"Dedicated to Safety and Security"

The Security team at Woodcliff Lakes is dedicated to the mission of safety and security for the residents and their guests.  Whether patrolling the water, ATV trails, or roads in the community, we strive to provide professional protection and enforcement services to the community.

C. George Wolsleben

Chief of Security

C. George Wolsleben has been a professional law enforcement officer since 1981, beginning his career in the United States Army as a Military Police Officer.  He has held positions in Federal, Municipal, and County law enforcement agencies, and has been the Chief of Security at Woodcliff Lakes since1997.  He is currently deputized with the Saunders County Sheriff's Office and works very closely with not only this department, but with several other agencies in the region.  He has accumulated thousands of hours of training in law enforcement and emergency services related areas, including training with the FBI, DEA, and the ATF.  The Chief spent five years with the Police Department in Lyman, Wyoming as a Patrolman.  He spent ten years with the Uinta County Sheriff's Office in Evanston Wyoming, seven years of which was spent as an Investigator working major criminal cases including thefts, assaults, and homicides.  He has been a Boater Safety Instructor for the State of Nebraska since 1998, and also conducts ATV Safety Courses at Woodcliff.

Our Team

Sgt. Matt Hultquist

Matt is an active Law Enforcement Officer with the Saunders County Sheriff's Office, and has nearly 30 years of experience.  He has been with the Security team for over 20 years. 

Sgt. Josh Hatheway

Josh in an active Law Enforcement Officer with the Blair Police Department, and has nearly 15 years of experience. He has been with the Security team for 5 years. 

Sgt. Jen Jarman

 Jen is a Paramedic for Methodist Fremont Health, and is Assistant Chief of Rescue for the Cedar Bluffs Fire Department.  She has been with the Security team for 18 years.

S/O Steve Zaroban

Steve is an active Law Enforcement Officer with the Fremont Police Department.

S/O Domonic Savio

Dom is a Sergeant with the Fremont Police Department.

S/O Chad Ferrari

Our Services


Whether you are going to be gone for a day, week, month, or all winter, contact Security and let them know.  If we see activity while you are gone we will know to check a little closer and ensure everything is alright. 


It is important to ensure that your water craft are safe and ready for a trip out on the lake.  We will be happy to inspect them and make sure they have everything needed and legally required to keep you afloat.


The Chief (George) has been teaching Boater Safety for the State of Nebraska for nearly 25 years.  Everyone can benefit from attending this course and anyone born after December 31, 1985 is required to have this course prior to operating a watercraft.

As hard as we try, we cannot fix stupid, but we can give it a court date.

— C.G. Wolsleben