UNIDOS is a Hispanic community outreach program designed to provide assistance to Spanish speaking residents in the Plano area. UNIDOS meetings are held every quarter and conducted in English and Spanish. The program is hosted by the Plano Police Department with additional support from other departments within the City of Plano. The intent of the program is to act as a resource center for Spanish speaking residents and to present information and assistance in areas of importance to the Hispanic community. 

Meeting Dates & Times
Program Coordinators, Officers Richard Perez and Virginia Whiteside cordially invite you to attend the UNIDOS meetings hosted by the Plano Police Department.

Meetings are held quarterly (on the third Tuesday of each quarter) at 7 p.m.in the JB Toler Community Room at the Plano Police Department located at 909 14th Street in Plano. The upcoming 2016 meeting dates as follows and will be posted on the upcoming events tab of this webpage:

  • February 16, 2016
  • May 17, 2016
  • August 16, 2016
  • November 15, 2016
Topics of Past Meetings
  • Banking
  • Christmas Cops
  • City of Plano / Collin County Programs
  • Crime Prevention / Public Safety
  • Criminal Investigative Services Division
  • Criminal Justice System
  • Cultural Differences
  • Day Labor Center
  • Driver's License / Vehicle Registration
  • Environmental Services (Recycling)
  • Family Violence
  • Fire Department
  • Immigration
  • Insurance
  • K-9
  • Plano City Jail
  • Plano Independent School District
  • Plano Municipal Court
  • Plano Parks and Recreation
  • Police Department
  • Narcotics
  • Social Security
  • And Many Others...
Additional Information:
For additional information about the UNIDOS Program please email Officer Richard Perez or other members of the Neighborhood Patrol Officers Unit. We invite you to visit the official UNIDOS Program site as well as area UNIDOS programs hosted by these local law enforcement agencies: