Collin County Pct.4 Constable

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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.

Mission: The primary mission of our office is to preserve the peace in our community. In doing so we may remove any derogatory, inappropriate, or obscene statements that are made on our cite. This includes any admissions or statements of illegal activity.

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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

We wish you a safe and Happy Halloween! 👻
10/31/2020

We wish you a safe and Happy Halloween! 👻

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.

Don't Forget: All county offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 7, for the holiday. This includes parks offices, public...
09/04/2020

Don't Forget: All county offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 7, for the holiday. This includes parks offices, public works, courts and all other administrative offices. Offices will re-open Tuesday, Sept. 8.

07/07/2020
America's Defenders Foundation

We remember those we lost as well as those we almost lost on that tragic night. Please join us in remembrance.

We....Haven't....Forgotten.
We Never Will.

You will see a heavier presence from our office today working in conjunction with Frisco PD.  There are planned protests...
06/01/2020

You will see a heavier presence from our office today working in conjunction with Frisco PD. There are planned protests and we fully support the right to peacefully assemble, and believe your voice should be heard. We do not and will not tolerate rioting, vandalism, or threats on people’s lives in Collin County. We will be available to respond to incidents of violence throughout our precinct tonight. We hope the organizers are able to host a peaceful protest and all life and property are safe at the end.

05/06/2020

We would like to thank the Navy’s Blue Angels for the flyover in McKinney this morning in support of first responders during the COVID-19 crisis. Enjoy the video captured this morning.

There are angels among us!😇😇😇Constable PCT. 4 received a personal delivery of much-needed supplies by Plano City Council...
04/02/2020

There are angels among us!😇😇😇

Constable PCT. 4 received a personal delivery of much-needed supplies by Plano City Council member, Lily Bao.

Lily Bao is a member of the DFW Chinese American Epidemic Relief, also known as DFW CARE. The group raised $80,000 in four days to purchase surgical masks, medical face shields and gloves, all of which are in short supply.

We feel honored and blessed the group included our office in their distribution of supplies.

Thank you to all of the angels who are working tirelessly to make sure our deputies have the supplies they need to perform their duties as safely as possible.

From McKinney Councilman Frederick Frazier.
03/26/2020

From McKinney Councilman Frederick Frazier.

Collin County Judge Chris Hill  issued a Declaration of Local Disaster for Public Health Emergency in response to the no...
03/23/2020

Collin County Judge Chris Hill issued a Declaration of Local Disaster for Public Health Emergency in response to the novel coronavirus now designated SARS-C0V-2. As of March 20, 2020 at 11:59 PM an order to suspend walk-in traffic at all county buildings has been issued. We will remain open for scheduled in-person appointments, as well as by phone, by mail, and online. Please call or email our office for assistance.

As the Coronavirus wrecks havoc across the globe, keep in mind that criminals will exploit the associated fears of the p...
03/12/2020
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center

As the Coronavirus wrecks havoc across the globe, keep in mind that criminals will exploit the associated fears of the public for their own personal gain. Please stay vigilant to any suspicious phone calls and websites that may be used to attack your finances.

For legitimate, up to date information, visit the CDC - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. You can also check out a live map from John Hopkins University. There are also links to spoofed websites making the rounds on social media. These sites will embed users computers with the AZORult trojan, which has the ability to steal users credentials and other sensitive data.

The below links are legitimate and are operated by the CDC and the other by John Hopkins University.

Stay safe.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html

Johns Hopkins experts in global public health, infectious disease, and emergency preparedness have been at the forefront of the international response to COVID-19.

03/06/2020

I want to say thank you to my hard working and dedicated staff at the Pct.4 Constable's Office. Day in and day out, they get the job done with the utmost professionalism in the functions of this office and serving their community.

These peace officers and civilian staff recognize and understand that if an issue is important to our constituents, and to those with whom we deal with during the course of our duties, then it is important to them. They consistently go above and beyond, even in the most adverse, and sometimes contentious environments, to make sure civilians are treated with respect and dignity, strictly adhering to the rule of law and our constitution.

I am proud of my employees, both full time and part time, for maintaining the highest level of standard needed to effectively perform their job, and for always being positive, supportive and encouraging to their fellow employees. I could not ask for a better staff.

Constable Joe Wright

A few Collin County cities, as well as Collin County government, have posted preparedness and other useful information c...
03/06/2020
Coronavirus (COVID-19) | McKinney, TX - Official Website

A few Collin County cities, as well as Collin County government, have posted preparedness and other useful information concerning the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on their websites. The links are listed below:

https://www.mckinneytexas.org/2256/Coronavirus-COVID-19

https://www.plano.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1974

https://www.prospertx.gov/news/update-on-coronavirus-disease-2019-referred-to-as-covid-19/

https://www.cityofallen.org/1980/COVID-19-Coronavirus-Information

https://www.collincountytx.gov/public_information/features/Pages/Coronavirus.aspx

This page lists key information on COVID-19 as well as some measures that can be taken to decrease and prevent the spread of this virus based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance.

All Collin County Offices are closed on Monday, January 20, 2020 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
01/19/2020

All Collin County Offices are closed on Monday, January 20, 2020 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Great leaders create more leaders! Lt. Al Roman of Constable Precinct 4 spoke as a guest speaker at the Young Men’s Serv...
01/13/2020

Great leaders create more leaders!

Lt. Al Roman of Constable Precinct 4 spoke as a guest speaker at the Young Men’s Service League meeting at Rhea Mills Babtist Church in Prosper, TX., yesterday.

Lt. Roman encouraged the young men by explaining the dedication and leadership it takes to be a police officer and public servant. At the end of the meeting, Kelly Hammons Harris, a mother of one of the members told Lt. Roman " Your encouragement of these young men was on point!"

Thank you to the Young Men's Service League - YMSL for all you are doing with these brilliant up and coming leaders!

Blue Santa Came To Town!Today, our deputies celebrated the kindness of preschoolers at Friends In Christ Preschool in Fr...
12/10/2019

Blue Santa Came To Town!

Today, our deputies celebrated the kindness of preschoolers at Friends In Christ Preschool in Frisco, TX.

These Blue Santa Helpers are small in size, but big in heart! Every week the children pay due money and use it to buy toys for Toys for Tots at the end of the year!

Constable Wright and Chief Rumfield were joined by Constable Williams and Chief Burns from Pct. 1 to reward the children with an official Blue Santa Helper Certificate for thier efforts.

We all look forward to seeing the bright smiles on the children’s faces as they are given big high-fives for a job well done by Blue Santa and his Law Enforcement helpers every year.

Al Roman,Crystal Mikeman Mike Rumfield Joe Wright Emily Dennis Dan Barringer Shane Williams Ricky Ray

11/25/2019

In observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday our office will be closed on Thur and Fri. Our hours on Wed will be 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Join us in bringing the Joy of Christmas to less fortunate children. Please drop new unwrapped toys in our collection bo...
11/07/2019

Join us in bringing the Joy of Christmas to less fortunate children. Please drop new unwrapped toys in our collection boxes located at:

Constable, Precinct 4
Collin County Government Center
8585 John Wesley Drive, #100
Frisco, TX 75034.

Hours: M-F 8am-4pm

Be sure to stop at our window and let us know you saw this post! Deadline: December 10, 2019

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8585 John Wesley Dr, # 100
Frisco, TX
75034

General information

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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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.