The following are reports available for members of Collin County.
All warrants may not be viewable to the public. If you have any concerns regarding a warrant, please contact the sheriff's office or constable precinct in which you live to verify.
Search for an Active Warrant.
Citizens have two resources available regarding registered sex offenders, the OffenderWatch Sex Offender Database and the TxDPS Public Sex Offender Registery webpage.
Learn More and Visit Resources Pertaining to Sex Offeners.
Search judicial records and ourt information pertaining to active warrants, inmates, cases, and civil papers.
Run the Court & Case Information Report.
Run the Arrests and Releases report dating back up to one week.
Run the Arrests/Releases Report
Community Awareness Resources
The following are community awareness resources for members of Collin County.
Register and get alerts pertaining to the Collin County Sheriff's Office sent straight to your phone using Tip411 and/or the CCSO Mobile App.
If you have information regarding suspicious or criminal activity and wish to remain anonymous, you can do so in a variety of ways.
Submit an Anonymous Tip.
Collin County Sheriff's Office is asking the public for assistance in locating these individuals. If you have information on the whereabouts of any of these individuals, please call the Collin County Sheriff's Office. Callers may remain anonymous.
See the Most Wanted List.
Community Crime Map, connects law enforcement with the community to reduce crime and improve public safety. Crime mapping helps the public get a better idea of the crime activity in their area so they can make more informed decisions about how to stay safe.
See the Map.
The VINE service is provided to assist victims of crime who have a right to know about their offender's custody status.
See the Map.
The following are assorted resources for Collin County community members.
Collin County Sheriff's Office will no longer be available for citizen fingerprints. We encourage those needing fingerprints to review this link from Texas DPS: TxDPS Fingerprinting Services.
Additionally you may seek local fingerprinting opportunities such as Identogo.
CITIZEN COMPLAINTS & COMPLIMENTS
The Collin County Sheriff's Office takes all complaints against its employees seriously and will investigate them thoroughly Complaints and compliments may be filed in person or by email.
Submit a complaint or compliment.
Look up information pertaining to and learn more about Sheriff's Sales of Real Property, Personal Property, and corresponding tax information related to these sales.
Interested in having the Collin County Sheriff's Office Honor Guard at your event? Fill out the PDF below, but note that participation of the CCSO Honor Guard at any event is at the discretion of the Sheriff. We ask for at least four weeks' notice, but will try to accommodate short notice requests if staffing allows.
Honor Guard Request Form (PDF)
Fee & Permit Resources
The following are resources relating to Collin County fees and permits.
The Collin County Sheriff's Office requires that homeowners who have a monitored residential alarm system obtain a permit for that alarm system.
Learn About Alarm Permits.
See what Civil Fees exist and at what amounts, and discover what steps to take to complete payment.
See the Civil Fees.