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John W. Bruce
Official Twitter Page of the Frisco Police Department Chief.
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John W. Bruce Jun 9
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City of Frisco,Texas Jun 5
A familiar face with the Frisco Police Department will be the Interim Police Chief. Assistant Chief Greg Ward will serve as the City of Frisco’s interim ‘top cop’ effective June 14. Read more
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Steve Keating Jun 4
Trying harder the next time only leads to success when “the next time” includes a better plan.
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John W. Bruce Jun 5
Very important topic...
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John W. Bruce Jun 4
Thank you very much. It's been my pleasure to serve the citizens of Frisco.
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Carrollton TX Police May 28
Chief Derick Miller is now on ! Follow .
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Frisco Police May 25
DWI doesn't just mean alcohol. Intoxication is defined as not having the normal use of mental or physical faculties by reason of alcohol, a controlled substance, a drug, or other substance. Drive sober this . Your Community, Your Commitment
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Frisco Police May 25
SHARE - Our Officers have responded to numerous calls today about a scam involving criminals purporting to be from CoServ. Please follow these tips, and if you ever have any doubt about who you are talking to, find the company’s main number and call them directly.
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Grand Prairie 911 Communications May 23
Texas HB1090 unanimously passed through the Texas Senate last night. Once Governor Abbott signs this bill, all Texas 9-1-1 Telecommunicators will be reclassified as true First Responders!! 💛🖤💛
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Frisco Police May 20
There are over 400,000 motorcycles registered in Texas, and folks from all walks of life are passionate about riding. One more thing they share in common...each of them is a Dad, Mom, Son, Daughter, or Friend. Drive Defensively, Drive Friendly.
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John W. Bruce May 15
Replying to @CityOfFriscoTx
It was a great ceremony and truly appreciate everyone helping us remember and celebrate those officers who have given all.
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Frisco Police May 9
Please join us on May 15 at 8:30a as we honor those in law enforcement who made the ultimate sacrifice. Held in front of the Frisco Police Department near our memorial wall, the ceremony will feature a presentation of colors, 21 gun salute, and the playing of Taps.
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John W. Bruce Apr 26
So proud of both my boys, one graduated from last month and the other graduated from fire academy last night earning the merit award.
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Texas Department of Transportation Apr 26
Motorcyclists don't have the protection that cars and trucks have. Remember to always and always maintain a safe following distance around motorcycles.
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John W. Bruce Apr 26
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Frisco Police Apr 20
REMINDER - There are five different ways to contact us: 9-1-1 (emergency)…Text 9-1-1 (emergency, if you can’t call)…972-292-6010 (non-emer)…Tip411 (text info to 847411)…Mobile App. Our social media sites should NOT be utilized to report crimes or pass along information.
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John W. Bruce Apr 21
Get job Jason. You deserve this for challenging conventional processes.
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NENA Apr 19
#9-1-1 telecommunicators play an integral role in public safety. The will classify Public Safety Telecommunicators as a Protective Service Occupation. Ask your elected reps to support this bill:
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Mike Hagan Apr 18
Heard Alissa Parker speak about the Sandy Hook shooting and her daughter Emilie at the TPCA conference. Glad have partnered with to address training on active shooters and empowering our teachers to protect our students. , ,learning, leading
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Frisco Police Apr 17
Talking about prevention means stopping sexual violence before it even has a chance to happen. This means changing the social norms that allow it to exist in the first place, from individual attitudes, values, and behaviors to laws, and institutions.
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