Flagler County Sheriff Department

At the Freed Promise Project, we are monitoring the Flagler County Sherriff’s department for scandals, and corruption. We encourage reporting any information you may have on corruption or mistreatment of inmates by Flagler County Sherriff’s Department to the proper authorities immediately. We understand reporting the Flagler County may be a intimidating task, if you would like help please feel free to contact us at the Freed Promise Project @ reportabuse@fpphelps.com

With the COVID 19 Coronavirus pandemic effecting Flagler County Sherriff Department and Local County Jail we are paying specific attention to this situation. We are seeing a never before situation with the COVID 19 Coronavirus break out in the way the Flagler County is handling the treatment of Flagler County inmates please let us know of any mistreatment by the Flagler County jail to reportabuse@fpphelps.com

Current Flagler County Sheriff

Sheriff Rick Staly

Oviedo Police Department, dispatcher, police officer, 1974-75; Altamonte Springs Police Department, 1976; Orange County Sheriff’s Office, deputy sheriff, corporal, sergeant, detective sergeant, lieutenant, A/captain, colonel, director, undersheriff, 1977-2001; Seminole County Sheriff’s Office, reserve deputy sheriff and private security company owner, 2001-2012; Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, undersheriff, 2013-2015; 7th Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office, reserve investigator, 2016; elected Sheriff of Flagler County, 2016.

During the upcoming 2020 Elections, we are also monitoring Flagler County candidates in the current Flagler County Sherriff 2020 Election. We do this with an eye for fairness but with an understanding that no single person has more influence in the everyday life of Flagler County Inmates and their families.