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Flagler County Florida - FYFST

Flagler County

Flager County is located on the northeast coast. Latest population data puts the population right around 50,000. The major law enforcement for Flagler County is the Flager’s County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office are assisted by the two local police departments which are Bunnell Police Department and Flagler Beach Police Department. These departments are rather small and the majority of arrests and citations issued come from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office. The Florida Highway Patrol is also very active in Flager County and works along side all the law enforcement departments. As a collective unit, the law enforcement of Flager County generally produce 10,000 citations issued on an annual basis. These citations can range from criminal offenses such as driving without a valid license as well as driving under the influence, to moving violations such as running a red light.


Florida Highway Patrol spends most of their time monitoring the highways that run through the county. Flagler County will use speed traps, marked and unmarked cars, aircraft, laser and radar guns as well as the pacing method. Pacing is when Florida Highway Patrol will follow a vehicle for a certain amount of time. During the time the car is being followed, the officers will monitor their speed. If the go over the speed limit, they will then pull them over. Pacing is common in Flagler County, but the good news is we can help you if you have received a citation in Flager County. Please call our offices today, so we can discuss the particulars of your case. We can be reached day or night at 1-800-Fight-It.


The county seat of Flagler County is Bunnell. Flagler County has one courthouse, which is located at 1769 East Moody Blvd in Bunnell. Flager county is part of the 7th Judicial circuit and the county judge is Judge Sharon B. Atack. We have become very familiar with the county’s only judge as well as the police departments in Flager County, as we have been serving the area for quite some time. We are standing by to take your call.


We have been serving residents of Flagler County for years in the following locations, Bunnell, Flagler Beach, Palm Coast, Marineland, Beverly Beach, Flagler Estates, Hammock, Painters Hill, Espanola, Bimini, Dupont, Korona, Cody’s Corner, Favoretta, St. John’s Park, and Daytona North.


Legal Resources For Flagler County

  • Flagler County Sheriff’s Office

1001 Justice Lane. Bunnell. FL. (386) 437-4116

  • Flagler County Courthouse

1769 East Moody Blvd. Bunnell. FL. (386) 313-4400

  • Bunnell Police Department

200 South Pine Street. Bunnell. FL. (386) 437-7508

  • Flagler Beach Police Department

204 South Flagler Ave. Flagler Beach. FL. (386) 517-2020

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