Collin County Pct.4 Constable

Collin County Pct.4 Constable Official page of the Collin County Constable's Office Pct. 4 | Feed not monitored 24/7 | Emergencies call 911 | Non-Emergencies 972-731-7320

This is the official page for the Collin County Pct.4 Constable's Office located in the Collin County Government Center, at 8585 John Wesley Drive, #100, Frisco, TX 75034. Phone: 972-731-7320. This page is not monitored 24/7. For all emergencies dial 911.

09/11/2021
Dogney Rangerfield, aka “Ranger” received his badge today! Ranger is the new mascot for Collin County Pct. 4.  He enjoye...
07/28/2021

Dogney Rangerfield, aka “Ranger” received his badge today! Ranger is the new mascot for Collin County Pct. 4. He enjoyed his 1st day hanging out with the deputies, slobbering on Chief Mike Rumfield, interrupting Cpl. Sandor on the phone and receiving treats from our Administrative Secretary, Crystal Mikeman.

Ranger resides with Constable Joe Wright in McKinney, TX. He has been working with Ranger on his manners at home. So far, Ranger does really well to sit and lay on command. Occasionally, he will shake hands. Today was an exciting day, so resisting the urge to jump on people was a bit of a challenge. 😄. Please give Ranger a warm welcome to Collin County!

Dogney Rangerfield, aka “Ranger” received his badge today! Ranger is the new mascot for Collin County Pct. 4. He enjoyed his 1st day hanging out with the deputies, slobbering on Chief Mike Rumfield, interrupting Cpl. Sandor on the phone and receiving treats from our Administrative Secretary, Crystal Mikeman.

Ranger resides with Constable Joe Wright in McKinney, TX. He has been working with Ranger on his manners at home. So far, Ranger does really well to sit and lay on command. Occasionally, he will shake hands. Today was an exciting day, so resisting the urge to jump on people was a bit of a challenge. 😄. Please give Ranger a warm welcome to Collin County!

Five years ago members of our office responded to assist the Dallas Police Department on July 7, 2016.  The blue family ...
07/07/2021

Five years ago members of our office responded to assist the Dallas Police Department on July 7, 2016. The blue family lost five officers that night and had seven more injured in the gun battle. It was a horrific night.
Today members of our office were present to honor those that have since been named, “The Fallen Five”

Happy Independence Day Collin County!
07/04/2021

Happy Independence Day Collin County!

Happy Independence Day Collin County!

Today we had the honor and pleasure to recognize two employees.  First, today we said goodbye to Carol who has earned he...
06/30/2021

Today we had the honor and pleasure to recognize two employees. First, today we said goodbye to Carol who has earned her retirement from Collin County. Her dedication will be missed but we are forever grateful for her work while we had her.
Secondly, we had the opportunity to celebrate Deputy Bailey’s 10 year anniversary with Collin County.
Today is one of those days that reminds you to make the greatest of positive impacts on your community as you can; while you can. One day retirement will come knocking and looking back is futile. Make that positive impact on someone’s life while you can and don’t look back. Rather, reflect with a smile, and know you did what you could while you could.

This morning members of our office had the honor to attend the dedication and revealing of the Gold Star Families Memori...
05/13/2021

This morning members of our office had the honor to attend the dedication and revealing of the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument in Frisco. It was a pleasure and honor to be in the presence of strong families that have realized the ultimate sacrifice for the protection of our great country. Medal of Honor recipient Woody Williams delivered the keynote speech and dedication. - All Gave Some; Some Gave All.

As a Texas Peace Officer, and as your elected Constable, my deputies and I will absolutely continue to respond and take ...
05/11/2021

As a Texas Peace Officer, and as your elected Constable, my deputies and I will absolutely continue to respond and take proper enforcement action to any and all criminal activity in view or reported to us in Collin County.

We do not "negotiate" with criminals. We arrest them. It is the job of the District Attorney to prosecute from that point forward. Politics have absolutely no place in the safety and security of our citizens and neighbors. My deputies will always follow and enforce the law, just as they have been sworn to do.

I stand with Attorney General Ken Paxton on this issue.

As a Texas Peace Officer, and as your elected Constable, my deputies and I will absolutely continue to respond and take proper enforcement action to any and all criminal activity in view or reported to us in Collin County.

We do not "negotiate" with criminals. We arrest them. It is the job of the District Attorney to prosecute from that point forward. Politics have absolutely no place in the safety and security of our citizens and neighbors. My deputies will always follow and enforce the law, just as they have been sworn to do.

I stand with Attorney General Ken Paxton on this issue.

Thank you to all of the men and women who have sworn an oath to protect and serve.  Your community thanks you.
05/10/2021

Thank you to all of the men and women who have sworn an oath to protect and serve. Your community thanks you.

Thank you to all of the men and women who have sworn an oath to protect and serve. Your community thanks you.

https://www.collincountytx.gov/constables/Pages/constablesales.aspx
03/25/2021
Constables

https://www.collincountytx.gov/constables/Pages/constablesales.aspx

The Constable Sale is held the first Tuesday of each month between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Russell A. Steindam Courts Building, 2100 Bloomdale Rd., McKinney, Texas, 75071. All property sold by the Constable is published in the McKinney Courier Gazette or Collin County Commercial Record. Notice i...

We had the privilege of recognizing a solid leader in our office by promoting Pete Sandor to Corporal.  Cpl. Sandor has ...
03/25/2021

We had the privilege of recognizing a solid leader in our office by promoting Pete Sandor to Corporal. Cpl. Sandor has been in law enforcement for 18 years and has gained a wealth of knowledge that he will use to lead from the front. We are very excited about the future of our agency and the quality service we can give the citizens of Collin County through solid leadership and selfless servants. Congratulations Cpl. Sandor!

https://www.collincountytx.gov/constables/Pages/constablesales.aspx
03/22/2021
Constables

https://www.collincountytx.gov/constables/Pages/constablesales.aspx

The Constable Sale is held the first Tuesday of each month between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Russell A. Steindam Courts Building, 2100 Bloomdale Rd., McKinney, Texas, 75071. All property sold by the Constable is published in the McKinney Courier Gazette or Collin County Commercial Record. Notice i...

https://www.collincountytx.gov/constables/Pages/constablesales.aspx
03/15/2021
Constables

https://www.collincountytx.gov/constables/Pages/constablesales.aspx

The Constable Sale is held the first Tuesday of each month between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Russell A. Steindam Courts Building, 2100 Bloomdale Rd., McKinney, Texas, 75071. All property sold by the Constable is published in the McKinney Courier Gazette or Collin County Commercial Record. Notice i...

We would like to welcome the most recent addition to the Precinct 4 family.  This morning we swore in Deputy James Fergu...
03/02/2021

We would like to welcome the most recent addition to the Precinct 4 family. This morning we swore in Deputy James Ferguson. Dep. Ferguson has previously served with the Denton County Constable’s Office and the Little Elm Police Department. He brings with him nearly 11 years of service time to the community, and he will use that experience to serve Collin County very well. Please join us in welcoming James and his family into the Collin County blue family.

Please join us in welcoming Deputy Bailey to the Precinct 4 family. Dep. Bailey has been in law enforcement for 14 years...
01/29/2021

Please join us in welcoming Deputy Bailey to the Precinct 4 family. Dep. Bailey has been in law enforcement for 14 years including 9 years at another Collin County agency. He is going to be an exceptional addition to the office and we look forward to you getting to know him.

Please join us in welcoming Deputy Bailey to the Precinct 4 family. Dep. Bailey has been in law enforcement for 14 years including 9 years at another Collin County agency. He is going to be an exceptional addition to the office and we look forward to you getting to know him.

We have an open Deputy Constable position. Please follow the link below if you are interested, and have a minimum of two...
01/11/2021

We have an open Deputy Constable position. Please follow the link below if you are interested, and have a minimum of two years experience at a calls for service oriented law enforcement agency.

https://www.collincountytx.gov/human_resources/Pages/careers.aspx

We have an open Deputy Constable position. Please follow the link below if you are interested, and have a minimum of two years experience at a calls for service oriented law enforcement agency.

https://www.collincountytx.gov/human_resources/Pages/careers.aspx

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12/16/2020
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Official MeWe page of the Collin County Constable's Office Pct. 4 | Feed not monitored 24/7 | Emergencies call 911 | Non-Emergencies 972-731-7320 This is the official page for the Collin County Pct.4 Constable's Office located in the Collin County Government Center, at 8585 John Wesley Drive, #100,....

12/15/2020
Toys for Tots 2020

Thank you to Friends in Christ Preschool for partnering with our office for a great Toys for Tots morning. It was amazing to watch the excitement and joy it gave our little partners to bring out all of the toys they acquired through hard work and the spirit of giving. We can't wait to do it all over again in 2021,

Toys For Tots Collin County
12/04/2020

Toys For Tots Collin County

More Amazon boxes rolling in from our Amazon wishlist! What’s an Amazon wishlist you say? Collin County Toys for Tots has a wishlist where you can purchase toys and they will be sent directly to the warehouse for distribution. What a great way to contribute right from the comfort of your home. Thank you to all who have purchased so far and always remember you’re blessing the children of Collin County! Click the link below if you’d like to check out our wishlist! 🎅🏽🎄♥️☃️

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/3DSQVQ27I9O7X?ref_=wl_share

Collin County Pct.4 Constable's cover photo
11/12/2020

Collin County Pct.4 Constable's cover photo

Collin County Pct.4 Constable's cover photo
11/11/2020

Collin County Pct.4 Constable's cover photo

Today we honor the men and women who have served our nation, both in war and in peace.🇺🇸
11/11/2020

Today we honor the men and women who have served our nation, both in war and in peace.🇺🇸

Collin County Pct.4 Constable's cover photo
11/06/2020

Collin County Pct.4 Constable's cover photo

A huge THANK YOU to all of those who are ensuring the health and safety of our communities across the country.  No matte...
10/28/2020

A huge THANK YOU to all of those who are ensuring the health and safety of our communities across the country. No matter their badge or agency, First Responders have made a commitment to serve others. Today, we honor them all!

We would like to congratulate Deputy Pete Sandor of Constable Pct. 4 who recently graduated from the P2 Concepts Basic S...
10/13/2020

We would like to congratulate Deputy Pete Sandor of Constable Pct. 4 who recently graduated from the P2 Concepts Basic Swat class in Jacksboro, Texas. The class was led by Lead Instructor, Robbie Allmon, pictured wearing a ball cap and posing with Deputy Sandor. Sgt. Mickey Horton of Denver City, CO. also attended the class. He is pictured wearing a protective vest and helmet and posing with Deputy Sandor. The two became fast friends and participated in most of the drills together. All-in-all the graduates had a great experience!!! #BasicSWAT

Collin County Pct.4 Constable's cover photo
10/13/2020

Collin County Pct.4 Constable's cover photo

Today marks the day early voting begins.  We will be out there with you throughout this election by patrolling polling l...
10/13/2020

Today marks the day early voting begins. We will be out there with you throughout this election by patrolling polling location parking lots to ensure everyone has an opportunity to exercise their constitutional right safely. Law and order must be kept and all citizens must be given an opportunity for our democracy to continue and constitution to be defended. We, along with our peer law enforcement partners, have your backs.

As we honor the fallen, let's remember the unity of the Americans in the days following the attack.
09/11/2020

As we honor the fallen, let's remember the unity of the Americans in the days following the attack.

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8585 John Wesley Dr, # 100
Frisco, TX
75034

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History of the Texas Constable The office of Constable dates back at least to 1066 and the Norman Conquest of England. William the Conqueror appointed constables to supervise individual communities, or boroughs. A constable's duties varied considerably in different circumstances and times. They were often similar to those of a sheriff, who supervised a shire (the equivalent of a county). Over time, however, as sheriffs were given increasing administrative duties, constables assumed primary responsibility for local law enforcement. The office of constable had been transplanted to the British colonies in North America by the mid-seventeenth century, and with it continued the divergence between constable and sheriff. ***************************************** The purpose of this site is to present matters of public interest in and around Collin County. We encourage you to submit comments, but please note that this is NOT a public forum. Comments posted to this page will be monitored. The Collin County Constable’s Office Precinct 4 reserves the right to delete comments that contain false information, obscene language or sexual content, threaten or defame any person or organization, support or oppose political candidates, political organizations or ballot propositions, promote illegal activity, commercial services or products, infringe on copyrights or trademarks or are not topically related to the particular posting. In addition, should you be formally charged with a criminal offense or be arrested in connection with a criminal offense, your image may be displayed on our page. By "LIKING" or "INTERACTING" with our page, you agree to the above terms. ************************************** BIBLIOGRAPHY: Eugene C. Barker, ed., The Austin Papers (3 vols., Washington: GPO, 1924-28). Allen G. Hatley, Texas Constables, A Frontier Heritage (Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 1999). Allen G. Hatley

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History of the Texas Constable

The office of Constable dates back at least to 1066 and the Norman Conquest of England. William the Conqueror appointed constables to supervise individual communities, or boroughs. A constable's duties varied considerably in different circumstances and times. They were often similar to those of a sheriff, who supervised a shire (the equivalent of a county). Over time, however, as sheriffs were given increasing administrative duties, constables assumed primary responsibility for local law enforcement. The office of constable had been transplanted to the British colonies in North America by the mid-seventeenth century, and with it continued the divergence between constable and sheriff.
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The purpose of this site is to present matters of public interest in and around Collin County. We encourage you to submit comments, but please note that this is NOT a public forum.

Comments posted to this page will be monitored. The Collin County Constable’s Office Precinct 4 reserves the right to delete comments that contain false information, obscene language or sexual content, threaten or defame any person or organization, support or oppose political candidates, political organizations or ballot propositions, promote illegal activity, commercial services or products, infringe on copyrights or trademarks or are not topically related to the particular posting.

In addition, should you be formally charged with a criminal offense or be arrested in connection with a criminal offense, your image may be displayed on our page.

By "LIKING" or "INTERACTING" with our page, you agree to the above terms.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Eugene C. Barker, ed., The Austin Papers (3 vols., Washington: GPO, 1924-28). Allen G. Hatley, Texas Constables, A Frontier Heritage (Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 1999). Allen G. Hatley

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This is a small glimpse into how days can go from one extreme to another. We lost an officer in San Antonio as an ultimate low point and then we see an interaction that could be described as an ultimate high. You never truly know how your day is going to go from one call to the next.