Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly Elected to Join Florida Sheriffs Association Board of Directors

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Sheriff Staly (right) being sworn in as an FSA Director. Photo Flagler County Sheriff's Office.
Sheriff Staly (right) being sworn in as an Florida Sheriffs Association Director. Photo Flagler County Sheriff’s Office.

BUNNELL, FL – The Florida Sheriffs Association (FSA) held their 2020 summer meeting of all Sheriffs in Bonita Springs on July 27th and 28th. During the conference, Florida Sheriffs voted for their new Board of Directors. Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly was elected to join the Board of Directors.

“It is an honor to be selected to serve on the FSA Board alongside my peers,” Sheriff Staly said. “I welcome the opportunity to help guide the efforts and direction of the Florida Sheriffs Association and its 67 member Sheriffs.”

The FSA has been in existence since 1893 and is one of the oldest rofessional law enforcement associations in the country. Their mission is to foster the effectiveness of the sheriffs through leadership, innovation, legislative initiatives, education and training, while providing a unified voice for the protection of Florida’s citizens and visitors. These law enforcement leaders are responsible for meeting the needs of 21st Century America. For more information, visit flsheriffs.org.

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