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Princeton Police Chief Nicholas Sutter November 18th Speaker at Trinity Church One Table Café
Mandatory Rsvp by November 16th by calling 609-216-7770
PRINCETON-Princeton Police Chief Nicholas Sutter will be the guest speaker at Trinity Church’s One Table Café on Friday, November 18th, at 6:30pm. The mandatory RSVP deadline for the “pay what you can” community dinner is November 16th by calling 609-216-7770. We also offer a waiting list for hopeful guests. Trinity is located at 33 Mercer Street, opposite historic Morven.
Chief Sutter has served in the capacity of Chief of Police with the Princeton Police Department since 2014. He served as the Officer In-Charge of the department during 2013. Prior to his service with the Princeton Police Department, he served 18 years with the Princeton Borough Police Department.
Chief Sutter is a graduate of the West Point Command and Leadership Program as well as a graduate of the 231st session of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy. He is a member of the New Jersey Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates, the New Jersey State Chiefs of Police Association, the International Association of Chiefs of Police as well as the New Jersey Honor Legion. He holds a B.A. in Economics and a B.S. in Finance from Kean University and has pursued graduate level degrees at the University of Virginia and Fairleigh Dickinson University. Chief Sutter holds certifications in numerous law enforcement related disciplines including major case management and incident command and holds instructor level certifications in firearms and special weapons, physical fitness and the prevention of domestic violence.
Chief Sutter is a native of Hillsborough Township and currently resides in Lawrenceville with his wife and three sons.
Princeton’s Bahama Breeze Island Grille in Market Fair is graciously cooking – and providing – a Caribbean feast dinner of a mixed salad, jerk chicken, yellow rice, fried plantains and coconut cream pie.
All net proceeds from the dinner will be given to Mercer Street Friends, Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, Bread for the World, and Episcopal Relief & Development. Children are welcome, dress is casual and conversation is encouraged. Mark your calendar and invite guests now for the 2017 One Table Café dining experience that begins its seventh year on January 20, 2017.
To learn more, visit trinityprinceon.org.