The City of Frisco Jail facility is housed in the police department's headquarters building, which is located at 7200 Stonebrook Parkway. All persons arrested by Frisco police officers are brought to the jail facility where they may be housed until their release or transfer to a county jail facility. In 2010, the Frisco City Jail processed approximately $545,000 in bonds and fines for traffic tickets.
The jail is fully staffed by detention officers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Currently, the jail has an authorized detention staff that includes one detention supervisor and 11 detention officers.
All detention officers initially receive 40 hours of training and additional follow-up training each year to include defensive tactics, CPR, tactical communications, and other related courses of instruction.
The jail can house up to 41 inmates at any one time and utilizes five male cells, two female cells, five single cells, and one "drunk tank" for intoxicated prisoners. Each cell can hold multiple prisoners. In addition, there is a sallyport, dual intake area for regular and intoxicated prisoners, bail waiting area, offices for jail administration, judge's arraignment room, visitors center, and a control room that electronically monitors the entire facility.
For more information about the Frisco City Jail, contact the Interim Detention Supervisor Amy Smith at 972.292.6001 or refer to the Frequently Asked Questions page.