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About McKinney

McKinney is the government seat of Collin County, Texas. It covers 62 square miles. McKinney is named after Collin McKinney, one of the people who signed the Texas Declaration of Independence. The city was incorporated in 1849.

McKinney has a population of 181,000 people. An estimated 8,000 military veterans live the city. Among adults age 25 or older, 92% have a high school degree and 45% have a bachelor’s degree. 

The racial composition of McKinney is 62% white, 19% Hispanic, 11% black, and 5% Asian. Foreign-born people make up 14% of the city’s population. Twenty percent of residents have a native language that is not English. McKinney is home to 18,600 Spanish speakers and 1,200 Chinese speakers.

People in McKinney earn an average annual salary of $35,100. The median household income is $83,300. Seven percent of McKinney residents live in poverty.

Mental Health in McKinney

The McKinney Police Department (MPD) contributes to good mental health in the city. The Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) responds to mental health calls that require police intervention. CIT members are trained to interact with and assist McKinney residents who have mental health concerns. CIT also coordinates with third party agencies to ensure residents receive the care they need.

The MPD also has a School Resource Officer Unit. These officers establish good relationships between students and law enforcement. They make classroom presentations and assist with student counseling. The CIT and School Resource Officer Unit are both supervised by the Professional Services Unit.  


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