The primary function of the Records Division is document retention, storage, destruction and retrieval of electronic and manual records. The Records Division is also responsible for answering the main phones and staffing the reception area of the main lobby.
Other services include requests for open records materials, processing and approval of reports, including accident reports, local records checks, RV and solicitor permits, and monthly statistical reports.
The Records Division's hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The division is in the Frisco Police Department headquarters building in the main lobby on the first floor.
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.
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
Block parties are events that include all residents in a community. Please complete the Block Party Registration form, the Event Coordinator Acknowledgment form and provide a map with references to where the block party will be held at least two weeks prior to the event. If you have any special requests (e.g. visits from McGruff, police or fire equipment, etc.), please note this on the registration form. Once your block party is approved, you may contact Public Works to pick up cones for your event.
Motor vehicle crash reports, written by the Frisco Police Department, are available for purchase online. The cost of an online crash report is $6.
***Effective July 1, the cost to purchase a crash report online will increase to $9.***
The cost will remain $6 if purchased through mail or in person.
To obtain an accident report in person or by mail, complete a Request for Crash Report and return the form to the police department, along with payment of $6 (or $8 for certified reports). Checks should be made payable to the City of Frisco. Crash reports are usually available three to five business days after the accident.
Driver's Crash Reports (CR-2) are also available online. The CR-2, also called a "blue form," can be completed by a driver of a vehicle involved in a crash that is not investigated by a law enforcement agency. Additionally, the blue form can only be used when there is no injury to any person involved in the crash and the value of damaged property does not exceed $1,000. More information on the blue form's use is on the first page of the form.
Local Records Check
The Request for Local Records Check form must be returned in person and a valid driver’s license or other official photo ID is required. There is a $5 charge per request. The request will take between three to five business days to process.
Public Information Coordinator (Open Records Coordinator):
Pursuant to Chapter 552.001 et seq,:
The Chief of Police for Frisco Police Department has designated Teresa L. Presley as the recipient of all requests for public information held by the Frisco Police Department.
If you want to view or obtain copies of agency records, please send a written request by mail, fax OR email to the following:
By Mail: By Fax:
Teresa L. Presley 972.292.6075
Public Information Coordinator By Electronic Mail:
Frisco Police Department PIR@friscotexas.gov
7200 Stonebrook Pkwy
Frisco, TX 75034
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.
The Public Information Fact Sheet will provide you with more information and assist you with your Public Information Request. You may email your request form to PIR@FriscoTexas.gov.
City ordinance prohibits solicitation or distribution of handbills without first obtaining a written permit. Political and religious handbills do not require a permit. Knocking on the door and asking you to vote for a candidate or talking to you about religion is not soliciting.
The solicitation permit application and DPS Computerized Criminal History Verification form must be submitted in person, along with a non-refundable fee. The first two pages of the application are to be completed by the on-site solicitor supervisor, and the last page is to be completed by each solicitor. A valid driver’s license or official photo ID is required and a criminal background check will be performed. A copy of the handbill or flyer must also be submitted and it must have the company name, address and phone number printed on it. The cost for a solicitation permit is $35 per person.
***Applications are only accepted between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.***
Please see the Solicitation Ordinance for complete guidelines.
Uniform Crime Reporting
The Frisco Police Department participates in the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program, which was conceived in 1929 by the International Association of Chiefs of Police to meet a need for reliable, uniform crime statistics for the nation.
In 1930, the Federal Bureau of Investigation began collecting, publishing and archiving UCR statistics. Today, nearly 17,000 law enforcement agencies across the United States report their annual crime statistics to the FBI, including the Frisco Police Department.
For more information on Frisco's 2012 UCR Statistics or 2013 Bias Based Profiling Report, please contact Records Manager Teresa Presley at 972.292.6050 or email Records@FriscoTexas.gov.