Internal Affairs

Internal Affairs


The McKinney Police Department views internal discipline as the principle means of earning community support and promotes an expectation of accountability, thereby establishing mutual public trust.

The Internal Affairs Unit is responsible for internal investigations as well as oversight of data collection associated to Use of Force, Pursuits, Personal Injury and Fleet Accidents. The following table depicts trends in administrative issues for a three-year period.

Administrative Issues - Three-Year Trend

Incident Type 2016 2015 2014
Internal Affairs Complaints 24
22
33
Citizen Complaints* 24
37
71
Personal Injury Tracking 48
41
31
Use of Force
34
54
44
Fleet Accident
28
21
13
Vehicle Pursuit
12
22
15
Summary Discipline
20
13 11
*The variance in this category is due to additional training in capturing of this data within this module. These are both internal and external concerns.


File a Police Employee Complaint


You can file a complaint about a police employee with the McKinney Police Department's Internal Affairs Unit.

Peace Officer Involved Injuries or Death Report


The Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Art. 2.139 requires law enforcement agencies to report all officer-involved injuries or deaths caused by the discharge of a firearm.