We introduce to you a new resident relations page
of our website in order that we maintain the communication crucial to our mission statement.
Although we are not
police, fire or emergency medical services, we are part of an ever growing industry of private security. Our main mission
is to observe and detect crimes, emergencies, safety and lifestyle issues and report them to the appropriate authority to
make certain the event is resolved by trained professionals.
Your management company provides these
valuable services to you, the resident out of care and concern for your own lifestyle. Sophisticated management
like yours understand that your well being is important and take a proactive role in maintaining it.
Tenants Commuting on NJ Transit:
NJ TRANSIT continued to provide a heightened level of security today with double
the number of police officers on patrol system wide and triple the number of bomb-detecting K9 units.
trains, buses and light rail vehicles around the state today were likely to notice the robust security effort, which was made
possible thanks to an outpouring of support from the New Jersey State Police, as well as county and local law enforcement
agencies from around the state.
Customers who see suspicious activity or unattended packages at stations, aboard
trains or buses, or near transit facilities are advised to call the NJ TRANSIT security hotline at 1-888-TIPS-NJT or notify
a NJ TRANSIT police officer. To report a crime in progress, call 911.
Today, NJ TRANSIT Police continued their extensive outreach effort to advise
customers to report suspicious activity and unattended packages. Officers were deployed at various stations throughout the
systems to distribute orange “security tips” cards, which provide the suspicious activity tips line.
In addition, NJ TRANSIT
used its “My Transit” alert system—normally used to send delay information to customers’ cell phones
and Blackberries—to provide customers with the security reminder. More than 25,000 customers received the electronic