Here are Community, Marine Patrol statistics for February


Community patrol statistics for the month of February are provided by Securitas Account Manager Jay Cregeen.

The Marine Patrol report was presented by Marine Patrol Captain Steve Haney.

Community Patrol logged 17,600 miles and answered 233 calls for service with an average response time of eight minutes.

Officers issued 91 citations and three warnings.

There were six speed enforcement citations, three stop sign violations, 37 parking citations and one motorcycle citation issued.

Officers issued eight citations for failure to comply (refusal to show POA/DL/ID), seven verbal abuse citations, one citation for access control, one curfew citation and 26 miscellaneous citations. Four animal related citations were issued.

Eight passes and 35 POA cards were confiscated.

Patrol received five calls for suspicious persons/vehicles.

There were a total of 15 incident reports. Among them were five gate arm incidents, one lake contamination incident and three graffiti incidents.

Process servers were escorted to 18 locations with an on-scene time at the house of two minutes.

Concerns for security are vandalism/graffiti, speed enforcement and stop sign enforcement.

Marine Patrol performed 14 boat inspections, two fishing license/permit checks, 11 boat tows and 8 escorted hours.

One citation was issued for dog in the lake and two citations were issued for no fishing license.

Security Concerns? The POA has a new security email address for residents who wish to provide feedback on Community Patrol services.

The POA wants to hear from residents, whether it’s a compliment, complaint or a concern about security. The new email address,, is a non-emergency, no-reply email address.

Residents are reminded that Community Patrol is to assist residents with non-emergency Incidents, such as POA Rules and Regulations violations. Community Patrol can be reached at 951-244-6841, ext. 410.

For matters pertaining to the law and duties regularly carried out by peace officers, call the Riverside Sheriff’s Office (RSO) non-emergency number at 951-776-1099. For emergencies, call 911.

Community Patrol can assist with the following non-emergency incidents:

  • Loud noise complaints
  • Barking dogs or loose dogs
  • Speeding and traffic sign violations
  • Vehicle accidents
  • Motorcycle riding In community
  • Golf carts violating Rules and Regulations
  • Vandalism to POA property
  • Illegal fishing

For more information or to speak with management, call the Director of Security, Jay Cregeen, at 951-244-6841, ext. 411 or the POA Sr. Member Services Manager, Cory Gorham, at 951-244-6841, ext. 311.