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.
Security responded to a resident’s report of two unleashed medium-sized dogs running around the Green and eluding capture. When the owner arrived, Security warned her not to let them get loose again and informed her that the dogs exceed VG’s weight limit.
ITEMS MISSING FROM VEHICLE: Court 12 Perimeter, November 26, 4:20 p.m.
A resident reported that her insurance and vehicle registration forms had been taken from her car. Security examined the car and found no vehicle damage or sign of forced entry.
SOMEONE TAPPING ON WINDOW: Court 5, November 28, 10:48 a.m.
After receiving the resident’s call, Security searched the grounds for more than a half hour but found no suspect.
DEFECATING IN PUBLIC VIEW: Court 13, November 28, 9:34 am.
Officers searched the area after a report that someone was defecating in front of a unit. No evidence of this action was found. Two men in the area were questioned, and one said he was, “bending down and it may have appeared strange from a distance,” but denied defecating.
SOLICITORS TRESPASSING ON PROPERTY: Court 11, November 29, 2:05 pm.
A resident reported three individuals going door to door attempting to sell a water product. Security advised the trespassers of the non-solicitation policy and escorted them off the property.
DOORBELL RINGING: Court 7, December 8, 5:30 a.m.
A resident complained that someone was ringing her doorbell repeatedly and told Security she never opened her door to answer the rings. When the officers arrived, they found no one outside. It turned out a neighbor had called police, and those were the doorbell sounds the resident heard.