The Chester Lioness Club will hold its first meeting of the new 2016-17 year on Thurs., Sept. 1, at 6:30 p.m., in the Lamplighter Restaurant in Chester.
The topic for discussion will be “Burglary.” The discussion will be led by detectives Anthony DaCunza and Lou Capone from the local police departments.
Education and training have always been and remain a hallmark of the Chester Borough and Chester Township Police Departments. Of the current members of The Chester Township Police Department, four Command level officers have completed Staff and Command Leadership Training classes. All officers are trained in basic tactical response and three of the officers are members of the highly trained Morris County Rapid Deployment team.
DaCunza and Capone enjoy speaking to community groups to create awareness of the ongoing threat of burglary and their discussions are aimed at teaching citizens how to prevent burglaries.
Community residents are invited to join this dinner meeting by reservation only. To learn more about the Chester Lioness Club or to attend this meeting, call Holly Simmenroth at 908-879-5932.