How to become a member
Thank you for your interest in becoming a member! The Collin County Deputies Association represents all employees of Collin County law enforcement agencies and is only as strong as its membership. We are a growing association and as we continue to grow, so will our member benefits.
After choosing one of the five levels of membership that applies to you, print out the form and either mail it back to the association with your form of payment, or forward it to a board member for approval. All applications can be found by clicking here or on the Downloads tab in the left column.
There are five levels of membership:
Active / $3.50 per pay period - Active employees of any of the member law enforcement agencies, sworn and non-sworn, of Collin County. Has access to password protected website and voting rights.
*Active members can complete a payroll deduction on the Downloads page (preferred).
Active/Life / Dues are waived- Retired employees of any of the member law enforcement agencies, sworn and non-sworn, of Collin County. Has access to password protected website. No voting rights.
Associate / $25 per year - Reserve deputies, COPS and spouses of active members and who are not themselves a county law enforcement employee. Has access to password protected site. No voting rights.
Supporter / $30 per year (May replace payment with donation of product if business. Dues may then be prorated for up to 5 years)- Any citizen in good standing within the community. Limited access to password protected site and no voting rights.
Honorary / No dues - Members of the public who the association feels have gone above and beyond in their support for the welfare and well being of association members. Holds such title for life. No access to password protected website and no voting rights.
*Any member ninety (90) days in arrears shall be dropped from the membership and shall not be reinstated until all arrearage is paid in full.
In submitting your application request for membership, you agree to abide by all rules and bylaws set forth by the Collin County Deputies Association.
Page Last Updated: Jun 26, 2011 (22:00:42)