2020 Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony
2019 Year In Review
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Text-to-911 is Available in Flagler County
“We are always trying to bring taxpayer money back to Flagler County through grants,” Sheriff Rick Staly. “This grant will allow us to focus on ensuring that we attract, hire and retain a demographically diverse staff to serve and protect the residents and visitors of Flagler County.”
“This woman and her family have lived for years being distressed and stalked by this deranged tormentor,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “This is a bizarre case of revenge were he ignored his injunction and dedicated his time to trying to make the victim’s life miserable and damage her reputation. I hope that the courts deal harshly with him and put him in prison where he can no longer prey on this woman and her family.”
“This is exactly why we implemented this technology,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Without this technology it is unlikely that this victim would have come forward and called on law enforcement for assistance. This technology was implemented to save lives and provide a quick response in an emergency situation and we’re grateful that she used it to get herself to safety. Remember to CALL when you can, TEXT when you can’t.”
Cities, counties and states across America are discussing the pros and cons on mandatory mask orders to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Looking at Florida and the United States it is obvious a “spike” of COVID-19 cases is occurring. We can debate all-day whether this is the result of more COVID-19 testing, the lack of social distancing, the lack of hand washing, not wearing face masks or a myriad of other causes.
“This is a tremendous level of recognition for such a young Bloodhound Team,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Sergeant Gimbel and K-9 Holmes make a great team and Sgt. Gimbel has put in so much effort to train Holmes in search and rescue. I am glad that all of Sergeant Gimbel’s efforts are being recognized!”
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