The Flagler Beach Police Department is committed to maintaining the utmost safety and protection of our citizens, while striving to enhance the quality of life.

The Flagler Beach Patrol Officers respond to all calls for police service placed to the Department, either through the 911 system, or through non-emergency phones. The patrol officers handle the initial investigations of thefts, burglaries, robberies, assaults, and all other felony, misdemeanor, and public service calls. Upon completion of the initial investigation, the case is either suspended, continued to the Investigations Division, closed by arrest, referred to the State Attorney’s Office for review/prosecution, or unfounded. The Flagler Beach Police Department supports and promotes the concept of Community Oriented Policing. This is accomplished by the assignment of officers to regular beat assignments, providing state-of-the-art equipment and training, and adequate staffing to handle approximately 50 calls for service received daily.

The department consists of sworn law enforcement officers, detectives and reserve Officers. The FBPD also houses office staff and a Victims Advocate known statewide for her outstanding work she provides this city and the county.

The Flagler Beach Police Department is located at 204 South Flagler Ave, which is just over the Veterans Memorial Bridge eastbound.