The Flagler Beach Police Departments “House Watch” program initiative is available now to assist Flagler Beach residents while they’re away from their homes on vacation.
The program allows the owner/resident of a property in Flagler Beach to notify the Police Department in writing that they plan on being away from their home for a specific period of time. The period of time may be as short as a weekend or as long as ninety (90) days. The owner/resident must complete a Flagler Beach “House Watch” form (copy attached) and return the form to the Police Department; either in person or via mail. The “House Watch” form provides details about departure date, return date, owner contact information and other information that will assist the Police Department with making checks of the property. Additionally the provided information affords the Police Department the opportunity to interact with the owner/resident to insure that they’ve arrived home safely from their trip.
The “House Watch” forms will be maintained at the Police Department and will allow our Officers to make checks of the property, calls for service permitting, while the owner/residents are away. The “House Watch” program is a community policing partnership with our residents and the forms can be accessed via the internet on the Police Departments website and the City of Flagler Beach website or they’re available at the front desk of the Police Department, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
If you have any questions about the program, please feel free to contact Captain Doughney.