The security goals of gated communities tend to be universal. Simply put, everyone wants a safe, secure, and carefree environment for its residents and guests.
But no community is exactly alike and each has distinct challenges and concerns. So your security solutions need to be unique too.
That pitch-perfect solution demands technology, people, and policies and procedures that flawlessly align with your community's culture.
It also needs to be flexible enough to evolve as your needs change, whether that is in response to new, external security concerns or changes to your community covenants.
And though your gated perimeter delivers your fist line of defense, that barrier can be upgraded with an array of sophisticated human and technological enhancements.
At Securitas USA, we partner with you to understand your community's lifestyle and to identify your risks. Then we custom-design security standards and procedures and deploy technology ideally suited to protect your residents and property to deliver a total security solution that reflects your community's singular identity.
Security is a priority at Wilson Commencement Park, a residential community of single parents and children from struggling economic areas of Rochester, NY. More than 75 percent of the residents are previous victims of domestic violence.
All gated communities have something in common. There is a gate and there is someone who needs to open the gate for residents and visitors. Securitas recognized the need for developing this service and created a solution including the right technology and the right people.
The Capistrano Bay District, in Orange County, CA, is a gated enclave of 186 homes, all built on beach-front lots. The area was developed in 1927, and in 1959 was designated as a Special Services District under the California Code of Law, meaning that homeowners jointly are responsible for providing various municipal services for the community.
When Marvin Vasquez was made Director of Security at Stoneybrook West, a residential community in central Florida, he knew that picking a contract security vendor would be an arduous task. The chosen security firm would need to pass muster with the community’s manager and board of directors, as well as Vasquez’s own stringent standards.
Located about 20 miles south of Myrtle Beach in South Carolina’s Low Country, Pawley’s Plantation is a semi-private residential and resort community featuring a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course. The community consists of approximately 600 properties; year-round residents live in single family homes and townhouses while the condominiums are mostly rented to those seeking golf vacations. A clubhouse on the premises offers banquet and dining facilities.
Securitas USA provides security services at seven residential communities in the Hilton Head area, in addition to the island’s hospital and two municipal court buildings.
In one of the nation’s fastest-growing residential markets, Turnberry Place stands above the rest. The high-profile complex of four 40-story towers encircling an exclusive private club offers homeowners the ultimate in luxury living, plus panoramic views of Las Vegas.
Rossmoor, an award-winning, senior adult community located 25 miles east of San Francisco in California, hosts more than 9,200 seniors at an average age of 78. The 2,200 acre property includes amenities such as golf courses, tennis courts, swimming pools and a wide variety of daily education and recreation classes.
Securitas USA is the leading provider of contract security services for the private plantation communities on Hilton Head Island and beyond, offering a wide range of residential services.
Securitas USA provides contract security services to the Moss Creek community on Hilton Head Island. “We consider Securitas USA services to be an extension of the amenities we provide,” says Jill Cox, Assistant to the General Manager of Moss Creek, a private golf, tennis, boating and equestrian community of about 1,000 residences. “The officers are our goodwill ambassadors, and at the same time, they know what questions to ask visitors and what to look for in vehicles.”