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Flagler Sheriff Rick Staly elected as VP of Florida Deputy Sheriff’s Association

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The FDSA is a not-for-profit association that was established in 2008 by Florida Sheriffs to provide comprehensive benefits and a professional network, as well as camaraderie and a communications forum for Florida Sheriffs’ Office employees.
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By: Brittany Kershaw

Public Affairs Manager, Flagler County Sheriff's Office

 

Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly was elected vice president of the Florida Deputy Sheriff’s Association during its semi-annual meeting this week in Wesley Chapel. Staly had previously served as a member of the Board of Director’s for FDSA.

The FDSA is a not-for-profit association that was established in 2008 by Florida Sheriffs to provide comprehensive benefits and a professional network, as well as camaraderie and a communications forum for Florida Sheriffs’ Office employees. The FDSA is the largest organization of deputy sheriffs in the United States with a membership of over 13,000. The organization is most widely known for its “Lend a Hand” program that was responsible for distributing over $250,000 in benefits to the men and women who serve and protect the citizens of Florida since its creation in 2009.

“I am honored to serve as vice president supporting and representing the hard-working men and women of sheriff’s offices throughout Florida,” Staly said. “All employees and volunteers of FCSO are members of the FDSA and one employee has already benefited from the ‘Lend a Hand’ program during their time of need.”

For more information on the FDSA please visit their website at www.fldeputysheriffs.org

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