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RICK STALY, SHERIFF

"An Honor to Serve, A Duty to Protect"

Police Athletic League

The Flagler Sheriff's Police Athletic League (PAL) is affiliated with the Flagler County Sheriff's Office and strives to have Law Enforcement actively involved in all of PAL's programs.

Flagler Sheriff’s PAL hosts youth sport programs from Football, Cheerleading, Track, Baseball, Softball and Martial Arts along with a variety of mentoring programs such as Junior Police Academy, Explorer Program, Girls Connected Inc. and Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Camps.

Flagler Sheriff's PAL serves almost 1,000 youth throughout Flagler County in programs that are managed and coached by an all-volunteer staff and is funded through generous support from the Flagler County Sheriff's Office, Flagler County Schools, and private business sponsors and individuals.

Flagler Sheriff's PAL believes that individuals can and do make a difference, and that the ultimate success of its programs depend upon the strength of its volunteers, teamwork, strong family values, and successful partnerships.

Flagler Sheriff's PAL programs reach across all racial, ethnic, religious, financial and physical boundaries in order to help each participant realize their own individual talents by encouraging our youth to be the very best they can be regardless of their abilities.

For more information on PAL programs, please visit www.flaglersheriffspal.org, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or by calling 386-437-4116.

The PAL office is located at 160 Cypress Point Parkway C217, Palm Coast, FL 32164

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