Message from the Chief
Welcome! On behalf of the men and women of the Frisco Police Department, I would like to personally welcome you to our department’s website. It’s our hope that this site will provide you with a greater understanding of the services that the department provides to our community. Additionally, we will continue to work to update our web page with information that all members of the community will find useful and important.
Our website is just one way of demonstrating the sense of commitment, professionalism and dedication that the members of our department tirelessly work to achieve. We believe a critical component of our mission in making Frisco a safer community to live, work, and raise our families is the obligation to keep you informed of the many officers, individuals and activities of the Frisco Police Department.
This website is prepared with recognition of the department’s mission, values, and organizational philosophy. All of our efforts are designed to this end; that we are always working to better serve, protect everyone who lives, works, or visits the City of Frisco. We welcome your comments, thoughts, and observations.
Thank you for visiting our web page. We look forward to serving you in the future.
John W. Bruce
Chief of Police
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.
Text an anonymous tip to the Frisco Police Department by texting FRISCOPD and the tip to 847411 (tip411).
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Join Your Neighborhood on Nextdoor
In an effort to help facilitate a virtual neighborhood watch program and help foster neighbor-to-neighbor communications, the Frisco Police Department has partnered with Nextdoor, the private social network for neighborhoods.
Join Frisco PD on Twitter
Follow the Frisco Police Department on Twitter today! FPD uses Twitter to help citizens stay in touch with public safety issues that matter most. Visit www.Twitter.com/FriscoPD today to become one of our followers.
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