Brentwood Emergency Management Page

Brentwood Emergency Management Page EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PAGE

Provide up to date information. to the people of Brentwood before ,during and after an Emergency. Provide situational awareness and preparation for emergency situations. Brentwood EOC is located at The Brentwood Fire Station and is Activated as Needed. PH 603 642-8132 (when EOC is Activated) Brentwood Community Shelter is located at The B.R.C.C Rt 125 and is opened as Needed. Helpful links:










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The Governor has extended the stay at home order until May 31, 2020.

As time goes on and we all become a little more restless at home, we are encouraging residents to continue to practice social distancing, frequent handwashing and limiting gatherings. Please be vigilant in staying home if you are showing symptoms of sickness such as cough, fever, or flu like symptoms.

At this time we are discouraging residents from coordinating and/or participating in car “parades” as they may be difficult to monitor to ensure the health and safety for all involved. We will allow for members of the police or fire department to drive by to celebrate special events (i.e. children’s birthdays). Please contact the non-emergency number to see if staff coverage would allow for a small procession on your special day.

We appreciate your cooperation and diligence while we all work together during these unprecedented times. We are making every effort to maintain the health and safety of the public and our employees.

Be well! Be Safe!


The Brentwood Police Department page is Having Technical Difficultly. They Hope To Be Back Up And Running ASAP


Power Outage
The Town of Exeter is experiencing a power outage effecting 5,000 customers. It is unknown what caused it or how long the power will be out. We will provide updates as soon as we are made aware.


Federal Emergency Management Agency
Update: Winter Weather Advisory issued April 17 at 6:15AM EDT until April 18 at 12:00PM EDT by NWS Gray ME
Areas Affected: Western And Central Hillsborough; Cheshire; Coastal Rockingham; Interior Rockingham; Eastern Hillsborough

.Low pressure will track through the Mid Atlantic region tonight,
before exiting the coastline south of New England Saturday
morning. Snow will enter southern New Hampshire tonight after the
evening commute, before ending as a mix of snow and rain Saturday
morning. Three to 5 inches of snow will accumulate during this
period, leading to slick roadways. Allow extra time if traveling
in this region tonight.

* WHAT...Snow expected tonight. Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5
inches. The snow may mix with rain Saturday.

* WHERE...Cheshire, Eastern Hillsborough, Interior Rockingham,
Coastal Rockingham and Western and Central Hillsborough

* WHEN...From 11 PM this evening to noon EDT Saturday.

* IMPACTS...Plan on slippery road conditions.
Slow down and use caution while traveling.

Amesbury Police Department (OFFICIAL)

Amesbury Police Department (OFFICIAL)

Have to agree with our friends from Plymouth Police Department on this one


Federal Emergency Management Agency
High Wind Watch issued April 12 at 3:47AM EDT until April 13 at 8:00PM EDT by NWS Gray ME
Areas Affected: Western And Central Hillsborough; Cheshire; Coastal Rockingham; Interior Rockingham; Eastern Hillsborough
* WHAT...South winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 50 mph

* WHERE...Cheshire, Eastern Hillsborough, Interior Rockingham,
Coastal Rockingham and Western and Central Hillsborough

* WHEN...From Monday afternoon through Monday evening.

* IMPACTS...Damaging winds could blow down trees and power
lines. Widespread power outages are possible. Travel could be
difficult, especially for high profile vehicles.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Wind gusts over 40 mph may make temporary
structures susceptible to damage.
A High Wind Watch means there is the potential for a hazardous
high wind event. Sustained winds of at least 40 mph...or gusts of
58 mph or stronger may occur. Continue to monitor the latest

Brentwood Police Department
Brentwood Police Department

Brentwood Police Department

Date: Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Contact: Kate Spiner, Director of Communications [email protected] / (603) 573-6103
Brandon H. Garod, Senior Assistant Attorney General
[email protected] / (603) 271-1217
Concord, NH -- Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald is warning about a wave of COVID-19 related scams surrounding federal stimulus payments. These scams target consumer vulnerability by attempting to capitalize on the anxiety naturally arising from current events.
The public should always be vigilant with respect to potential scams. However, during these challenging times, heightened awareness is essential. The Attorney General urges the public to use common sense and caution to protect against scammers.
Stimulus Payment Scams
The United States Congress recently passed a large COVID-19 relief and stimulus package that promises to provide financial relief to many Americans. Scammers have recently attempted to use the promise and anticipation of stimulus payments to acquire personal identifying information [PII] from unsuspecting victims.
In a recent example of how scammers are trying to use the anticipation of stimulus payments to collect PII, emails that appeared to be from the United States Treasury Department were sent by scammers claiming that the recipient was selected as one of the first to receive a stimulus payment. The phony email requested that the recipient provide PII including phone number, date of birth and profession in order to receive a stimulus payment.
What you should know:
 The Internal Revenue Service recently released guidance informing the public that most people do not need to take any action in order to receive stimulus payments.
 Government agencies are NOT sending out emails asking for personal information in order to receive funds or other pandemic relief opportunities.
How to protect yourself:
 Any request via a phone call, text message or email for personal identifying information, or any other information as a prerequisite for receiving a stimulus payment should be heavily scrutinized.
 Do not engage with callers or emails from unrecognized sources.
 Do your homework, ask questions and use the IRS website for accurate information:
 New Hampshire people who receive requests for information in exchange for a stimulus
payment should contact the Consumer Protection and Antitrust Bureau of the Attorney
General’s Office.
Stay Informed:
 For up-to-date information about the COVID-19 outbreak in New Hampshire visit:
 For more information about Scams and how to protect yourself, visit:
Contact the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Hotline to report a scam:
 Phone: 1-888-468-4454
 Email: [email protected]
 Website:

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Scam of the Week - Exploiting the Coronavirus: Fear of Infection

The newest Coronavirus-themed phishing attack may be the most ruthless yet. The cybercriminals are sending emails that appear to be from a hospital and warn that you have been exposed to the virus through contact with a colleague, friend, or family member. Attached to the email is a “pre-filled” form to download and take with you to the hospital. Don’t be fooled. The attachment is actually a sophisticated piece of malware. This threat relies on panic and fear to bypass rational thinking. Don’t give in!

Remember to stay vigilant:

Think before you click. The bad guys rely on impulsive clicking.
Never download an attachment from an email you weren’t expecting.
Even if the sender appears to be from a familiar organization, the email address could be spoofed.

Stop, Look, and Think. Don't be fooled.
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Rockingham County NH Weather Alerts

Rockingham County NH Weather Alerts

Special Weather Statement issued March 29 at 8:13PM EDT by NWS ...A LINE OF STRONG THUNDERSTORMS WILL AFFECT ROCKINGHAM...SOUTHERN STRAFFORD...NORTHEASTERN CHESHIRE...HILLSBOROUGH...SOUTHERN BELKNAP AND MERRIMACK COUNTIES... At 812 PM EDT, radar indicated strong thunderstorms were located along a line extending from near Windsor to Milford. Movement was northeast at 60 mph. #NHWX

NH Homeland Security and Emergency Management

NH Homeland Security and Emergency Management

3/28/2020 6:45PM UPDATE: 211NH telephone lines are working. Call your healthcare provider first, but know that 2-1-1 is available to answer your questions about COVID-19 in NH. #ReadyNH #211NH #GraniteTough #COVID19

3/28/2020 3:50PM UPDATE: 211NH is aware of a telephone line issue and are actively working with their line provider to address it. In the meantime, if you are calling 2-1-1 about COVID-19 questions in NH please call (603) 271-4496. #ReadyNH

Brentwood Police Department

Brentwood Police Department

Released by: Gordon J. MacDonald, Attorney General
Subject: New Hampshire Attorney General’s Charitable Trusts Unit Issues Scam Alert as a result of the COVID-19 Outbreak
Date: Thursday, March 26, 2020
Contact: Kate Spiner, Director of Communications
[email protected] / 603-573-6103

Concord, NH – Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald urges people in New Hampshire to be on the alert for charitable giving and consumer product scams related to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Scammers may take advantage of fears related to COVID-19 outbreak by selling bogus “treatment” and “prevention” products, establishing fake charities, and sending seemingly legitimate emails with malicious links or attachments.
Be Careful When Making Charitable Donations

• Before making donations to support those who are ill or suffering financially because of the COVID-19 outbreak, do your homework:
• If the appeal claims to be from a charity, make sure that it is registered with the Attorney General’s Charitable Trusts Unit. The list may be found here:;
• If the appeal is for an individual, think hard about donating unless you know the person needing help and that person’s circumstances;
• Do not let anyone rush you into making a donation;
• Check that you are dealing with a legitimate charity or individual and not an “imposter” with a deceptively similar name;
• Do not assume that social media recommendations for donations are legitimate.

Beware of False Claims and Deceptive Marketing
• Do not be tempted by claims and advice on social media and online websites that certain products or treatments can cure or prevent COVID-19.
• There currently are no prescription or over-the-counter pills, vaccines, oils, lotions, or other products available to treat or cure COVID-19. Always check with your health care provider before buying such products.

Be on the Lookout for Phony CDC Emails

Be careful about opening emails claiming to be from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or from others claiming to have information about COVID-19. Clicking on links or attachments could cause a computer virus to infect your device.

Stay Informed

• For up-to-date information about the COVID-19 outbreak in New Hampshire visit:

To report a charitable giving scam, contact the Charitable Trusts Unit:
• Phone: 603-271-3591
• Email: [email protected]
• Website:

To report a business-related scam, contact the Consumer Protection Hotline:
• Phone: 1-888-468-4454
• Email: [email protected]
• Website:
Field Services (EKG)
New Hampshire Department of Safety
Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Office: 603-223-3663
Fax: 603-223-3609
[email protected]


Federal Emergency Management Agency
Winter Storm Warning issued March 23 at 3:50AM EDT until March 24 at 4:00AM EDT by NWS Gray ME
Areas Affected: Western And Central Hillsborough; Interior Rockingham; Eastern Hillsborough
...Accumulating Snowfall this Afternoon and Tonight...

.Low pressure will develop along the Mid Atlantic coast today and
move northeast, spreading precipitation into northern New England
by this afternoon. While most locations will see snow, rain will
be possible along the coast. There will be several hours of heavy
wet snowfall tonight, which may lead to downed branches and power

* WHAT...Heavy snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 4 to 7
inches expected.

* WHERE...Eastern Hillsborough, Interior Rockingham and Western
and Central Hillsborough Counties.

* WHEN...From 4 PM this afternoon to 4 AM EDT Tuesday.

* IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult. The hazardous
conditions could impact the morning or evening commute. The wet
nature of the snow could cause limbs to fall, creating power
If you must travel, keep an extra flashlight, food, and water in
your vehicle in case of an emergency.


Interior Rockingham County, NH *WINTER WEATHER WATCH* A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for south-central New Hampshire (interior Rockingham) and southwestern ME from 16:00hrs Monday to 08:00hrs Tuesday. Heavy snow is expected with accumulation of 6 inches or more possible. Hazardous travel conditions are likely along with scattered power outages - 3/22 - 16:00

Brentwood Police Department

Brentwood Police Department

Good evening everyone. On behalf of the First Pilgrim Church we are going to post a request for their dwindling food bank.

Do you have a can to spare?

Unfortunately, our pantry shelves are quite bare.

During this difficult time, our Food Pantry has seen an increased usage. We expect this trend to continue as the crisis we facing unfolds.

We appreciate your help in filling up the food pantry for those who are being hardest hit by this current situation we find ourselves in.

Pilgrim Church gladly accepts non-perishable items as well as monetary donations. You can leave bags or boxes of donations in the plastic tote outside the doors of the church.

Right now, our staff will be available Tuesday and Thursday from 9-1 though our building is closed to encourage physical distancing. Please call 778-3189 to let us know you are coming.

Stay Safe!
Stay Healthy!
Keep breathing!
Love your neighbor from afar.

Blessings to you & Thank you!

The First Pilgrim Church

Brentwood Police Department
Brentwood Police Department

Brentwood Police Department

In response to the Coronavirus-COVID-19 pandemic and the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, the Brentwood Police Department will be limiting exposure to the general public and responding to emergency calls only. This includes the closing of the police department’s public lobby. We will continue to provide service when necessary via phone or internet communication with non-emergency calls for service. Our goal is to keep the public safe within our duties and responsibilities and to keep all Brentwood Police Department officers and employees safe and healthy during this unprecedented time. If you have any questions about non-emergency police response please call the police department at;


The Brentwood Police Department is actively engaged and continuously monitoring the progress of COVID-19. We are working closely with our partner agencies at the local, state, and federal level to take the necessary precautions as suggested by the latest and ever-changing guidance provided by the Center for Disease Control and NH Dept. of Health and Human Services to reduce the transmission of the Coronavirus.

The Brentwood Police Department will continue to keep you informed as the situation changes, understanding the current Coronavirus situation is fluid, ever changing, and constantly evolving.

We encourage residents to practice social distancing, frequent handwashing, and limited gatherings to no more than 10 individuals per the latest CDC recommendation. Please be vigilant in staying home if you are showing symptoms of sickness such as cough, fever, or flu like symptoms.

The following are steps the public can take to help prevent the transmission of COVID-190, as well as influenza and other respiratory illness, in general:

• Wash your hands often, for at least 20 seconds, with soap and water;
• Avoid close social contact and contact with people who are sick;
• If you get sick, stay home from work, school, or daycare until your fever has been gone for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medicine;
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands;
• Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze and throw tissues in the trash after use;
• Clean and disinfect objects and surfaces that may be contaminated, such as shared dining areas and doorknobs, and all frequently used surfaces; and
• Adhere to all travel advisories issued at the federal level.

Residents with questions on COVID-190 are encouraged to contact the State of New Hampshire informational line by dialing 211 or visiting

People who develop symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath should seek healthcare advice by phone from either the NH Division of Public Health and Human Services at 603-271-4496 or call your primary care physicians office for guidance.

For ongoing updates and information:

Brentwood Police Department website: or the Brentwood Police Department’s page.

Town of Brentwood website:

NHDPHHS website:

U.S. CDC website:


Thank you for your patience and understanding during this

Chief Ellen M. Arcieri
Brentwood Police Department


1 Dalton Rd
Brentwood, NH


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