The Department of Public Safety (DPS) will miss our dear friend and colleague Sergeant Kenneth Samuel, who after 49 years of dedicated service to Princeton University, as well as working 50 consecutive Reunions, has decided to retire July 2015.
DPS is proud of the staff members who were recognized for their years of service at the annual luncheon, held March 16.
Employees recognized are: Dorothy Tilghman, 40 years; Donald Reichling, 35 years; Donald Thompson, 30 years; Patricia Bullock, 20 years; Julia Davila, 20 years; Maleci Malec, 20 years; Eva Rosen, 15 years; Twylen Hicks, 10 years; Paul Krzewinski, 10 years.
Congratulations to our very own Art Museum!
Pictured are Luis Armas, Julia Davila and Bill Boyle, during The City Dynamic - the Museum's annual benefit Gala on February 7 (Photo by Kristina Giasi, Marketing and Public Relations Assistant
Princeton University Art Museum)
This article was released on NJ.com, March 12, 2015.
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Martin A. Mbugua, Director of Media Relations
Office of Communications, Princeton University
Princeton University welcomed His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Wednesday, October 29, 2014. Associate Director of Support Services Duncan Harrison coordinated the security detail for the event on behalf of Public Safety collaborating with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, as well as with several University Departments to make it a huge success.”
Please join Public Safety in congratulating our newest sworn Campus Police Officer Jessica Colucci who graduated from the Mercer County Police Academy on September 17, 2014. Officer Colucci was also the sole winner of the Evasive Vehicle Operation Course (EVOC) award.
Following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) recent travel advisory for Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone due to the ongoing Ebola outbreak, Princeton University will not support undergraduate or graduate student travel to these three countries.
On June 17th DPS officially celebrated Nick Sutter on his promotion to the Chief of the Princeton Police Department by throwing a celebratory reception. Joining members from Public Safety at the gala were the Executive VP Treby Williams, other Princeton University colleagues, the PPD Command staff, as well as numerous representatives from Princeton City Council.