Campaign News

Bunnell Police Officers Endorse Sheriff Rick Staly, Flagler County First Responders Support Keeping Rick Staly Sheriff

For Immediate Release – May 6, 2024

BUNNELL – The Keep Rick Staly Our Sheriff Campaign announces another key endorsement for Sheriff Rick Staly’s re-election – Bunnell Police Officers say Keep Rick Staly Flagler County Sheriff.

“…[we] see your approach toward crime as progressive and vital to the safety of those you serve in Flagler County,” said Alton Ogden, President of Local 6068, International Union of Police Associations.

“I am honored to be endorsed by Bunnell Police Officers,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “This endorsement means that all first responders that serve our community – fire/rescue and law enforcement – have all endorsed me for re-election. I am humbled and honored that those who serve and protect our community want to keep me your Sheriff and working with them.”

Sheriff Staly has previously been endorsed by the Coastal Florida PBA (CFPBA), the International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO), the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge 171, Flagler County Professional Firefighters Association, Palm Coast Professional Firefighters, International Union of Police Associations, Florida Cabinet member and Agriculture Commissioner Wilton Simpson, Attorney General Ashley Moody, Florida Speaker of the House Paul Renner and U.S. Senator and former Florida Governor Rick Scott.

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Flagler Beach Professional Firefighters Endorse Sheriff Rick Staly for Re-Election

For Immediate Release – April 29, 2024

BUNNELL – The Keep Rick Staly Our Sheriff Campaign announces another key endorsement for Sheriff Rick Staly’s re-election – Flagler Beach Professional Firefighters, Local # 5270, also says Keep Rick Staly Flagler County Sheriff.

“It is not a difficult discussion for Flagler Beach Professional Fire Fighters Union to support Sheriff Rick Staly…He has continually proven to lead his department in good direction with the public’s safety being his top priority…,” said Gregory C. Evans, President, IAFF Local # 5270

“I am honored to be endorsed by the Flagler Beach Professional Firefighters,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “I have now been endorsed by all fire department employees serving Flagler County. They know first-hand my commitment to public safety and supporting those that serve.”

Sheriff Staly has previously been endorsed by the Coastal Florida PBA (CFPBA), the International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO), the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge 171, Flagler County Professional Firefighters Association, Palm Coast Professional Firefighters, International Union of Police Associations, Florida Cabinet member and Agriculture Commissioner Wilton Simpson, Attorney General Ashley Moody, Florida Speaker of the House Paul Renner and U.S. Senator and former Florida Governor Rick Scott.

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Palm Coast Professional Firefighters Endorses Sheriff Rick Staly for Re-Election

BUNNELL – The Keep Rick Staly Our Sheriff Campaign announces another key endorsement for Sheriff Rick Staly’s re-election – Palm Coast Professional Firefighters, Local # 4807, says Keep Rick Staly Flagler County Sheriff.

“…we have determined that you are the candidate best suited to represent public safety across Flagler County.

“I am delighted to announce the endorsement of your candidacy for Flagler County Sheriff by the Palm Coast Professional Firefighters Local 4807,” said Daniel Hackney, President.

“I am honored to be endorsed by another first responder organization, this time the Palm Coast Professional Firefighters,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “First responders know my commitment to public safety and supporting those that serve. I am honored to be endorsed by the firefighters.”

Sheriff Staly has previously been endorsed by the Coastal Florida PBA (CFPBA), the International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO), the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge 171, Flagler County Professional Firefighters Association, International Union of Police Associations, Florida Cabinet member and Agriculture Commissioner Wilton Simpson, Attorney General Ashley Moody, Florida Speaker of the House Paul Renner and U.S. Senator and former Florida Governor Rick Scott.

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Sheriff Staly Raises Over $100,000 and Garners Long List of Major Endorsements

BUNNELL – With first quarter of the 2024 campaign finance reports now due, Sheriff Rick Staly Campaign reports total monetary contributions to date of $101,634.00 plus $6,017.99 in-kind contributions from 206 donors. In this reporting period of 1/1 to 3/31/2024, Staly raised $54,566.00 plus $4,772.41 in-kind contributions.

  • With more endorsements to come, Sheriff Staly is proud and grateful to have received these major endorsements towards his 2024 re-election:
  • IBPO – International Brotherhood of Police Officers – FCSO Law Enforcement Deputies Union
  • CFPBA – Coastal Florida Police Benevolent Association – FCSO Detention Deputies
  • Agriculture Commissioner Wilton Simpson – Florida Cabinet Member
  • Flagler County Commissioner and Vice Chair Leann Pennington
  • FCPFA – Flagler County Professional Firefighters Association – Flagler County Fire-Rescue Union
  • U.S. Senator and former Florida Governor Rick Scott
  • IUPA – International Union of Police Associations – Flagler Beach Police Officers Union
  • Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody – Florida Cabinet member

“To have so many citizens and businesses express their financial and strong support of my re-election means a lot to me. I am also grateful to have so many prominent organizations and trusted leaders endorse me,” stated Sheriff Rick Staly. “I am especially thankful for the unwavering support of the organizations and officials who are devoted to keeping our community and Florida safe from crime that have recognized my record of crimefighting success. Despite fast population growth, crime is down over 50% since I was elected Sheriff and I intend to keep our community safe and criminals in the Green Roof Inn when re-elected for another term.”

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Flagler Attorney General Ashley Moody Endorses Sheriff Rick Staly for Re-election

BUNNELL – The Keep Rick Staly Our Sheriff Campaign announces another key endorsement for Sheriff Rick Staly’s re-election – Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody says Keep Rick Staly Flagler County Sheriff.

“Florida is at a 50-year low in crime and Attorney General Ashley Moody is at the forefront of helping and supporting Sheriffs reducing crime,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “General Moody has been a friend to Flagler County and Florida law enforcement and I am humbled to be endorsed by our Attorney General for re-election. She recognizes that under my watch Flagler County’s crime has dropped more than 50% since I was elected in 2017.”

Sheriff Staly has previously been endorsed by the Coastal Florida PBA (CFPBA), the International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO), the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge 171, Flagler County Professional Firefighters Association, International Union of Police Associations, Florida Cabinet member and Agriculture Commissioner Wilton Simpson and U.S. Senator and former Florida Governor Rick Scott.

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Flagler Beach Law Enforcement Association Endorses Sheriff Rick Staly for Re-election

NEWS RELEASE – March 26, 2024

BUNNELL – The Keep Rick Staly Our Sheriff Campaign announces another key endorsement for Sheriff Rick Staly’s re-election.

Flagler Beach Law Enforcement Association (FBLEA) # 6096 endorsed Rick Staly for re-election as Flagler County Sheriff in 2024. FBLEA # 6096 represents the Flagler Beach Police Department Officers and is part of the International Union of Police Associations (IUPA).

“,,,we have had the privilege of observing Sheriff Staly’s work closely, and we have been consistently impressed by his unwavering commitment to public safety…,” said Johhny Bingham, FBLEA # 6096 President. “Under Sheriff Staly’s leadership, crime rate in our community have dramatically decreased thanks to his innovative and proactive approach to law enforcement.”

“I am honored to have earned the endorsement of the Flagler Beach Law Enforcement Association,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “To be endorsed by the officers I have the privilege to work with and that know me the best is an honor of a lifetime.”

Added FBLEA President Bingham, “…His emphasis on community policing has resulted in a strong partnership between law enforcement and the community…has been instrumental in preventing and solving crimes…we urge the community to support Sheriff Staly in his candidacy for re-election with the utmost confidence and enthusiasm.”

Sheriff Staly has previously been endorsed by the Coastal Florida PBA (CFPBA), the International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO), the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge 171, Flagler County Professional Firefighters Association, Florida Cabinet member and Agriculture Commissioner Wilton Simpson and U.S. Senator and former Florida Governor Rick Scott.

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Senator Rick Scott Endorses Sheriff Staly for Re-election

NEWS RELEASE – March 22, 2024

BUNNELL – The Keep Rick Staly Our Sheriff Campaign announces another key endorsement for Sheriff Rick Staly’s re-election.

U.S. Senator and former Florida Governor Rick Staly has endorsed Rick Staly for re-election as Flagler County Sheriff in 2024.

“I am proud to endorse Sheriff Rick Staly for another term as Flagler County Sheriff. When Sheriff Staly was first elected back in 2016, he quickly went to work. And the results speak for themselves. Crime in Flagler County is down 54%. He’s committed to keeping Flagler County residents safe and to upholding the law.

Sheriff Staly has dedicated his life to keeping Florida safe and has been recognized for his service many times along the way. I was proud to award him the Florida Governor’s Medal of Heroism for his tremendous courage in the line of duty. I have no doubt that he will continue to serve Flagler County with integrity, bravery, and honor when he’s re-elected,” said Senator Rick Scott.

“I am honored to have earned Senator Scott’s endorsement,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “While Governor of Florida, I worked closely with then Governor Scott and still do today. He has always been a strong advocate for law enforcement to ensure we had the resources needed to keep our community safe. It was Paid by Rick Staly, Republican, for Flagler County Sheriff also a highlight of my career to receive the Governor’s Medal of Heroism from him which I display proudly in my office.”

Sheriff Staly received the Governor’s Medal of Heroism from Governor Scott in 2016 during a meeting of the Florida Cabinet. Governor Scott recognized Staly for his actions on July 31, 1978 when, then Orange County Deputy Sheriff Staly, was shot three-times while saving the life of a fellow Deputy Sheriff during a disturbance call in west Orlando, Florida.

Sheriff Staly has previously been endorsed by the Coastal Florida PBA (CFPBA), the International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO), the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge 171, Flagler County Professional Firefighters Association, and Florida Cabinet member and Agriculture Commissioner Wilton Simpson.

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Flagler County Professional Firefighters Local 4337 Endorses Sheriff Sheriff Rick Staly for Re-election – Joining Law Enforcement and other Community Leaders

NEWS RELEASE – March 18, 2024

BUNNELL – The Keep Rick Staly Our Sheriff Campaign announces another key endorsement for Sheriff Rick Staly’s re-election.

The Flagler County Professional Firefighters Association Local 4337 has endorsed Rick Staly for re-election as Flagler County Sheriff in 2024.

“I am pleased to announce that you have earned our endorsement for your 2024 re-election campaign for Sheriff of Flagler County,” said Jason Powell, President of Local 4337. “We want to thank you for your continued efforts to keep Flagler safe, and for your continued support of the men and women that make up Flagler County Fire-Rescue.”

“I am very honored to be endorsed by Flagler County Professional Firefighters Association,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “No one knows you better than the first responders you lead and work with so being endorsed by our the unions that represent our deputies and now the firefighters is a very humbling experience and I thank them for their confidence in my leadership as we serve Flagler County together.”

Sheriff Staly has previously been endorsed by the Coastal Florida PBA (CFPBA), the International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO), the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge 171 and Florida Cabinet member and Agriculture Commissioner Wilton Simpson.

FCPFA Local 4337 Endorsement Letter

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Sheriff Staly’s Re-election Campaign Reflects Extraordinary Community Support
Flagler County Rated “A” in Community Safety under Sheriff Staly’s Leadership

NEWS RELEASE – February 22, 2024

BUNNELL – Sheriff Rick Staly has raised over $91,000.00 and earned endorsements from the Coastal Florida Police Benevolent Association, the International Brotherhood of Police Officers, and the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 171. Polling conducted by Cherry Communications confirms that 80% of Flagler County voters believe he is doing a good job serving as their Sheriff.

“I deeply appreciate the opportunity to get up every morning, put on the Sheriff’s star, and go to work serving the citizens of Flagler County. Our team has achieved a historic crime reduction and Flagler County just received an Arating from crimegrade.org and is ranked in the 91st percentile of safest communities in America. Our team has been consistently recognized with national and statewide awards for professional excellence. I am especially grateful that residents and leaders of Flagler County highly value the job we are doing and are overwhelmingly supporting my re-election as their Sheriff,” said Sheriff Staly.

“Whether it is training, technology, community partnerships, reducing crime, youth programs, and soon becoming a 5-Diamond accredited Sheriff’s Office with prestigious national and state accreditations, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office under Sheriff Staly’s leadership has become a model for the country and a statewide leader,” stated Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives Paul Renner.

“Sheriff Rick Staly and the team he leads have made Flagler County into one of the safest counties in Florida and America in which to live. He’s a champion for the safety of our families, neighborhoods, businesses, schools, and children. He’s doing an exceptional job for our residents, and I am especially proud to support him,” said Leann Pennington, Vice Chair, Flagler County Board of County Commissioners.

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Florida Agriculture Commissioner Endorses Sheriff Rick Staly for Re-election

NEWS RELEASE – January 26, 2024

BUNNELL – The Keep Rick Staly Our Sheriff Campaign announces another key endorsement for Sheriff Rick Staly’s re-election. The Florida Agriculture Commissioner Wilton Simpson has endorsed Rick Staly for re-election as Flagler County Sheriff in 2024.

“I am very honored to be endorsed by Agriculture Commissioner Simpson, especially because we have so many large ranches and farms in western Flagler County,” said Sheriff Staly. “Commissioner Simpson is a member of the Florida Cabinet and knows that we have reduced crime by over 50% in Flagler County and that’s good for our residents, visitors and businesses.”

Sheriff Staly has previously been endorsed by the Coastal Florida PBA (CFPBA), the International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO), and the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge 171.

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Florida Police Benevolent Association Endorses Sheriff Rick Staly for Re-election

NEWS RELEASE – January 26, 2024

BUNNELL – The Keep Rick Staly Our Sheriff Campaign announces another key endorsement for Sheriff Rick Staly’s re-election. The Coastal Florida Police Benevolent Association (CFPBA), which represents all Flagler County Sheriff’s
Office Detention deputies, including sergeants and corporals, has endorsed Rick Staly in his 2024 re-election bid as Flagler County Sheriff.

“We ask our members, their friends, neighbors, co-workers and families to support your candidacy because of your commitment to law enforcement in our communities. On behalf of the thousands of members of our Association…the Coastal Florida PBA eagerly stands ready to assist your efforts,” said Mike Scudiero, Executive Director, Coastal Florida PBA.

“I am very honored to be endorsed by the men and women that serve our community daily in our detention facility and know my leadership the best,” said Sheriff Staly. “It is an honor to work alongside our award-winning detention team!”

Sheriff Staly has now been endorsed by all unions, Coastal Florida PBA and the International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO), that represent the employees of the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office along with
Palm Coast’s local Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge 171.

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IBPO & FOP Endorse Sheriff Rick Staly for Re-election

NEWS RELEASE – January 19, 2024

BUNNELL – The Keep Rick Staly Our Sheriff Campaign announces two key law enforcement organizations have endorsed Sheriff Rick Staly for re-election.

The International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO) and Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #171 (FOP 171) have endorsed Sheriff Staly for the 2024 Election.

The International Brotherhood of Police Officers, which represents all Flagler County Sheriff’s Office law enforcement deputies, including sergeants and corporals, voted overwhelmingly to endorse Rick Staly in his 2024 re-election bid as Flagler County Sheriff.

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Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly Files for Re-election

Crime Down 54% Since Sheriff Staly Elected – Promises Made, Promises Kept!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 3, 2023

BUNNELL – Today, Sheriff Rick Staly filed paperwork with the Flagler County Supervisor of Elections for re-election as Flagler County Sheriff.

Since Sheriff Staly was elected, he has led FCSO to an historic 54% crime reduction by implementing new service strategies, guardianship policing, adult and juvenile probation checks, immediate contact with Florida Department of Corrections released inmates, modernized Agency technology, created a Problem Area Crime Enforcement team, a state-of-the-art Real Time Crime Center, increased the Traffic Enforcement Unit by 130% to focus on aggressive drivers to make our streets safer and implemented rehabilitation programs, mental health and addiction treatment in the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility to provide inmates the opportunity to become productive residents and an inmate work crew to save taxpayer money. Focusing on preventing youthful crime Sheriff Staly created the Youth Services Section to focus on our youth and implemented the Sheriff’s Work Ethics and Training (SWEAT) program to redirect juveniles away from the criminal justice system. To ensure school safety for our children every school in Flagler County now has a dedicated School Resource Deputy assigned to their campus and two SRDs at each high school.

“When I ran for Sheriff, I made a commitment to reduce crime in our community, focus on our youth, crime prevention and professionalize and modernize the Sheriff’s Office. Promises that were kept and delivered for our community. Together, we have achieved a historic 54% crime reduction and your Sheriff’s Office is now a national award-winning model for the State of Florida. The Sheriff’s Office has been recognized by the International Association of Chiefs of Police receiving multiple awards. The County Jail was accredited and received the coveted American Correctional Association Innovative Jail of the Year award. And, our employees have received three of the top four annual employee recognition awards from the Florida Sheriff’s Association. However, there is still more work to be done to stay one of the safest communities in our region and state and that is why I am running for re-election,” said Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly.

FCSO is a four-diamond accredited agency. It is accredited by the Florida Commission on Law Enforcement Accreditation, the National Institute of Ethics, and the 9-1-1 Communications Center is accredited by the Florida Tele-Communicators Accreditation Commission and the jail is accredited by the Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission. FCSO is on the path to a 5th Diamond when the jail’s medical is accredited later this year.

FCSO has been recognized as a leader in law enforcement and has received four national awards. In addition, many of FCSO employees have received individual awards and recognized at state and national levels.

Sheriff Staly serves as Immediate Past President of the Florida Deputy Sheriffs Association (FDSA). He serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Florida Sheriffs Association and is Past Chair of the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches. He previously served for six years on the Commission on Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, including Chair of the Commission. Sheriff Staly was recently appointed by the Florida Commissioner of Agriculture to the Florida Private Investigation, Recovery and Security Advisory Council (PIRSAC) as the law enforcement representative member, a statewide position.

Sheriff Staly is an active member of the local community. He is on the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Volusia/Flagler Counties. He is Past President of the Rotary Club of Flagler County and of Crimestoppers of Northeast Florida. He is also a member of the Volusia-Flagler Police Chiefs Association, the B.P.O.E. Elks of Palm Coast, Bunnell Lodge No. 200 F&AM, and the Flagler County Gun and Archery Club.

During Sheriff Staly’s public safety service, he has received numerous awards, commendations, and medals. While serving the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, he received the Medal of Valor, OCSO’s Purple Heart Medal, and Florida Governor’s Medal of Heroism after being shot three times while saving the life of a fellow deputy sheriff. In 2015, he was awarded the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award from President Obama. In 2019, Sheriff Staly was selected as one of five finalists for the NRA’s Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award.

Sheriff Staly has been awarded lifetime memberships in the National Sheriffs’ Association, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Southern Police Institute Alumni Association, Florida Sheriffs Association, FBI National Academy Associates, and the Florida Police Chiefs Association. He is also a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association (NRA).

He and his wife moved to Flagler County in 2005 and started a security business based in Palm Coast in 2008. After growing the company to 128 employees with an annual revenue of $3.5 million dollars, he and his wife sold the company to a national security company in 2012. In 2013, he joined the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office where he served as Undersheriff for two years. Sheriff Staly was asked by the community to run for Sheriff in 2015. In 2016, he was elected the 18th Sheriff of Flagler County and overwhelmingly re-elected in 2020.

Sheriff Staly holds a master’s degree in justice administration from the University of Louisville and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Rollins College. Sheriff Staly is a graduate of the 177th Session of the FBI National Academy, the 79th Session of the FBI LEEDS Program, and the Southern Police Institute’s 79th Administrative Officer’s Course. He is also a graduate of the 112th Session of the National Sheriff’s Institute (NSI), and Session 2 of NSI’s Jail Administration, making him the first Sheriff in Flagler County to graduate from the NSI.

Sheriff Staly and his wife, Debbie, are members of Flagler Beach United Methodist Church and live in western Flagler County. Sheriff Staly has two grown daughters, Lauren and Diana, and three grandchildren, Aiden, Lexi, and Adalynn.

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Fighting & Reducing Crime

Flagler Sheriff’s Office Wins National Sheriff’s Association 2024 Crime Victims Services Award

National Sheriff’s Association Selects Flagler County Sheriff’s Office as Winner for their 2024 Crime Victim Services Award

Addressing Crime Together

Stalking crimes up 133% in 2024 over 2023, Flagler Sheriff says. Overall, Sheriff Rick Staly said, in a year-to-date comparison to 2023, most crimes are down in 2024…crime in 2023 was down 50% since 2017.

  • Article: https://www.observerlocalnews.com/news/2024/apr/22/stalking-crimes-up-133-in-2024-over-2023-flagler-sheriff-says/

Flagler Sheriff Reports Overall Crime is Down, More Deputies Needed

Flagler Sheriffs Office Visits All Felons, Not Just Sex Offenders. Program checks on all felons who move into the county after prison.

When Sheriff Rick Staly was elected Flagler County Sheriff, he promised the community to reduce crime. One of the initiatives he implemented was to check on Florida Department of Corrections inmate releases to verify their address and offer them help to be successful so they stay out of jail or prison.

$800,000 worth of deadly drugs seized in Flagler County undercover mission

Flagler County Sheriff’s Office receives grant to fight hate crimes

Fugitive out of Jacksonville wanted for sexual battery caught in Flagler County using Rapid ID

Sheriff’s Community Engagement Unit Trains 3,000th Woman in Self-Defense

Here’s how Flagler deputies keep tabs on known criminals – Undercover group ‘disrupts’ criminals

Hit-and-run driver arrested – victim was a paraplegic employee of Flagler Sheriff

FCSO recovers over $19000 for Flagler Schools in cybertheft

Award Winning Agency & Employees

Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Receives Grant for FDOT to Support Motorcycle Safety

NBC News: Florida Responders Rescue Woman and Baby from Sinking Car

Big Cheers for Flagler Sheriff’s Children’s Charities “Shop with a Cop”

Sheriff’s Shop with a Cop Raises Over $35,000 for Christmas Spree, Shattering records

Bold Ladies Select Flagler Sheriff’s Employee Assistance Trust as December Charity

Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly recognized with the Law Enforcement Leadership Award at the sixth annual Florida Historically Black Colleges and Universities Law Enforcement Luncheon at B-CU

Sheriff Staly Is Honored with Bethune-Cookman’s Law Enforcement Leadership Award

Sheriff Staly Elected Board Chair Of Florida Sheriffs Association

FCSO Deputy Wins Crime Stoppers Officer of the Year Award

Man receives award from Flagler County Sheriff’s Office after helping fight off shooter

Flagler Sheriff Rick Staly elected chair of Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation group

Crista Rainey Is State Association’s Officer of the Year, Capping Near-Sweep for Flagler Sheriff

Sheriff Staly Honored as Golden Eagle by Boy Scouts of America on May 12

Rick Staly Speaks At 2023 Volusia-Flagler Law Enforcement Memorial

2023 Sheriff’s Gala Raises $130,000 for Employee Assistance

 

Fighting Drugs

In a First in Flagler, Sheriff Goes Civil Route to Evict Repeat Drug Offenders in Mondex

$5.5 million in drugs confiscated during 11-month-long operation, Flagler County sheriff says

Rehabilitating Inmates

Flagler County jail awarded 2023 American Jail Association’s Innovation Award: The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office’s Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility won the award for the medium-sized facilities division.

Flagler Sheriff Lands $530,000 Federal Grant to Improve Mental Health Among Jail Inmates

Annual Report

To view the 2022 Annual Report of the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, visit:

2022 ANNUAL REPORT (flaglersheriff.com)

Cover Page of the 2022 Flagler County Sheriff's Office Annual Report featuring photo of the Sheriff's Office building and the Sheriff's seal