Community shares views on Security issues

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It may not have been the meeting some audience members expected, but last week's session on Security improvements gave the Rancho Murieta Association and Community Services District a long list of community suggestions they say will be addressed in upcoming meetings. Read more » Read more » about Community shares views on Security issues

Pouring a foundation for improved security

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Rancho Murieta Association Directors Jim Crowder, center, and Alex Bauer go over some suggestions offered by the three dozen Murietans who attended Wednesday night's meeting on security. The meeting was an attempt to gather community input on the issues we face in advance of Joint Security Committee meetings, which will be open to the public. The audience was divided into four groups and asked to make a circuit of the room, offering feedback about various issues that were offered as starting points. Coverage of the meeting is upcoming at RanchoMurieta.com. Click photo for larger image. Read more » about Pouring a foundation for improved security

Town hall on security issues will be Oct. 24

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The Rancho Murieta Association and the Community Services District will hold a two-board town hall meeting on security issues 6 p.m. Oct. 24 at the RMA Building. Read more » Read more » about Town hall on security issues will be Oct. 24

Traffic enforcement efforts backed by RMA

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→ Video of RMA meeting (1 hour, 22 minutes)

The Rancho Murieta Association board, holding its monthly meeting Tuesday night, applauded the traffic-enforcement efforts that have been made recently on the community's streets. Read more » Read more » about Traffic enforcement efforts backed by RMA

Man arrested in break-in at RM home

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A 21-year-old man was arrested by sheriff’s deputies Friday after he allegedly kicked in the door and entered a home on Guadalupe Drive, according to Rancho Murieta Security. Read more » Read more » about Man arrested in break-in at RM home

Chief discusses Security's role, RM crime

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Jeff WerblunMisperceptions about Security’s role, crime incidents in the community and an occasional glitch in the new gate software were among the topics covered by Security Chief Jeff Werblun, speaking at the Kiwanis Club Thursday morning. About 30 members were on hand. Here’s a look at his 40 minutes of presentation and questions and answers. Read more » Read more » about Chief discusses Security's role, RM crime

Security chief to address Kiwanis on Thursday

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Jeff Werblun, Rancho Murieta’s Security chief, will be the speaker 7 a.m. Thursday at the Kiwanis Club’s meeting at the Villas Clubhouse, on Murieta Parkway. He’ll address Security’s role, responsibility and authority and answer questions. A light breakfast buffet will be available. Any member of the public is welcome. Read more » about Security chief to address Kiwanis on Thursday

CSD outlines Security's roles, responsibilities

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In its September "Pipeline" newsletter, the Community Services District responds to community concerns and questions about Rancho Murieta Security by explaining the department's role and functions. In short: They protect the community by being visible; in the face of criminal conduct, they are expected to "observe and report," not act; their power to make an arrest is the same citizen's arrest power you hold. As the newsletter says, "The authority and functions of District Security Officers are similar to those provided by private security firms." Read more » Read more » about CSD outlines Security's roles, responsibilities

Unlocked cars burglarized on South

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Three unlocked vehicles on Abierto Drive were burglarized overnight Saturday/Sunday and a bicycle was taken from a garage on the same street, Security reports. Read more » Read more » about Unlocked cars burglarized on South

CSD questions traffic enforcement impacts

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Here's a look at CSD enforcement in several categories in the last year. These numbers are taken from monthly reports to the CSD board and, when those were not available, from the daily Security Logs. “Parking” combines driveway and street parking violations. The August 2018 numbers are a projection based on the first 20 days of the month.

While the Rancho Murieta Association board has pushed for and welcomed stepped-up traffic enforcement, Community Services District directors took a critical view of its impact on patrol time at their meeting this month. The board also questioned an RMA proposal for a security committee meeting. Read more » Read more » about CSD questions traffic enforcement impacts

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