Message from the Sheriff
Welcome to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office. As the largest and only full-service law enforcement agency in Flagler County we are committed to providing you with premier law enforcement, court and detention services.
We are proud to be a triple-crown accredited agency. With more than 300 professionals serving you, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office is Accredited by the Florida Commission on Law Enforcement Accreditation; the National Institute of Ethics; and, our 9-1-1 center is accredited by the Florida Tele-communicators Accreditation Commission.
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office is committed to making Flagler County safe. For 100 years it’s been our honor to serve and our duty to protect our citizens and visitors.
- Rick Staly, Sheriff
See Something, Say Something
Community Policing Division Chief Paul Bovino graduated from the 271st session of the FBI National Academy (FBINA) in Quantico, Virginia on March 16. Less than 1% of all law enforcement officers receive the invitation to this prestigious 10-week academy during their career. Sheriff Rick Staly graduated from the 177th session of the FBINA and was in attendance for Chief Bovino’s graduation.
Stephen Goldberg, DOB 12/26/1985, of 186 Eric Drive, Palm Coast was arrested and charged with attempted armed carjacking, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and armed trespassing. He will be booked into the Flagler County Detention Facility under no bond.
“The video series is working,” Sheriff Staly said. “Our Fugitive Unit does a great job tracking down these offenders but no one knows where they are better than family members or friends. In this case, we tracked him faster thanks to the help of our community. Now he is off the streets and in jail where he belongs.”
Numerous Flagler County Sheriff’s Office resources were used during the investigation including the need for a detective to travel to Knoxville twice. The FCSO is seeking reimbursement from Wilson totaling $5,748.85. That is $4,978.85 in investigative costs and $770.00 in extradition to Flagler County. The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office has requested that the defendant repay the Sheriff’s Office (and the taxpayers) for the investigative costs associated with the investigation and arrest.
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