Flagler Beach Police Department
204 South Flagler Ave
Flagler Beach, FL 32136
Phone: (386) 517-2023
Emergency: Dial 911
The Flagler Beach Police Department (FBPD) has an approximate annual operating budget of $1.4 million and over 15 sworn officers. The department responds to 911 calls and other requests for help and service. Officers are trained to work in partnership with members of the community to seek out and resolve problems. Their main goal is to protect and enhance the quality of life for Flagler Beach citizens.
According to the city of Flagler Beach: the Chief of Police is the highest-ranking officer in the Flagler Beach Police Department. Appointed by the City Manager, the chief is subject to the approval of the City Council, and can serve a maximum of two five-year terms. The Chief of Police directs, plans, and coordinates the enforcement of the penal divisions of the City Charter, the ordinances of the City, and the laws of the state and nation for the purpose of protecting persons and property and for the preservation of the peace of the community. The Chief is responsible for testifying before the City Council, the state and national legislative bodies on law enforcement matters of importance to the City of Flagler Beach, as well as proposing new or amending existing legislation which could have an impact on law enforcement.
During a state of emergency, the Flagler Beach police department plans, coordinates and directs all activities needed to restore peace in the city and/or do whatever is deemed necessary to protect the citizens of Flagler Beach and keep them safe.