Welcome to the Flagler Beach Police Department’s official website. The FBPD is committed to provide safety for it’s residents and visitors of the City of Flagler Beach. With an active community policing department, the FBPD has an established relationship with the general public to provide professional and high quality law enforcement services.
The Flagler Beach Police Department is a technologically advanced agency familiar with both traditional community policing and online digital social contact. We provide several means for our citizens and visitors to stay up to date with what’s happening in Flagler Beach. If you have any suggestions you would like us to hear, please contact us and let us know.

Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Flagler Beach Police Department to serve and protect the citizens, businesses and visitors of our City by providing professional, competent Law Enforcement services. We strive to protect and preserve the Constitutional Rights of all people and mandate the fair and impartial enforcement of the law. We are committed to providing professional, efficient and courteous public service and creating a safe environment for those we serve. We will work as a Team in order to accomplish our mission with “P.R.I.D.E.”

  • Professional – we set the example for others to follow
  • Respectful – to ourselves and all that we encounter
  • Integrity – in our professional and personal lives
  • Disciplined – accountable and consistent in the quality of services we deliver
  • Ethical – in our behavior and our actions

Latest News

💙 United to help keep Flagler healthy! While the decision whether or not to get vaccinated is a personal choice, the overwhelming majority of new cases, and hospitalizations are unvaccinated individuals; so getting vaccinated is recommended. #COVID19 #FlaglerBeach #FlaglerSurf #ILoveFlaglerBeach #FlaglerStrong #FlaglerBeachPolice #FlaglerEM #FlaglerSheriff #FlaglerBeachRadio #surf973fm #flaglercounty #beverlybeach #bunnell #marineland #palmcoast ... See MoreSee Less
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🎃 News Release 🎃 - September 16, 2021 – The Flagler Beach Police Department will host a Halloween themed, drive thru event at Wickline Park in lieu of our traditional Trunk or Treat event. The health and welfare of our children, their parents, grandparents, siblings and other family members is our utmost priority. Due to the spike in cases related to the COVID-19 Delta variant, we believe the drive thru event is the safest way for the children of our community to celebrate Halloween. “Children are the most vulnerable to the COVID virus right now, as there is no vaccine for children under the age of twelve” said Flagler Beach Police Chief Matt Doughney. The Beach Boo Drive Thru is scheduled as follows; Date: Saturday, October 23, 2021Time: 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.Location: Wickline Park, Flagler Beach Flagler Beach Police Chief Matt Doughney stated, “We want the children of our community to celebrate Halloween in a manner that allows them to enjoy the spirit of the fall holiday, and do so as safely as possible”.The Halloween themed, pandemic precautionary friendly event will require children to stay seated inside their parent’s vehicles, while members of the Police Department and Fire Department will be handing out candy in individual safety bags. Wickline Park will be decorated in the spirit of the fall holiday and members of the Police Department will be dressed in Halloween costumes; along with face-masks. This community event is focused on providing the children of our community with the opportunity to participate in a Halloween event that is safe for them, their parents and the members of the Police Department.Traffic: Traffic wishing to attend the October 23rd event will enter the Wickline Center parking lot from South Flagler Avenue. Wickline Park is located right next to our City Library; 315 7th Street South. Vehicle traffic entering the parking lot will travel south, and when approaching the pavilion, they’ll be contacted on the passenger side of their vehicles by members of the Police & Fire Department. Individual bags of candy will be handed through open passenger side windows to children and/or parents, and we hope kids dress in their Halloween best! Once the children receive their Halloween treat, vehicles will make a U-turn and exit the parking lot onto 7th Street South. The Police Department will be utilizing electronic variable message boards to assist with directing vehicular traffic toward Wickline Park.Candy Donations: Unopened bagged candy donations, and zip-lock bags for the event will be gratefully accepted. If you’d like to donate candy, or zip-lock bags, please feel free to contact Ms. Dee Ramirez by phone at (386) 517-2020 Ext. 309.We’re looking forward to a “Spooktacular” time on October 23rd and we hope that the children of our community enjoy this year’s Halloween event. If you have any questions about the #BeachBooDriveThru please feel free to contact Chief Doughney at (386) 517-2024.#FlaglerBeach #FlaglerSurf #ILoveFlaglerBeach #FlaglerStrong #FlaglerBeachPolice #FlaglerEM #FlaglerSheriff #FlaglerBeachRadio #surf973fm #bunnell #beverlybeach #flaglercounty #marlineland #palmcoast ... See MoreSee Less
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🦨 ⬅️ 6 Feet ➡️🦨 - Social distancing helps prevent #COVID19 Stay separated and stay safe Flagler Beach! #FlaglerBeach #FlaglerSurf #ILoveFlaglerBeach #FlaglerStrong #FlaglerBeachPolice ##FlaglerEM #FlaglerSheriff #FlaglerBeachRadio #surf973fm #flagelrcounty #beverlybeach #bunnell #palmcoast ... See MoreSee Less
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🚀 Awesome 🚀 - Falcon 9 was launched successfully tonight and the photo was taken at 8:07 p.m. What a spectacular night launch! #FlaglerBeach #FlaglerBeachPolice #FlaglerEM #surf973fm #FlaglerSheriff #ILoveFlaglerBeach #flaglerstrong #beverlybeach #flaglercounty ... See MoreSee Less
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