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RICK STALY, SHERIFF

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FCSO hopes that this video will educate students on the consequences they may face should they decide to make threats of violence.

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FCSO Welcomes Five Interns for the Summer Internship Program

FCSO Welcomes Five Interns for the Summer Internship Program

Summer may be right around the corner, but for five members of the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Internship Program, school is still in session!

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Seat Belts Save Lives May 20 - June 2 is ‘Click-it or Ticket’ Safety Enforcement

Seat Belts Save Lives May 20 - June 2 is ‘Click-it or Ticket’ Safety Enforcement

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office will be participating in a Click-it or Ticket campaign from May 20 through June 2. The Click-it or Ticket campaign is a high-visibility enforcement effort designed to detect violators of Florida’s traffic laws with special emphasis on occupant protection.

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Sheriff Renames District 1 Office and Marine Unit in Honor of Captain Grady Prather Jr.

Sheriff Renames District 1 Office and Marine Unit in Honor of Captain Grady Prather Jr.

This morning Sheriff Rick Staly hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at the FCSO District 1 Office at 69 Mala Compra Road dedicating the newly renovated office in honor of Captain Grady Prather Jr.

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Father and Son Attack Deputies While Attempting to Flee

Father and Son Attack Deputies While Attempting to Flee

Just after midnight, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) responded to 3345 Old Kings Road South in Flagler Beach, for a verbal disturbance. Once on scene, deputies made contact with witnesses who advised a male, later identified as Darren Kuback (51 years old), was yelling in the area and behaving strangely.

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FCSO Now Offers Security for Realtors during Property Showing

FCSO Now Offers Security for Realtors during Property Showing

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) will now offer security for realtors who feel unsafe when showing property to prospective renters and/or buyers. Realtors who feel uneasy about showing a property at night or to someone they do not know can now contact FCSO and request a deputy to accompany them.

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