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.
When making a request for public information, please keep in mind that some information may incur a cost to process. Should we determine that your request will be in excess of $40, a cost estimate will be provided to you.
In accordance with the Texas Public Information Act, Public Information requests must be submitted in writing. Use the links above or below to submit a police records request. Please note, we only process requests for police department records. Upon receipt we will begin processing your request in the order received. Requests should be for documents, or other information that is already in existence. We are not required to answer questions, perform legal research, or comply with a continuing request to supply information on a periodic basis. We may, however, ask for clarification of requests if it is uncertain as to what is being requested. Some records may be exempt from disclosure by law.
Pursuant to Chapter 552.001 et seq: The Chief of Police for Frisco Police Department has designated Amanda Gonzales as the recipient of all requests for public information held by the Frisco Police Department.
Other Law Enforcement and/or Corrections Agency: You can submit a record request directly to us by email or fax (972-292-6075).
Please use your agency email if you plan to email the request or official letterhead if you plan to request by fax. Please include at least two methods of contact in case there are any questions regarding your request.
Once we’ve received the request we will search our records and send a response within 3-5 business days, including if no records can be found.