On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security

Transition of Duties

TLA staff met with Club management and their new Loss Prevention Officer, Kevin Richardson. The Club is finalizing their protocols for responding to residents’ needs, and Kevin is cross-training with TLA shift supervisors this week.  The new Club’s Security and Loss Prevention contact number is 912-598-2500. As previously mentioned in several correspondences, Club related security matters should be directed to this new telephone number effective June 1, 2020.

Hurricane Season

This year’s hurricane season officially starts on June 1st, however, there already have been two named tropical storms make landfall in May. Get your Hurricane preparations in order, and don’t forget to mark your calendars and “attend” this year’s Virtual CEMA Hurricane Town Hall on June 15, 2020 at 6:00 PM.  The virtual meeting will be via MS Teams and streamed.

Vehicle Accident

On Sunday, May 24, Landings Security and Chatham County Police Department (CCPD) responded to a two-vehicle accident between a resident and a mail carrier at the intersection of Landings Way South and Black Hawk Trail. The resident struck the back of the mail carrier’s truck. There were minor damages to the resident’s vehicle. There were no injuries reported by either of the involved parties.


On Thursday, May 21, a resident contacted Landings Security to report a theft. The resident stated that his putter and cover were stolen from his golf bag the previous day while he was at the Plantation practice range. The items are valued at approximately $300. The resident did not wish to contact CCPD to report the theft.

Suspicious Incidents

Security responded to Cotton Crossing on Friday, May 22, for a report of a suspicious incident. The caller stated that someone had rung her doorbell and knocked on some front windows. When she went to the door, she did not see anyone. Security patrolled the area with negative results. There were no similar incidents reported.

Security received several calls regarding a man stumbling around McWhorter Drive and walking onto Landings property on Saturday, May 23. Upon arrival, Security officers made contact with an individual who appeared disoriented. The man advised that he was homeless and admitted to entering the Landings on foot without authorization. CCPD was contacted and escorted the man off the island.

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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