A Day in the Life of the Security Team

We continue our segment, “A Day in the Life Of…” wherein we give you the 411 on what our staff does behind the scenes to ensure that life at Peachtree Hills Place is nothing short of luxury!

Today, we’re taking a look at how the Security Team maintains the wellbeing and safety of our Members. Our community security includes 24/7 surveillance via both camera and foot patrol conducted by a team of twelve guards, two patrol dogs, and an array of Certified EMTs.

Steven Campbell, Security Supervisor

Steven Campbell, our Security Supervisor, was a police officer in Washington, D.C., for 12 years. He handled patrol duties, answered a variety of 911 calls for service, and assisted with traffic control, and security for the Presidential motorcade. He relocated to Georgia two years ago and decided to switch from policing to firefighting. He is currently a firefighter with DeKalb County where he is involved in managing emergency calls including but not limited to medical calls and structural fires. Additionally, he is a certified EMT and enjoys the medical side of helping people and plans to continue his education in this field by becoming a medic. Steven enjoys utilizing his police, fire, and EMT skillsets to help best serve the Members of Peachtree Hills Place and The Terraces at Peachtree Hills Place.

Supporting Steven are Brandon Sterling (Lead Shift 1), Donald Bristol (Lead Shift 2) and Dale Harrison (Lead Shift 3).


Certified EMTs

  • Our Certified EMTs are local Atlanta and Dekalb Firefighters and assist with medical emergency needs.


The Dynamic Duo of Foreman & Tyson

To know them is to love them!  Foreman and Tyson are both alert, energetic 6-year-old Doberman Pinschers from the Volunteer State Doberman Rescue in Tennessee. Some of the highlights of their day include:

  • Patrolling our community along with our security team to help keep our Members and guests safe.
  • Greeting Members and guests with a smile and a tail wag!
  • Enjoying a treat or two from our Doormen.

This team is here for YOU! Be sure to say hello and thank you (or give them a soft pat on the head!) when you see them around. They’re so grateful to serve you!