All Texas traffic laws and regulations are enforced on the roadways and parking areas of the College District campuses and properties throughout the District. Campus Police routinely patrol these areas to prevent crime from occurring and to keep the roadways safe for students, staff, faculty and community members. Drivers can be fined and vehicles may be towed at owners expense for violations of traffic laws.
Parking permits are required by all Faculty, Staff and Students, and can be picked up free of charge at any student life office on any campus.
Parking at Collin College sites is provided at no charge to students. Students should adhere to the following parking regulations:
compliance with the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Amendment of
1989, the Collin County Community College District and Century Court Apartments
forbids the unlawful delivery, possession, manufacture, sale, purchase,
use or distribution of any illegal controlled substances, alcoholic beverages,
steroids, inhalants and the illegal use of over the counter or prescription
To read Collin College's Student of Code of Conduct concerning alcohol and drugs, click here: Student Code of Conduct
Complimenting an Officer or Employee
as we recognize that conflicts between citizens and officers or employees
arise, we also realize that there are times when employees go above and
beyond the call of duty. Law enforcement officers and employees, like
everyone else, appreciate when their good deeds are noticed. Too often
officers are remembered only for the citations they issue or the arrests
made and not the thousands of helping hands they extend.
We are proud of the good relationship we share with the community.
complaint process is designed to deal with each case factually and fairly.
Citizens who file complaints are treated respectfully and their accusations
are taken seriously. All complaints are investigated thoroughly, and findings
are based on impartial evidence gained during the investigation.
There are two types of complaints.
The government code of the State of Texas requires that in order for a complaint to be filed against a law enforcement officer in the State of Texas to be considered by the Chief of Police, the complaint must be placed in writing and signed by the person making the complaint. A copy of the signed complaint must be presented to the affected officer or employee within a reasonable amount of time after the complaint is filed and before and disciplinary action may be taken against the affected officer or employee. (Sec. 614.022-023)
Complainants who have current criminal or traffic charges pending should be aware that the internal review process deals solely with the department matters and the conduct of agency employees. Regardless of the outcome of an internal investigation existing criminal or traffic charges must be dealt with through the proper courts.
Attention Collin College Students:
In compliance with the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act (section 1601 of Public Law 106-386), and the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act, any convicted sex offender who is a student, employee, or an individual who frequents Collin, must register with Collin College Police Department upon arrival. To register, contact an officer at 972-578-5555. Information regarding registered sex offenders at Collin College may be obtained from Collin College Police Department at 972-578-5555.
Texas Penal Code 30.05 defines Criminal Trespass as
any person who enters or remains on or in property of another without
effective consent and had received notice that the entry was forbidden, or
received notice to depart but failed to do so. “Entry” means the intrusion
of the entire body and “Notice” means the oral or written communication by
the owner or someone with apparent authority to act for the owner.
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Officer Don Mewbourn
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This site last updated November, 2011