Public Security officers report all incidents to management, including those that lead to rule enforcement such as noise or parking violations. For more information, please go to the Management Overview page.
Multiple calls from residents brought two officers to the unit where, with a neighbor’s spare key, they entered the unit, assisted the neighbor, and called paramedics. After the paramedics arrived, one officer stayed until the unit was secured.
POSSIBLE ATTEMPTED BURGLARY: Court 15, August 28, 4:02 pm.
A neighbor noted damage on a resident’s patio gate lock and reported a possible attempted burglary. Security confirmed the gate lock damage, and the resident said she would put in a work order the next day. Security photographed the damage.
STOLEN VEHICLE: Court 16, September 14, time unknown.
A resident reported her 1990 green Volvo had been stolen. Security took a report, and she also filed a police report. Security said it would increase patrols in that area.
POTENTIAL BURGLAR: Court 5, September 19, 9:05 am.
Security arrived after receiving a resident’s call about a man looking over her patio fence. The man spoke to her but quickly departed when he saw her dog. Officers were unable to locate a suspect but said they would continue to patrol the area.
BELLIGERENT DOG WALKER: Main Green, September 21, 4:03 pm.
A resident called Security to report a man walking a dog in the Main Green and added he cursed at her when trying to explain he was breaking a Village Green rule. When Security spoke to the man, he again refused to comply. Security intends to pursue this situation and will report accordingly.
NOISY NEIGHBORS: Court 5, September 22, 11:00 pm - 8:00 am daily.
After receiving several complaints from a resident about neighbor noise preventing sleep, Security suggested the resident call Security in real time - as the noise is occurring - so that patrol can verify the complaint.