Wendee Hartman - Manager
Call (386) 437-4116 or email your request to
As part of the criminal justice process and as required by the state's Public Records Statutes, more than a million pieces of paper, ranging from traffic tickets to entire criminal cases are collected and maintained by the Records Division.
The paper trail begins with the deputy on the road and is eventually processed and filed in the Records Division of the Flagler County Sheriff's Office.
As technology continues to develop, a goal of the Sheriff's Office is to reduce the amount of paperwork generated through this office. Mobile data units in patrol cars are the first step toward that goal by generating all information electronically.
Requests for Reports
The public may request copies of accident and incident reports. If you have reported an incident or accident and need to obtain a copy for your insurance company, contact the Records Division for assistance.
In order to expedite your request, please provide the following information: case number, date, time, and location of incident when applicable, or the location the report was made, along with the name of person or persons involved. Other requests can be made under the freedom of information act.
There is a fee of 15 cents per page for documents over seven pages, and additional fees for postage, or other cost incurred.
Our hours of Operation are Monday Through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.