Princeton Township Swears in Two New Officers

New police officer Craig Humble sworn in by Township lawyer Ed Schmierer.

Two new Princeton Township police officers, Craig Humble and Chris Boller, were sworn in at the Princeton Township Committee meeting Monday night.

Humble, a Columbus native, attended Northern Burlington Regional High School and earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and sociology from King’s College. A graduate of the Burlington County Police Academy, he previously worked for the Medford Township Police Department. He lives in Springfield with his wife Sarah.

Boller was born in Plainfield and attended Immaculata High School. A graduate of the Trenton Police Academy with academic honors, he previously worked for the Hunterdon County Sheriff’s Office and the Ewing Township Police Department. He earned his associate’s degree from Raritan Valley Community College and his bachelors degree in criminal justice from Thomas Edison. He is a resident of Raritan Township.

Chris Boller is sworn in as a new officer Monday night.