The City Marshals Office is made up of law enforcement officers certified by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education. The City Marshals are licensed peace officers under state law and have full police powers throughout Collin County.
The City Marshals Office performs the law enforcement duties of the Municipal Court. These duties include arresting defendants in warrant status, transporting prisoners being held on McKinney Class C warrants and serving summons and subpoenas issued by the Municipal Court. The city marshals also provide security support for court operations. City marshals are specially trained in court security techniques to maintain order in the court and ensure the safety of the judge, prosecutor and all courtroom participants.
The Warrant Clerical Section is responsible for processing, issuing and tracking the status of all warrants issued out of the municipal court. Additionally, the Warrant Clerical Section is responsible for the entry and clearing of all McKinney Class C misdemeanor warrants that are on the regional database system.
For further information, contact the Warrant Division at (972) 547-7676 option 3, Monday through Friday (except city holidays), from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
McKinney City Marshals Mission Statement
It is the mission of the McKinney City Marshals Office to achieve excellence in service to the Municipal Court for the City of McKinney in its efforts to protect the Court and its customers, to serve warrants of arrest and all orders of the court effectively, efficiently, and with equality to all persons while also enforcing the laws of the great State of Texas and the United States of America.