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Sheriff Staly to Hold 5th Annual ‘Addressing Crime Together’ Community Meeting on April 14th

Prepared by: Melissa Morreale

On Thursday, April 14th at 6:00 p.m., Sheriff Rick Staly will hold the fifth annual public Addressing Crime Together (A.C.T.) meeting. This hybrid meeting will take place in person at the Palm Coast Hilton Garden Inn, on the radio on WNZF Newsradio 94.9 FM or 1550 AM, and virtually via the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Facebook page. At the meeting, Sheriff Staly will discuss crime trends in Flagler County, the initiatives the Sheriff’s Office has made to improve public safety, and agency plans for 2022.

“Despite the pandemic and economic challenges we are facing today, I’m proud to say we have an incredible team and partnership with the community,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Since I became your Sheriff, there’s been a total crime reduction of 52% as we’ve implemented new initiatives to aid in keeping our community safe. Not only has our team done a phenomenal job, but the community has rallied around us and embraced the guardianship policing philosophy, and partnered with us to be the eyes and ears in our neighborhoods and business community. An engaged community is an informed and safer community and that is why the A.C.T. meeting is held annually to enable us to really connect with the community and get instant feedback. We look forward to sharing our goals and initiatives with you and we hope you will join us.”

The A.C.T. will take place on Thursday, April 14th at the Palm Coast Hilton Garden Inn located at 55 Town Center Boulevard. The event will also be broadcasted virtually via Facebook LIVE and on WNZF news radio at 94.9 FM or 1550 AM. This event is open to the public and registration is not required.

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