Skip To Sidebar Skip To Content

RICK STALY, SHERIFF

"An Honor to Serve, A Duty to Protect"

Message from Sheriff Rick Staly

fcso-app crimestoppers best-place

Welcome

Safety Video

DON'T ENGAGE IN ROAD RAGE

2020 Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony

2019 Year In Review

Life is too short to have a boring job!

No video selected.

Text-to-911 is Available in Flagler County

News RELEASES

News

5 FCSO Inmates Graduate the First Class of the ‘InsideOut Dad’ Program

5 FCSO Inmates Graduate the First Class of the ‘InsideOut Dad’ Program

One Wednesday afternoon, 5 Flagler County inmates became the first graduates of the new InsideOut Dad program inside the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility.

Read More

Sheriff Launches New “Homeward Bound” program in Flagler County Jail to Help Inmates Learn Valuable Skills for Future Employment

Sheriff Launches New “Homeward Bound” program in Flagler County Jail to Help Inmates Learn Valuable Skills for Future Employment

“This is a great opportunity for inmates to learn a practical skill while serving time in the county jail that will hopefully allow them to find a job quickly after release and get back on track to be productive members of our community,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Our goal is to help inmates leave our facility more prepared for success than when they entered.”

Read More

FCSO Working to Locate Two Unrelated Missing Flagler Residents – No Foul Play Suspected at This Time

FCSO Working to Locate Two Unrelated Missing Flagler Residents – No Foul Play Suspected at This Time

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Major Case Detective Darrell Butler has been working with the FCSO Real Time Crime Center (RTCC) and the FCSO Digital Forensic Unit since October 23rd in order to gather intelligence and data on the locations of both 30-year-old Jamal Bell and 13-year-old Xandar Garrett.

Read More

FCSO Awarded $532,000 Grant for Mental Health Program in Flagler County Jail

FCSO Awarded $532,000 Grant for Mental Health Program in Flagler County Jail

The U.S. Justice Department, Bureau of Justice Assistance, has awarded the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) $532,360 to support a collaborative approach to improve responses and outcomes for adults with mental illness, substance abuse and related disorders who enter the criminal justice system. This was a highly competitive national grant program and the FCSO was one of only three Sheriff’s Offices that were selected from across the country.

Read More

National Drug Take Back Day Safely Disposes of 166 Pounds of Medications

National Drug Take Back Day Safely Disposes of 166 Pounds of Medications

On Saturday, October 24, residents of Flagler County utilized the National Prescription Drug Take-Back locations to safely and properly dispose of 166 pounds of unneeded or expired medication.

Read More

Contact Us

Contact Us

DO NOT REPORT CRIMES OR INCIDENTS OF ANY TYPE BY E-MAIL OR FACEBOOK. THESE SOURCES ARE NOT MONITORED 24 HOURS A DAY.

EMERGENCY: 9-1-1   NON-EMERGENCY: 386-313-4911

Inmate Search