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
On Friday, June 22, Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Tammy Stakes, of the Court and Detention Services Division, was served a notice of intent to be demoted to Deputy effective Monday, July 2, 2018 following an internal investigation into performance issues regarding incidents that occurred at the Flagler County Detention Facility in January of 2018 and later.
On Thursday, June 21, 2018, the Flagler County Sheriff's Office Special Investigations Unit and SWAT Team executed a Search Warrant at 57 Blakemore Drive in Palm Coast. The Search Warrant was the result of a two-month long investigation. The Special Investigations Unit received multiple complaints of heavy traffic in and out of the residence at all hours of the day and night.
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) wants to warn residents of a new scam targeting military families with fraudulent phone calls. TRICARE first reported concerns about fraudulent calls from the number (516) 253-2565 in late May. They say scammers are encouraging people to give them their personal identifying information. TRICARE and its contractors will never call and ask for sensitive information or health information over the phone.
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) has unveiled five new Mustangs that are actively patrolling the streets of Flagler County as a part of the expanded FCSO Traffic Unit. The Mustangs were purchased as part of an initiative in 2018 to expand the FCSO Traffic Unit in the City of Palm Coast.
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) has announced that they are joining forces with Ring video doorbell in hopes to fight crime in Flagler County in an entirely new way.
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