On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security

Traffic Safety Continued

Landings Security continues to urge drivers in the community to practice extreme caution when approaching pedestrians and to call Chatham County Police Department (CCPD - 911) immediately if illegal activities are observed (e.g., pedestrians stepping out in front of traffic or “jaywalking,” etc.), and then notify Landings Security (912-598-1982, option 2).


Community Path

On January 29, Landings Security was notified of a motorcycle (dirt bike) operating on the community path followed by a juvenile on a minibike. Upon Patrol’s response, the persons were not located in the area. Based on the description of the adult and child, a reminder was provided to a resident about the Rule prohibiting motorized vehicles other than golf carts or bicycles on community paths.

Motor Vehicle Crash (MVC)

On January 27, Landings Security responded to TLA’s parking lot for a minor MVC. A driver backed into a parked TLA vehicle. No injuries were reported, and only minor damages were sustained to the vehicle.

Dog Park

On January 26, Landings Security responded to the Dog Park regarding a dog vs. dog incident, which appeared to have been caused while a dog was playing “fetch” and a second dog attempted to take the toy/ball. Veterinarian care was provided to the injured dog. Interviews were conducted with both parties, and the incident report was provided to Chatham County Animal Control and the Dog Park Committee.

Unauthorized Realtor Sign

On January 26, Landings Security discovered a realtor sign which did not comply with TLA’s Architectural Design and Development Guidelines. The realtor was contacted, advised of the infraction, and provided an opportunity to rectify the violation.

Water Leak

On January 26, a resident received an alarm for a possible water leak in their home. Landings Security responded to the residence and successfully turned off the water at the main. Residents are strongly encouraged to upload and use such apps as EyeOnWater.

Warnings and Citations

  • Warnings were issued to residents for early placement of dry trash.
  • Warnings and fines were issued to vendors for violations of failing to use safety cones and/or not having logos on RFID-equipped trucks or vans.




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

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