A Word From The Chief

November 12, 2019

A Word From The Chief

I would like to make you aware of some recent vehicle break-ins that have occurred in the Fairhaven and Regency areas. 

Reported items missing include power tools, a passport, money, and jewelry. Reports received so far, indicate that these vehicles were left unlocked. 

The Wilmington Police Department has been notified and is currently investigating. We are urging everyone to check their vehicles and property as soon as possible. If you notice your vehicle or property was unlawfully entered into, recall any activity or have information that may relate to this matter, please contact the Wilmington Police Department by calling 910-343-3600 and Landfall Security at 910-256-5311. 

Please be reminded to secure your homes and vehicles as well as keep valuables locked up and out of sight. 

Holiday Reminders

With the holidays fast approaching, I wanted to send out a few reminders to help us all have a happy holiday. If you have holiday parties planned, please remember we want to park cars on one side of the street as well as avoid parking on our main roads. If you need assistance with parking, please call the COA or email me at and I will be happy to help.  

With holidays and holiday parties, comes extra traffic and additional parking on side streets. Please realize the same traffic rules exist on Landfall streets as on any other city street. When faced with an obstruction in your lane of travel; you are required to yield to oncoming traffic. An obstruction could be a parked vehicle, a bicyclist, or service vehicle. Please use caution when maneuvering around parked or stopped vehicles to avoid a potential collision with oncoming traffic.  

Also, please remember to continue to call in your guests before they arrive as this helps to keep traffic at the gates flowing. Along with guests, please remember to call in Uber, food deliveries, and service personnel. Please remember to lock all doors and windows when leaving your home and please lock your vehicles and keep valuables out of sight.   

On behalf of your Security staff, we would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season!!! 

Chris Adam

Author: Admin