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RICK STALY, SHERIFF

"An Honor to Serve, A Duty to Protect"

Law enforcement and detention services

 

Positions Available:

Law Enforcement Deputy    Detention Deputy   Reserve Deputy

See a glimpse into your future as an FCSO Deputy!

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STARTING SALARIES FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT DEPUTY AND DETENTION DEPUTY:

Starting Salaries

 

How to become a Law Enforcement Officer

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Minimum Qualifications: 

  • A high school diploma or GED equivalent. Military experience and/or college experience preferred; 
  • Must be at least nineteen (19) years of age or older;
  • Must be a United States citizen;
  • Must have a valid Florida driver’s license at the time of hire and maintain a good driving record; 
  • Must be of good moral character with no felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions involving moral character or false statements;
  • Eyesight must be corrected at 20/30 in each eye with glasses;  Depth and color perception must be within normal limits;

Drug Use Hiring Policy:

  • At the date of the application, the applicant will NOT be allowed to process if they had any prior use of a controlled substance (defined under FSS 893) within the last two (2) years for marijuana and five (5) years for all other illegal drugs;
  • Use of a controlled substance prior to age 25 may be considered a youthful indiscretion;
  • Any sale of a controlled substance to others will be an automatic disqualifier;
  • Use of any controlled substance while in a law enforcement position or in a position that carries with it a high level of responsibility and public trust is an automatic disqualifier;
  • Any untruthfulness about this or any other issue during the employment process will result in immediate termination of further consideration for employment.

 

FCSO Hiring Process

  1. Complete and submit this Employment Application to Careers@FlaglerSheriff.com.
  2. The FCSO HR Section will review your application and if preliminary minimum qualifications are met and you're selected to move forward, an invite to a Physical Abilities Test (PAT) will be sent.
    *FCSO follows the FDLE PAT Model which can be viewed by clicking this link.
  3. If you successfully complete the PAT, you may be invited to an Oral Board/Interview with a Panel of FCSO personnel.
  4. If selected to move forward after the Oral Board/Interview, the FCSO will schedule the following exams (each is a pass/fail and they are paid for by the FCSO):
    • Fingerprinting
    • Comprehensive background investigation and reference checks
    • Polygraph
    • Psychological examination
    • Drug Testing
    • Physical
    • Administrative review and meeting with the Sheriff 

 

** The Flagler County Sheriff's Office (FCSO) is committed to providing its citizens with a diverse, competent, trained and professional workforce by hiring highly qualified candidates. The FCSO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strives to reflect the diversity found in the community we serve.
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