed below will be completed within two weeks (weather permitting) unless otherwise noted.

New Pavement Repairs
– SB Teel Pkwy at Sweetleaf Dr
– EB Eldorado Pkwy at Dallas Pkwy (PDF) (This will be a one day pavement patch)
– 10609 Canoe Rd (PDF) (Preston Oaks Neighborhood)

Ongoing Pavement Repairs
– WB left turn lane on Warren Pkwy between Parkwood Blvd and Legendary Dr
– 6921 Marsalis Ln (Frisco Lakes)
– Alley Repairs: 8021 Bobwhite Dr (Woodstream Hills Addition)

Ongoing Joint Seal Work
– Parkwood Blvd (Warren Pkwy - Lebanon Rd) - Contractor will continue working in both directions this week which will require daily lane closures from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The project should be completed within 1-2 weeks (weather permitting).

Friendly reminder...Monday the 14th is the last day to donate to the Treats for the Troops drive. There is a collection ...
12/12/2020

Friendly reminder...Monday the 14th is the last day to donate to the Treats for the Troops drive. There is a collection box just inside the front doors of our PD.

Thank you to everyone for supporting our troops this holiday season!

Help reduce false alarms this holiday season by following these tips!
12/12/2020

Help reduce false alarms this holiday season by following these tips!

The final total is in for our Beard It Up/Color For The Cure Campaign. Through employee donations and a match by the Fri...
12/11/2020

The final total is in for our Beard It Up/Color For The Cure Campaign. Through employee donations and a match by the Frisco Police Officers Association, we were able to raise $10,940 dollars for the The Cure Starts Now in their fight against pediatric cancer. Already looking forward to next year!

12/11/2020
Frisco 911

Frisco 911

What is better than being one of Santa's helpers? Being a 9-1-1 Dispatcher!! Rise up and join our family of dedicated professionals. joinfriscopd.com #911FirstResponder

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😲SHOCKING😡 GALLERIA-DALLAS MALL COP A friend of mine contacted me last night regarding his neighbors wife. This is what he said/wrote: 👇👇👇👇 My wife called me a short time ago and said she had been arrested at the Galleria Mall in Dallas for not covering both her mouth and nose with a facial covering. She was manhandled, handcuffed, and then lead away to a retaining room by two men. These were mall security guards. I’m not sure, yet, if they were off duty police officers or not, but my wife made a video of the entire event and I will be watching that carefully when she gets home. They called 911 to request an arrest and were told it would be a couple hours for an officer to get there, fortunately. They decided to let her go. I am looking for an attorney who is currently representing class action lawsuits against organizations that unlawfully detaining people for not wearing a facial covering.
Merry Christmas FPD and thank you for all you do for our community!
I don’t know if anyone else has sent this. But looks like this kid needs some help. Idk why the people didn’t answer or talk to them.
This racist guy is making racist threats against people in Michigan. Can you pay him a visit?
Come by some evening and take a look at the beautiful tree I decorated for Frisco PD lobby. This year I added an additional 200+ special blue ornaments to honor every sworn officer in the jobs they do to protect our community.
I seriously think the FPD should patrol Lebanon Rd at night between Preston and Coit. Several nights in a row cars are racing up and down, doing U turns and continue to race. Especially 2 white camaro’s or Dodge Chargers. And it starts early around 7:30-8:00. JS
Despite Covid, we all found a way as citizens of Frisco to come together with the FPD for Class 47 of the Citizens Police Academy. Thank you SO MUCH to so many people but especially to Officer Kayla Carney for keeping us motivated to become the best community partners of the Frisco Police Department that we can be. Thank you Chief Shilson and all of my friends at the FPD for making this class possible. 💙🇺🇸
There needs to be an officer outside of shawnee trail elementary in the the school zone. People are going 30-40 mph and screaming through the cross walks where kids are. Someone is going to get hurt if something isn't done about it.
This man will never know how much this meant to my son. He wants to be an officer & your kindness today meant more to him than you can ever know. When you left he said “that police pulled over to take a pic with me, mom can you beleive it, that’s exactly how I’ll be when I’m an officer, fight bad guys but still be a nice guy.” He will remember this forever. Thank you sir fir your kind gesture.
Thank you for the treats! Happy Halloween, be safe!
Frisco police department doesn’t care about protecting domestic violence victims!!!! My EPO expired this morning and my husband was allowed back into the home - I called 911 becuase he continued the abuse without fear of anything happening and the responding officers refused to do anything! Their response was becuase of COVID the case hasn’t come to the court yet - do I have to sustain MORE physical injury before they do anything??????