On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security

Your Capital Asset Management Dollars at Work

Four Motorola R7 radios were ordered to replace the supervisor’s handheld digital radios in accordance with our Capital Asset Management Plan. The local vendor was able to procure the next generation of radios which will replace the older models.

The radio system’s repeater project approved in 2022 is in the final stages of obtaining Chatham County MPC approval and then Crown Castle’s process to approve installing the antenna on an existing cellular tower adjacent to the Public Works facility.


Motor Vehicle Crashes

A single motor vehicle crash occurred on March 6 near Landings Way North and Blount Lane. Chatham County Police Department responded, and no serious injuries were reported.

A single golf cart crash occurred on March 3 in the Tidewater Square area. CCPD responded, and no serious injuries were reported. The driver stated he attempted to avoid another vehicle and flipped his cart.


On March 4, Landings Security responded to the Marshwood Club area for a person possibly trespassing. Upon contact, it was determined that the person got turned around and did not know he had entered private property. The man departed the property without incident and was not seen again.

Missing Bicycle

A kid’s bike was reported missing from the Franklin Creek pool on or about March 6. The bike is described as kid’s Giant bicycle/mountain bike with black and white stripes. If you find the bike, please report to the Club’s Loss Prevention Officers (912-598-2500) or TLA’s Security (912-598-1982, option 2).

Resident Assist

Landings Security received a call regarding an unaccompanied child running across the golf cart bridge near Landings Way North and Bartram Road. Upon contact, we were able to reunite the child and his parents. The child was excited to start his summer early and was headed to the Marshwood pool.


On March 4, Landings Security responded to a lagoon adjacent to Diamond Causeway and encountered guests fishing in the lagoon without their sponsoring resident. The guests were advised of the requirement to be accompanied by a resident while fishing in any of TLA’s lagoons. The sponsoring member was notified of the infraction.

Driving with a Learner’s Permit

On March 4, Landings Security contacted a juvenile operating a golf cart. The driver was under the false assumption he could operate a golf cart without another licensed person 21 years or older accompanying him while driving a golf cart with a learner’s permit. The juvenile driver was advised of the actual Rule, and his mother responded to the scene.

Water Main Break

On March 3, Landings Security responded to a water main break on Village Green Circle. Utilities, Inc. was notified, responded, and initiated repairs.

Possible Gunshots

On March 1, Landings Security responded to the area of Shellwind Drive for what was reported as possible gunshots. Responding Officers did not hear any gunshots or observe any suspicious persons or activities.

Warnings and Citations

  • Warnings and fines were issued to vendors for not displaying logos on RFID-equipped vehicles and/or for not using safety cones.
  • Warnings were issued to residents for early placement of dry trash curbside as well as bulk trash, which is scheduled for collection the 2nd Friday of the month.

Warnings were issued for overnight parking of an RV and a trailer on private property.

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

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