2019 Year In Review
Wash Your Hands
Long-time Public Safety Telecommunicator Cherie Doggett retired after 30 years of service
FCSO and FDAC Warn Residents of Gas Pump Skimmers
Life is too short to have a boring job!
Text-to-911 is Available in Flagler County
“COVID-19 has affected almost every single aspect of our daily lives, our children included,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “This video series will allow kids the opportunity to maintain that positive connection with their School Resource Deputy during this time. We hope this provides some comfort to our kids during this crisis. The men and women of the FCSO are here to serve and protect our community in creative new ways so that we stay connected to the community and students.”
With Students Beginning Virtual School, Sheriff Reminds Parents to Monitor Children’s Online Activity
“Parents, while we are going through this unprecedented time and all of us are having to adapt quickly to changes, it is more important than ever to monitor your child’s activity to make sure they are safe,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Technology is continually evolving and predators are adept at using the evolving technology to target and manipulate children. Be proactive in your child’s life, use monitoring apps, and talk with your children about staying safe online.”
On March 24, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Problem Area Crime Enforcement Unit (PACE) members were following up on a vehicle burglary that occurred on March 21 at 9 Veranda Way in Palm Coast.
Fugitive Released by a Volusia Judge Now in Flagler County Jail for Domestic Violence after Punching Girlfriend
“Doesn’t surprise me and it shouldn’t surprise the Volusia Judge that released him,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “He’s a serial offender and with his extensive criminal record almost anyone could see this coming. I’m just glad the victim was not seriously hurt. I thank Judge France for revoking his ROR and ordering him held in the Green Roof Inn. Now, I hope the criminal justice system will take his deliberate actions and throw the book at him. ”
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