The City of Frisco's new alarm ordinance took effect in December of 2009. To review the ordinance, renew your permit, or apply for a new permit, please call 972.292.6000 and speak with a records clerk.
In order to apply for an alarm permit, please download and complete the alarm permit application and return it to the Records Division at the police headquarters building. Additional information regarding alarms and alarm permitting is also available by viewing the alarm permit fact sheet.
Biased Based Profiling Policy
Read the complete policy relating to biased based profiling for the Frisco Police Department (General Order 6.20). View the 2011 racial profiling report.
The City of Frisco requires that a registration form and supporting documentation be provided prior to neighborhood block parties. In addition, citizens may request the appearance of Frisco police officers, firefighters, and their equipment at their parties. The police department's Records Division manages block party requests and registrations.
Motor vehicle crash reports are available for purchase both online and in hardcopy to be picked up at the police department headquarters building. The department's Records Division handles all accident report inquiries.
Home Owners' Association (HOA) Contact Form
The Frisco Police Department needs to have community gate and facility access codes on file in case of emergencies. HOA board members should make sure a Pool & Amenities Contact Form is on file with the department.
Hunting in Frisco
The opening day of dove season in Texas is September 1, 2013. Please visit the Hunting in Frisco section of our web site for details of the hunting law as listed in the Texas Local Government Code as well as a MAP that illustrates areas in the city that fall within the boundaries (subject to change) of the law.
Identity Theft Affidavit
The Frisco Police Department utilizes an Identity Theft Affidavit in order to help properly document criminal offenses of Identity Theft. This form will assist investigators in the collection of useful information that will be necessary in order to properly investigate alleged identity theft offenses.
Local Records Check
The department's Records Division manages requests for local records checks on persons who reside in the City of Frisco.
Public Information Requests
The Public Information Act governs information that a governmental body collects, assembles, or maintains and states that the information is, in general, either open to all members of the public or closed to all members of the public. Please refer to the department's Records Division page for more information on PIRs.
City ordinance prohibits solicitation or distribution of handbills without first obtaining a written permit. The department's Records Division manages the issuance and maintenance of solicitation permits.
Texas DPS Sex Offender Registry
Pursuant to Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Art. 62.005, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) establishes this web site as the official internet public access to the DPS sex offender registration computerized central database.
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