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
The re-launching of the full-time Marine/Beach Unit is in honor of Captain Grady Prather, a 33-year veteran of the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office who headed up the Sheriff’s Office Marine Unit, which he also created. Captain Prather retired on January 31, 2008 after 33 years of dedicated service to Flagler County. He passed away on November 17, 2009. In 2011, an artificial reef was deployed in Flagler Beach through grants from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation and the St. Augustine Port, Waterway and Beach District. The reef was named in honor of the late Captain Grady Prather.
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office is offering its citizens free scent tracking kits by Find-M’ Friends Inc. that are available for pick up at the Flagler County Sheriff’s Operations Center in Bunnell. The scent tracking kits are easy to use and consist of a wipe and an airtight container.
Flagler County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to an overdose call on Sunday evening at the intersection of Webwood Place and Webster Lane in Palm Coast. Deputies found an unresponsive male with faint blue lips, cheeks and eyelids. A female on scene notified deputies that the male had injected himself with heroin. Deputy David Agata deployed his agency issued Narcan nasal spray and rescue units arrived and transported the male to Florida Hospital Flagler.
UPDATE: Christopher Heath Charged With Grand Theft and a 2nd Count of Fraudulent Bills While Still in Green Roof Inn
The charges are piling up for Christopher Heath, even while he is still in jail. Further investigation into the fraudulent bills found within Heath’ residence has connected him to another crime that occurred on May 10th when Heath bought an ATV from an unsuspecting seller via Craigslist using his counterfeit cash.
Sheriff Rick Staly, Chief Steve Brandt, and Chief Mark Strobridge attended the Crime Stoppers’ of NE Florida 20th Annual Banquet along with Detective Annie Conrad and her family.
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