Council member Frederick Frazier was elected as an At Large member in 2019. He is a 24-year veteran with the Dallas Police Department and has spent more than 15 years with the U.S. Marshals Service. He is currently the First Vice President of the Dallas Police Association (DPA) and works closely with area law enforcement officials to provide guidance on labor and law enforcement issues.
Council member Frazier is actively engaged with local, regional and state politicians through established relationships built while participating in the past four legislative sessions.
Council member Frazier is an alumni of the Leadership McKinney Class of 2012. He is also focused on giving back to the community. He has spent the past twelve years dedicating his time in helping Assist The Officer Foundation (ATO) with their day-to-day operations, fundraising, marketing and networking to increase public awareness of the organization. He was instrumental in implementing a confidential counseling program specifically designed to assist officers and their families at no cost to them.
Council member Frazier and his wife Tracie moved their family from Plano to McKinney in 2007. They have three children in McKinney ISD public schools and actively participate in PTA and PTO organizations. He has been an active member and former President of the Valley Creek Dad’s Club for the past eleven years. Council member Frazier enjoys golfing with his family, hunting and watching and coaching his kids' sporting activities.