Security Patrol

Security continues to be a highly regarded item for our donors. We see it prioritized on our gift envelopes and we hear it from our neighbors at our community gatherings. As a result, we have continued to spend a large portion of our annual donor receipts on security services provided by KMA Security and Patrol. Our typical expenditure over the years has focused on summer service coverage and the week of the annual holiday boat parade. last year we extended that coverage into fall and spring as our Peninsula experienced a higher than usual traffic as a result of the activity restrictions brought on by the pandemic.

Please see below an update about this year’s (2022) Security Program:

Security Efforts on the Point

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Due to a successful end of the year fundraising effort we are able to expand our security service to cover non-summer weekends in addition to the 7 day a week coverage during the summer months.

A quick overview of the service, coverage and times for 2022:

  • KMA will be the designated Security Patrol Service
  • Patrol will start Friday February 25, 2022
  • Non-Summer weekend coverage will include Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8 pm to 4am
  • Summer Coverage will be 7 days a week and will start Memorial Weekend and end Labor Day
  • Boat Parade Coverage will be included Dec. 14-18 and run from 5 pm-8 pm.
  • Year-end Holiday period coverage will be extended from Dec. 23 to Jan 3 from 8 pm to 4 am

The service will remain the same; focused on clearing the bay beach, pier and wedge park, managing noisy gatherings and late parties, alerting residents to open garages, monitoring loitering and/or suspicious activities and patrolling from A street to the Wedge and the beach entrances at G, I, L and M streets to help manage the beach traffic after hours.

Our primary security officer will be Walter Jenkins and he will be supported by Alex Llamas and Owner/President of KMA, Alex Martinez. The KMA officers submit nightly incident reports and are available on the Foundation’s website (www.cfbpp.org). Feel free to peruse if you are interested. In addition, KMA can be contacted by phone at 888-KMA-1988 if you see anything that needs their immediate attention during their patrol hours.

 

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