Lookup Arrests and Wanted Persons in the City of Plano, Texas. Results Include: Arrest Records, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Eyes, Height, Weight, Sex, Age, Hair
The Plano Police Department
The Plano Police Department is responsible for law enforcement in the City of Plano and is one of the largest law enforcement agency in the northern Dallas metropolitan area. It is nationally known for its highly trained officers and first-class equipment. The police department has various divisions which include: Administrative Services Bureau, Criminal Investigative Services Division (subdivided into Crimes against Persons and Crimes against Property), Patrol Services Division and Support Services Division.
Among initiatives of the Police Department are promoting a positive law enforcement image with young people through the on-campus School Liaison Program, protecting youth by combating the continuing problem of drug usage, overdose and deaths within the community, solving neighborhood problems through the Neighborhood Police Officer Program and reducing traffic accidents at high-risk intersections through increased red-light enforcement.
The Chief of police in the Plano Police Department is Gregory W. Rushin. He has a diverse law enforcement background, with more than 34 years of police experience. Under him, there are 600 sworn officers and civilian employees.
If you have a pending warrant it is advisable to take care of it to avoid being arrested in your place of business, at home or during a traffic stop. It is easy to be arrested by the police if you have an arrest warrant because all warrants are entered into a regional database system which police officers can access anytime. To check if you have any outstanding warrants, visit the Plano Police Department’s website. The website has a list of outstanding warrants that is updated weekly. In case of an arrest, you will be taken to the Plano City Jail which is located at 900 E. 15th Street near downtown Plano.
The crime rate in Plano is 26% lower than the national average, and there are 6.28 daily crimes for every 100,000 people in Plano. The Plano Police Department’s main police station is at 909 14th St. Plano, TX 75074
Plano City, TX Police Department Address: 909 14th St, Plano, TX 75074, United States
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