Collin County Detention Facility – McKinney, TX
This page is about the Collin County Detention Facility or Collin County Jail located in McKinney, Texas. Have you been here before? Tell us about it by clicking here.
How Do You Locate An Inmate:
There are three different ways to locate an inmate at the Collin County Detention Facility- online, in-person, and over the telephone. To check online click here; in person visit the jail at 4300 Community Ave McKinney, TX; or call either one of the phone numbers at 972-547-5200 or 972-424-1433.
Where Is The Jail Located:
The address for Collin County Detention Facility is the same as the Collin County Sheriff’s Office – 4300 Community Ave McKinney, TX.
What Time Is The Jail Open:
This jail is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
When Are Prisoners Arraigned:
Arraignments are done within the facility and vary in time.
When Are Visiting Hours:
A visiting schedule and rule book is posted on the website or click here. Visitors are required to arrive 20 minutes early to visitation time. All visitors are allowed 25 visitation sessions and an additional 5 minutes for walking time.
What Do I Need To Visit An Inmate:
In order to be issued a visitor pass, you must bring a valid form of identification displaying your photograph. A current Driver’s License or Texas State Department of Public Safety Identification Card will work. You must be dressed appropriately and you must appear on the visitation list in order to be granted a visitor pass.
What Items Can I Bring To A Prisoner:
Cash is acceptable and can be left for inmate anytime. Any other items are up for approval.
How Can I Deposit Money Into An Inmate’s Account:
The Collin County Detention Facility provides an online service to allow deposits into prisoner’s accounts. Click here to access the deposit site.
Once An Inmate Has Been Released Where Can I Pick Him Up:
An inmate can be picked up at 4300 Community Ave McKinney, TX in the detention lobby.
What Is The Website:
Click Here to visit the website for the Collin County Detention Center.
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