Frisco Police Department

  • Agency: Frisco Police Department
  • Address: 7200 Stonebrook Parkway, Frisco, 75034 TX
  • Chief: Todd Renshaw (Chief of Police)
Phone: 972-292-6010
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Frisco Police Department is located at 7200 Stonebrook Parkway, Frisco, 75034 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Todd Renshaw. The Frisco Police Department phone number is 972-292-6010.

Frisco Police Department News

Did you know there are five different ways to contact us? 9-1-1 (emergency)…Text 9-1-1 (emergency, if you can’t call)…972-292-6010 (non-emer)…Tip411 (text info to 847411)…Mobile App. Our social media sites should NOT be utilized to report crimes or pass along information.

Laissez les bon temps rouler...it's #NationalLouisianaDay! It may be too late for a snoball, but not for your #9PMRoutine. Lock your doors and turn on your lights!

SHARE - The subject pictured is suspected of fraud at Target in Frisco. If you recognize this person or have any info, please contact us at 972-292-6200 or message us. Reference report #18108227.

Losing 2 hours of sleep from an 8-hour schedule is like drinking 3 beers. (National Safety Council) #DrowsyDriving

While your cappuccino cools, use that time to remove the valuables from your car, lock up, and turn on your outside lights. #9PMRoutine #NationalCappuccinoDay

SHARE - The subjects pictured are suspected of fraud at Prestige Pool and Patio in Frisco. If you recognize either person or have any info, please contact us at 972-292-6200 or message us. Reference report #18106029.

Frisco Police Investigate Fatality Crash

According to the National Safety Council, 21% of all fatal crashes may involve a drowsy driver. #DrowsyDriving

Relax...serenity now. There's no need to stress out, the #9PMRoutine is easy. Lock up your cars and doors, then turn on your outside lights. #NationalStressAwarenessDay

SHARE - The subject pictured is suspected of theft from JC Penney in Frisco. If you recognize this person or have any info, please contact us at 972-292-6200 or message us. Reference report #18116808.

You are 3x more likely to be in a car crash if you are fatigued. (National Safety Council) #DrowsyDriving

Make sure to add the #9PMRoutine to your list of “My Favorite Things”…it’s as effortless as Coltrane playing the sax. Locks and Lights! #NationalSaxophoneDay

SHARE - This subject, driving the vehicle pictured, is suspected of criminal mischief in the parking lot of the Walmart at Stonebrook/423 in Frisco. If you recognize this person or have any info, please contact us at 972-292-6200 or message us. Reference report #18112337.

On this #ElectionDay, all are encouraged to exercise their right to vote. If there is a wait at polling locations, your patience and courtesy are appreciated! #VoteTuesday

Teens need 8-10 hours of sleep every night to function at their best, but most aren’t getting that much. That can be deadly if they get into a car...only 6 hours of sleep is enough to increase the crash risk for a teen. (National Safety Council) #DrowsyDriving

It’s #NationalDoughnutDay, and we are actively searching for the person responsible for stealing the center of the doughnut. Meanwhile, get your #9PMRoutine on and lock those doors and turn on those lights!

SHARE - The subject pictured is suspected of theft from the Walmart at 423/Eldorado in Frisco. If you recognize this person or have any info, please contact us at 972-292-6200 or message us. Reference report #18110506.

On Tuesday, November 6th starting at 9:30am, Main Street will be closed to traffic between John W. Elliott and 2nd Street in order to move heavy equipment. The closure should last approximately 20 minutes. Please seek an alternate route during that time.

The Frisco Police Department supports #DrowsyDriving Awareness. This week, we will feature information regarding the dangers of being behind the wheel when less than fully alert.

After locking your doors and turning on your lights, celebrate #NationalCandyDay by letting us know what your favorite candy is! #9PMRoutine

A sandwich just isn’t a sandwich without first taking care of your #9PMRoutine. Locks...lights...and set your clocks back before turning in! #NationalSandwichDay #DaylightSavings

Nothing is more satisfying than locking your doors and turning on your outside lights, forcing criminals to think twice about making you a target. Well, except maybe these deep fried deviled eggs... #9PMRoutine #NationalDeviledEggDay

SHARE - The subjects pictured are suspected of theft from Ulta in Frisco. If you recognize either person or have any info, please contact us at 972-292-6200 or message us. Reference report #18110635.

Cavities don’t stand a chance on #NationalBrushDay…just like crime and the #9PMRoutine. Lock and light it!

SHARE - The subjects pictured are suspected of theft from Ulta in Frisco. If you recognize either person or have any info, please contact us at 972-292-6200 or message us. Reference report #18110600.