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Collin County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Collin County Arrest Records?

Collin County does not keep county-wide crime and arrest records. Rather, these are available from the different law enforcement agencies in the cities and towns making up the county. Find the contact information of the various police departments in these municipalities on the Police Records webpage of the county’s website

How Do I Get Collin County Police Reports?

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office accepts requests for open records from the public. Examples of available records include accident reports, offense reports, 911 recording CD, booking fact sheets, and dispatch call log. The Sheriff’s Office charges $6, $5, $5, $1, and $3 respectively for these records. Cash, cashier’s check, and money order are acceptable modes of payment.

Requests can be made in person and also by mail and email. To ask for these records, first download and complete the Information Request Form. Bring this to the records window in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office located at 4300 Community Avenue, McKinney, TX 75071. The office opens from Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Crime Statistics

According to 2015 crime statistics, Collin County recorded 435 violent crimes and 4,428 property crimes. Compared to the previous year, violent crime rate rose by 11.8% while property crime rate fell by 6%. Aggravated assault was the most prominent violent crime with 254 incidents. In the same year, Collin County also recorded 101 rapes, 78 robberies, and 2 murders. A breakdown of property crime data shows that there were 3,561 cases of larceny, 635 burglaries, 232 motor vehicle thefts, and 13 arsons. Between 2014 and 2015, there were fewer cases of murder (60%), robbery (12.4%), burglary (8.8%), larceny (5.5%), motor vehicle theft (6.5%), and arson (31.6%). Collin County recorded higher incidents of rape (21.7%) and aggravated assault (19.8%) in the same period.

What are Collin County Criminal Records?

Collin County criminal records are official files which contain comprehensive information about the crime-related history of persons within the county. The DPS maintains the statewide system for criminal records and criminal history reports for all counties in the state. Interested individuals can request access to criminal records from the DPS.

How Do I Get Collin County Criminal Records?

Through the personal review system, individuals interested in accessing their criminal history record information (CHRI) must schedule a fingerprint scan. The DPS requires a fingerprint to check CHRI. The scan can be done at a DPS Fingerprint Applicant Services of Texas (FAST) online at or by calling (888) 467-2080. Photo identification and fee payment are required at the fingerprint appointment. The fingerprint hand card obtained from this scan should be, along with the requester’s names, sex, race, and date of birth, to the fingerprint vendor. The search result will be sent to the designated recipient provided by the requester. A fingerprint scan costs $10, and CHRI search costs $15. For more inquiries, call (512) 424-5079.

To request criminal history records of other individuals, visit the Criminal History Search website. This web portal can be used to search offenders with Class B misdemeanors, Class C convictions, or higher. Interested parties have to create an account and buy credits for every search to be done. Search credits cost $3, and an additional fee depending on the payment method used to buy credits. In case the record requested is not on the website, call (512) 424-2474.

How to Find Collin County Sex Offender Information?

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office only registers sex offenders living in the unincorporated areas of the county as well as municipalities without police departments. It makes this registry publicly available on its website. Head to the OffenderWatch webpage to search for registered sex offenders living in such areas of county. The search tool on the webpage allows citizens to conduct a map search and see sex offenders living within one mile of the addresses provided.

The various police departments of the cities and towns in Collin County also maintain sex offender registries. These departments as well as the county sheriff’s office forward their databases to the Texas Department of Public Safety (TxDPS). By state law, TxDPS maintains an up-to-date registry of all sex offenders in the various counties of Texas. It makes this state-wide database available for public use on its website. Use the search functions on the TxDPS Public Sex Offender Registry webpage to find individual sex offenders by name and identify those living in certain Collin County neighborhoods and around college and university campuses.

How do I Visit an Inmate in Collin County Jail?

Inmates are allowed to receive visitors at the Collin County Justice Center for 25 minutes. To visit an inmate, kindly go through the inmate visitation schedule and guidelines. The location of the Justice Center is below:

Collin County Justice Center
4300 Community Avenue
McKinney, TX 75071
Local: (972) 547-5200
Metro: (972) 424-1433

Where and How to Find Collin County Inmate Information?

Collin County Sheriff’s Office is also responsible for keeping inmate records for all persons booked into the county’s jails. It provides an inmate locator tool on its website to help find individuals by name. Use it to search for current inmates and those released in the last 24 hours. It is also possible to locate inmates by using the Jail Records page of the Collin County Court search portal. There is a separate portal for finding Jail Bond Records.

What are Collin County Court Records?

Collin County court records are documents and files that relate to cases addressed by courts within the county. All records for District Courts, County Courts at Law, Probate Courts, and Justice Courts in Collin County are available on the county government’s website. To find criminal, civil, family, and probate case records, use the Case Online Search portal. The Judicial Online Search page trawls a bigger database that includes case records as well as information about inmates, active warrants, and constable civil paper. To find court calendars, head to the appropriate Courts Records Inquiry page.

The online database only covers current and recent court cases. For a historical case search, visit the District Court Clerk or County Court at Law Clerk. Historical cases include all Civil, Probate, and Justice Court cases heard prior to 1984. Criminal cases held between 1800 and 1987 in District Courts also qualify as well as those heard in County Court at Law between 1800 and 1999.

To get a District Court record in person or by mail, fill out the Records Request form. Submit it in person or by mail to:

District Court Clerk
2100 Bloomdale Road
Suite 12132
P.O. Box 578
McKinney, TX 75070
Phone: (972) 548-4320
Metro: (972) 424-1460, extension 4320

Collin County Court at Law Clerks charge $5 for all record searches conducted at their office. They accept in-person and mail requests for court record searches. Visit or submit a written request to the County Court at Law Clerk’s office at 2100 Bloomdale Road, Suite 12165, McKinney, TX 75071. Include the appropriate information, a self-addressed stamped envelope, and the search fee as check or money with a mail request.

Location of all Courts in Collin County

Nine District Courts, one Constitutional Court, six County Courts at Law, one Statutory Probate Court, five Justice of Peace Courts, and 19 Municipal Courts. The locations and contact details of these courts are below:

Collin County District Courts

Collin County 199th District Court
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #10030
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4415
Fax: (972) 548-4697

Collin County 219th District Court
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #20132
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4402
Fax: (972) 548-4697

Collin County 296th District Court
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #20012
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4409
Fax: (972) 548-4697

Collin County 366th District Court
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #30146
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4570
Fax: (972) 548-4667

Collin County 380th District Court
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #30132
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4762
Fax: (972) 547-5733

Collin County 401st District Court
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #30030
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4241
Fax: (972) 548-4697

Collin County 416th District Court
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #20030
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4520
Fax: (972) 548-4525

Collin County 417th District Court
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #30290
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4658
Fax: (972) 548-4298

Collin County 429th District Court
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #10014
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 547-5720
Fax: (972) 547-5727

Collin County Constitutional Court

Collin County Constitutional Court
Collin County Administration Building
2300 Bloomdale Road, #2106
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4185
Fax: (927) 547-5731

Collin County Courts at Law

Collin County Court at Law No. 1
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #20364
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-3860
Fax: (972) 548-3868

Collin County Court at Law No. 2
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #10344
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-3820
Fax: (972) 548-3828

Collin County Court at Law No. 3
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #10256
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-3695
Fax: (972) 548-3838

Collin County Court at Law No. 4
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #10374
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-3840

Collin County Court at Law No. 5
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-3850

Collin County Court at Law No. 6
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #30354
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 547-1850

Collin County Statutory Probate Court

Collin County Probate Court
Collin County Courthouse
2100 Bloomdale Road, #12360
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-6463

Collin County Justice Courts

Collin County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
Collin County Administration Building
2300 Bloomdale Road, #1164
McKinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4125
Fax: (972) 548-4188

Collin County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 - Farmersville
406A Raymond Street
P.O. Box 367
Farmersville, TX 75442
Phone: (972) 782-8671
Fax: (972) 782-8559

Collin County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 - Place 1
920 East Park Boulevard, #220
Plano, TX 75074
Phone: (972) 881-3001
Fax: (972) 881-3157

Collin County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 - Place 2
920 East Park Boulevard, #210
Plano, TX 75074
Phone: (972) 424-1460 ext. 3051
Fax: (972) 881-3098

Collin County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4
8585 John Wesley Drive, #130
Frisco, TX 75034
Phone: (972) 731-7300
Fax: (972) 731-7311

Collin County Municipal Courts

Allen Municipal Court
301 Century Parkway
Allen, TX 75013
Phone: (214) 509-4380
Fax: (214) 509-4389

Anna Municipal Court
101 South Powell Parkway
P.O. Box 776
Anna, TX 75409
Phone: (972) 924-3325
Fax: (972) 924-2760

Blue Ridge Municipal Court
200 South Main Street
Blue Ridge, TX 75424
Phone: (972) 752-5179
Fax: (972) 752-9160

Celina Municipal Court
142 North Ohio Drive
Celina, TX 75009
Phone: (972) 382-2682

Fairview Municipal Court
372 Town Place
Fairview, TX 75069
Phone: (972) 562-4240

Farmersville Municipal Court
205 South Main Street
Farmersville, TX 75442
Phone: (972) 782-8848
Fax: (972) 782-6604

Frisco Municipal Court
6865 Main Street
Frisco, TX 75034
Phone: (972) 292-5555

Josephine Municipal Court
108 West Hubbard
P.O. Box 99
Josephine, TX 75164
Phone: (972) 843-8060

Lavon Municipal Court
501 Lincoln Avenue # B
P.O. Box 340
Lavon, TX 75166
Phone: (972) 843-4219

Lucas Municipal Court
665 Country Club Road
Lucas, TX 75002
Phone: (972) 912-1204

McKinney Municipal Court
130 South Chestnut Street
McKinney, TX 75069
Phone: (972) 547-7676
Fax: (972) 547-7686

Melissa Municipal Court
3411 Barker Avenue
Melissa, TX 75454
Phone: (972) 838-2034
Fax: (972) 837-2931

Murphy Municipal Court
206 North Murphy Road
Murphy, TX 75094
Phone: (972) 468-4250
Fax: (972) 468-4251

New Hope Municipal Court
P.O. Box 562
McKinney, TX 75070
Phone: (972) 548-2489

Parker Municipal Court
5700 East Parker Road
Parker, TX 75002
Phone: (972) 442-6999
Fax: (972) 442-2894

Plano Municipal Court
Raymond Robinson Justice Center
900 East 15th Street
Plano, TX 75074
Phone: (972) 941-2199

Princeton Municipal Court
123 West Princeton Drive
Princeton, TX 75407
Phone: (972) 736-2416, extension 23

Prosper Municipal Court
200 South Main Street
P.O. Box 307
Prosper, TX 75078
Phone: (972) 347-3020
Fax: (972) 347-3083

Wylie Municipal Court
Wylie City Hall
300 Country Club Road
Wylie, TX 75098
Phone: (972) 442-8101
Fax: (972) 516-6143

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What are Collin County Vital Records?

Collin County vital records are official documentation of vital events that took place within Collin County. These vital records include divorce, marriage, birth, death, and other related documents. The Collin County District Clerk keeps all divorce records within the county. The County Clerk maintains all other vital records, including marriage, birth, and death records. The Vital Statistics Unit of the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) issues divorce and marriage verification letters, as well as birth and death records at the state level. A verification letter serves as evidence that a marriage or divorce occurred in Texas.

Where and How to Get Collin County Divorce Records?

The District Court Clerk’s office maintains divorce records in Collin County. To obtain a divorce record, fill out the Records Request Form, and submit it in person or by mail to:

Russell A. Steindam Courts Building
2100 Bloomdale Road
Suite 12132
McKinney, TX 75071
P.O. Box 578
McKinney, TX 75070
Phone: (972) 548-4320
Metro: (972) 424-1460, extension 4320

Interested persons may request verification letters for divorces between 1968 to date from the Vital Statistics Unit of the DSHS. A letter costs $20 and requesters can apply by mail only. To obtain a divorce verification letter, fill out the Application for Marriage or Divorce Verification. Enclose payment and a copy of a valid photo ID with the filled-out form and submit by mail to:

Texas Vital Records
Department of State Health Services
1100 West 49th Street
P.O. Box 12040
Austin, TX 78756-3191

Where and How to Get Collin County Marriage Records?

The Collin County Clerk processes requests for marriage records in the county. To request a marriage record, fill out the Application for a Certified Copy of Marriage License. Include a copy of a government-issued ID and payment ($7 per copy) and submit in person or by mail to:

Collin County, Texas
2300 Bloomdale Road
Suite 2106
Mckinney, TX 75071
Phone: (972) 548-4185

The Vital Statistics Unit of the DSHS processes requests for marriage verification letters from 1968 to date from interested individuals at $20 per letter. It can be requested by mail only. Fill out the Application for Marriage or Divorce Verification, and include a copy of a valid photo ID and payment to the filled-out form and submit by mail to:

Texas Vital Records
Department of State Health Services
1100 West 49th Street
P.O. Box 12040
Austin, TX 78756-3191

Where and How to Get Collin County Birth Records?

The Collin County Clerk’s Office is in charge of issuing birth records either through walk-in requests and mail requests. To make a walk-in request, fill out the Birth Certificate Application (Walk-in) form (also available in Spanish) and submit it to to the Clerk’s Office at:

Collin County Administration Building
2300 Bloomdale Road
Suite 2106
McKinney, TX 75071

Or the Plano branch at:

900 East Park
Suite 140-C
Plano, TX 75074

Both offices open from Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. For mail requests, complete the Birth Certificate Application (also in Spanish) and bring it to any of the addresses above. The County Clerk charges $23 for each copy of a birth certificate. Each additional copy attracts a charge of $4.

Interested persons can also submit in-person or mail requests for birth records to the Vital Statistics Unit of the DSHS. Simply complete the Texas Birth Certificate Application and attach a copy of a valid photo ID and payment. Submit these documents in person or by mail to:

Texas Vital Records
Department of State Health Services
1100 West 49th Street
P.O. Box 12040
Austin, TX 78756-3191

Where and How to Get Collin County Death Records?

The Collin County Clerk’s Office maintains the death records of the county. Interested persons can apply for death records in person or by mail. To make an in-person request, complete the Death Certificate Application (Walk-in) form (also available in Spanish) and submit it to the Clerk’s Office at:

Collin County Administration Building
2300 Bloomdale Road
Suite 2106
McKinney, TX 75071

Or the Plano branch at:

900 East Park
Suite 140-C
Plano, TX 75074

These offices are open from Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. To make a mail request, fill out the Mail-in Request (Spanish Version). The fee for the first copy of a death certificate is $21. Each additional copy costs $4.

The Vital Statistics Unit of the DSHS provides death records for interested persons. An applicant can submit a mail or in-person request by filling out the Texas Death Certificate Application. Notarize the form, attach a copy of a valid photo ID and payment, and submit to:

Texas Vital Records
Department of State Health Services
1100 West 49th Street
P.O. Box 12040
Austin, TX 78756-3191

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Collin County?

Collin County Property records are open to most members of the public. The Texas Government Code Chapter 552 allows people to access government records presumed to be public records unless otherwise stated.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Collin County

Collin County property records are under the care of the Collin County Clerk. Anyone in need of a property record can search for copies online, send a request via mail, or visit the office in person. The Clerk's office is usually open between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m from Mondays through Fridays. Interested persons can visit or mail a request to:

Collin County Clerk's Office
Collin County Administration Building
2300 Bloomdale Rd., Suite 2106
McKinney, TX 75071

The Clerk bills all searches at $10, while copies of a property record cost $1 per page and an additional $5 per certified document if requested. For mail requests, all checks should be made payable to the Collin County Clerk. The Clerk also accepts Credit and Debit Card transactions but will charge 2.3% of the cost of each order (or a minimum of $1) as convenience fees.

How to Look Up Collin County Property Records

The Collin County Clerk provides an online search tool for making enquiries about a property record. It is possible to look up a documented property record by accessing the Collin County, Texas: Deed Search Tool. Anyone conducting a search should do so by Name, Instrument Number of Property, or Volume/Page. For record-seekers who can only provide the property address, they should visit the Collin Central Appraisal District website to look up other details of the property. Subdivision maps and abstract maps are also viewable on the website.

Location of Collin County Property Assessors

Collin County Tax Assessor and Collector
University Drive Courts Facility
1800 North Graves Street
McKinney, TX 75069
Phone: (972) 547-5020