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
Know The Signs, Domestic Violence is a Crime
James Rex Voorhees is in jail at the Flagler County Detention Facility after being extradited from South Carolina on a warrant for leaving two crash scenes in Flagler County on November 22.
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center has fielded several phone calls this week from concerned citizens who have received phone calls from the IRS claiming that they need to “pay up” or be arrested. If you receive one of these calls, do not give out any information – it is a scam.
“This was great police work by our patrol deputies and they potentially stopped serious crimes before they were committed today,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “These were dirtbags dealing poison from Orlando in our community. Our detectives are researching their history to see if they could be connected to any past ‘felony lane’ type crimes in Flagler County. Now they are booked into the Green Roof Inn where they belong.”
Undersheriff Jack Bisland, second in command at the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, attended the 51st Chief Executive Seminar in Tallahassee, Florida, and graduated on Wednesday.
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