Security Director’s Report – December 2015

As we prepare for the 2016 year, I would like to take a moment to reflect on 2015, which was a good year for security within PGA National. For the third year in a row we have seen decreases in the overall crime within PGA National. Your phone calls reporting suspicious vehicles and people was a tremendous help. We look forward to the challenges that 2016 will bring and we are confident that with your assistance it will be a great year.

Remember to always secure your vehicle when not in use and never leave valuables in your vehicle in plain sight. Always secure your home and set your alarm before leaving. You are always encouraged to report all suspicious vehicles, person(s), and activity and never hesitate to call security at 627-1600. Any information on the person(s) involved or vehicle description will be helpful.


  1. Peter Webel says:

    Over 10 house/cars in Preston were robbed last night in a single night. Could you please address this.

    • Property Manager says:

      To the best of the POA Board’s knowledge there were a few cars and NO homes broken into. All of those cars had been left unlocked by the owners/residents.

      The Board and PGA National Security continually remind residents to lock their vehicles (and their homes) but because we have so little crime in PGA National, owners sometimes forget to lock their car and sometimes valuables are left in plain view.

      PGA National Security is working with Palm Beach Gardens Police – however, in a few of the instances in Preston, the resident didn’t want police contacted.

      Remember, Be Car Smart… Lock Your Car At All Times!

  2. Just curious to what extent break-ins have been a problem in the park areas, such as Masters park and Burwick park.

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