Flagler County sheriff’s office increases patrols during Bike Week 2023

Whether you are attending Bike Week festivities as a participant or an observer, Flagler County deputies have pledged to keep the community safe.


The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office wants to remind drivers to be safe in the 10-day event.

According to a news release, deputies will be present across the county to manage traffic and monitor criminal activity, including motorcycle and car theft.

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Sheriff Rick Staly urges residents to celebrate Bike Week safely and stay vigilant.

“We will have zero tolerance for drinking and driving and aggressive driving,” Staly said. “Our deputies will be actively patrolling, but we ask that everyone drive safely.”

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If you see something suspicious, report it to the sheriff’s office by calling 386-313-4911 and 911 in an emergency.

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