Brentwood Police Department

Brentwood Police Department The Brentwood Police Department is located in Brentwood, New Hampshire. We are a professional, 24-hour law enforcement agency comprised of 12 members. The Town of Brentwood is centrally located in Rockingham County.
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It is the mission of the Brentwood Police Department to protect life and property. To maintain order by enforcing the local and state laws in a fair and impartial manner while improving the quality of life of our community.

The Officers at the Brentwood Police Department wish to thank the Quickrete Corporation of 44 Pine Road, Brentwood, for ...
04/24/2020

The Officers at the Brentwood Police Department wish to thank the Quickrete Corporation of 44 Pine Road, Brentwood, for their kind gift of four pizzas we received today. During these challenging times our officers are hard-pressed to obtain a hot meal. Quickrete’s generosity is greatly appreciated.

On April 21, 2020, at approximately 9:45 PM, Corporal Abele and his K-9 partner Dax responded to a request for assistanc...
04/24/2020

On April 21, 2020, at approximately 9:45 PM, Corporal Abele and his K-9 partner Dax responded to a request for assistance from the Kingston Police. A male subject was wanted for a domestic violence incident and had fled into a nearby large wooded area. Dax was deployed and immediately picked up this suspect’s trail. Officer McInnis accompanied Corporal Abele and Dax into this heavily wooded area. Dax was able to track the suspect, who was lying silently in a bed of thick vegetation, within minutes and apprehend him. This suspect was handed over to the Kingston Police and charged with domestic violence. Great work by our officers and furry colleague!

Found yellow lab in the area of 18 RTE 27. Please call the Brentwood Police Department at  642-8817.
04/23/2020

Found yellow lab in the area of 18 RTE 27. Please call the Brentwood Police Department at 642-8817.

Exeter Hospital Staff We Salute Your Efforts!On 4/15/2020 approximately 75 area police and fire department vehicles join...
04/15/2020

Exeter Hospital Staff We Salute Your Efforts!

On 4/15/2020 approximately 75 area police and fire department vehicles joined together to honor the heroic medical staff at the Exeter Hospital. These brave individuals have worked tirelessly to provide lifesaving care to those impacted with COVID-19, under the most daunting conditions. Our most sincere thanks to the courageous caregivers at Exeter Hospital!

04/14/2020

We would like to thank the entire Brentwood community for being so supportive during this unprecedented pandemic crisis. We know this has been an extremely difficult time with a lot of uncertainty regarding safety and health and a return to normalcy and what that will look like. As you all know, there has been a tremendous push nationwide for people to “stay at home” as well as a state emergency order issued by Governor Sununu to “stay at home” as much as possible. Recently, there has been a few processional events organized by well-intentioned town residents that have not been sanctioned by the town. We understand that these processions are rooted in an effort to provide hope and support to the community in this time of crisis, however, to support and advocate for the “stay at home” emergency order issued by Governor Sununu, the Brentwood Police Department cannot and will not openly endorse informal vehicle processions as it can be perceived as not essential travel or functions. Having said that, if one was planning on conducting such a procession please advise the Brentwood Police Department. We will monitor the procession as needed to ensure that it is conducted in a safe manner and abiding by all applicable rules and laws in the interest of public safety and health.

Chief Ellen M. Arcieri
Brentwood Police Department

Date: Wednesday, April 8, 2020Contact: Kate Spiner, Director of Communications kate.spiner@doj.nh.gov / (603) 573-6103Br...
04/12/2020
Economic impact payments: What you need to know | Internal Revenue Service

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:
https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/economic-impact-payments-what-you-need-to-know
 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:
www.nh.gov/covid19
 For more information about Scams and how to protect yourself, visit:
www.doj.nh.gov/covid-19-scams/
Contact the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Hotline to report a scam:
 Phone: 1-888-468-4454
 Email: [email protected]
 Website: www.doj.nh.gov/consumer/complaints/
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IR-2020-61, March 30, 2020 — The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service today announced that distribution of economic impact payments will begin in the next three weeks and will be distributed automatically, with no action required for most people. Updated with new information for se...

The Brentwood Police request that you take a moment to consider the supreme sacrifice of Indianapolis, Indiana, Metropol...
04/12/2020

The Brentwood Police request that you take a moment to consider the supreme sacrifice of Indianapolis, Indiana, Metropolitan Police Officer Breann Leath. She was shot and killed on April 9, 2020, shortly before 3:00 pm, while responding to a domestic disturbance call.

A male subject inside the home opened fire, striking Officer Leath and a female resident of the home. Both were taken to a local hospital where Officer Leath succumbed to her wounds.

The subject was taken into custody.

Officer Leath, 24 years old, was a veteran of the National Guard and had served with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department for three years. She is survived by one child and her parents, who both serve with the Marion County Sheriff's Office.

The Town of Brentwood, NH (pop. 4,800), situated in the scenic seacoast area of New Hampshire, is seeking qualified cand...
04/06/2020
EMPLOYMENT

The Town of Brentwood, NH (pop. 4,800), situated in the scenic seacoast area of New Hampshire, is seeking qualified candidates for the position of full-time police officer. Duties include all law enforcement activities as well as ensure the safety of the community. Minimum requirements for this position include: must be a U. S. Citizen, 21 years of age, a High School Diploma or GED equivalent, and a valid driver’s license. Police or military experience and/or post-secondary education is strongly recommended. Selected applicants will be required to undergo a screening process which includes a written test, physical examination, drug test, polygraph, and psychological examination. Applicants must be certified or capable of being certified by the NH Police Standards & Training Council.

Interested and qualified candidates are encouraged to review the job description for this position and obtain an application at https://www.brentwoodpd.org/employment.html

The Brentwood Police provides a competitive benefits package and salary is commensurate with experience.

Please submit resumes and applications to the Brentwood Police Department, Town of Brentwood, 1 Dalton Road, Brentwood, NH 03833, by the close of business on 6/30/2020.

Questions, please contact Sergeant Wicks, M-W, 6:00 am to 4:00 pm at (603) 642-8817.

The Town of Brentwood is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

BRENTWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT

04/05/2020
COVID-19 PSA: Calling 911 (30s)

The New Hampshire Division of Fire Standards and Training & EMS has created a two Public Service Announcements (PSA), to help citizens understand when it is important to seek the response of the emergency medical system. Please take a moment to view these important PSAs.

The Brentwood Police Department requests all our citizens to work together during this difficult period. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions or concerns you may have.

30 Second PSA Video Link – https://youtu.be/rpjN5m8tDlo

2-minute PSA Video Link – https://youtu.be/OO_MkrwyNcM

NH Bureau of EMS Find more information about COVID-19 at: https://www.nh.gov/covid19/

04/02/2020

The Brentwood Police Department would like to thank the members of our community who have so graciously donated PPEs (Protective Personal Equipment). These include protective gloves, disinfectant and hand sanitizer, and the so sought after N95 masks. The police department is actually in pretty good shape at the moment, however, we are monitoring other First Responder needs. If you wish to donate more PPE please contact the police department at 603-642-8817 and we can make arrangements for your donation. As for the healthcare workers, we suggest reaching out to the healthcare facilities that may need these donations. Thank you again for all your support in this difficult time.

The Brentwood Police Department

PUBLIC NOTICETOWN OF BRENTWOODMosquito ControlThe Mosquito Control program begins the week of April 13, 2020 in the Town...
04/02/2020
No-Spray Registry | Dragon Mosquito

PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWN OF BRENTWOOD
Mosquito Control
The Mosquito Control program begins the week of April 13, 2020 in the Town of Brentwood. Crews from Dragon Mosquito Control, Inc. will be checking swamps, marshes, woodland pools, ditches, storm drains and other shallow, stagnant water for mosquito larvae. When mosquitoes are found, the following insecticides may be used:
VectoBac (Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis 2.8%)
Natular (spinosad 2.5%)
Fourstar MBG (Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis 3.0% & Bacillus sphaericus 3.0%)
VectoMax FG (Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis 4.5% & Bacillus sphaericus 2.7%)
CocoBear MLO (mineral oil 10.0%)
BVA 2 Mosquito Larvicide Oil (mineral oil 97.0%)
It is not possible to predict if emergency spraying for Eastern Equine Encephalitis, Jamestown Canyon Virus or West Nile Virus will be necessary. The spray schedule is based upon mosquito surveillance data, disease test results and weather conditions. Disease activity occurs later in the summer. A decision to conduct emergency spraying would be made in consultation with Brentwood Town Officials. Further communication will be given if this action is required.
Residents who do not want their wetlands treated may use our No-Spray Registry online at www.dragonmosquito.com/no-spray-registry or write to Dragon Mosquito Control, Inc., P.O. Box 46, Stratham, NH 03885. Be sure to include your name, physical address, phone number, the color of your house and acreage or road frontage. Residents may email [email protected] or call 734-4144 for further information regarding dates, times, locations, insecticides, precautions, and other concerns.
Dragon Mosquito Control, Inc., PO Box 46 Stratham, NH 03885, www.dragonmosquito.com, 603-734-4144

Submitted by tech on Fri, 06/03/2011 - 08:50 The following form is to request exclusion from mosquito control activities for the 2020 season. This request will expire on Dec 31, 2020. Requests must be reaffirmed each year to remain current. Please fill out the form below with as much detail as possi...

Today, members of the Brentwood Police Department gathered and donated non-perishable goods to the First Pilgrim Church ...
04/02/2020

Today, members of the Brentwood Police Department gathered and donated non-perishable goods to the First Pilgrim Church food pantry. Corporal Abele, Officer Polanco, and Dax are pictured below. It's important to note that all goods donated were wiped down with disinfectant wipes upon receipt and donation to the pantry. We would also like to remind everyone to continue social distancing. We know these are unprecedented and uncertain times, but we will get through this if we all do our part. Stay safe and healthy and don't hesitate to call the PD for any questions or concerns you may have. We will continue to provide services to our community while continuing to keep the officers safe. Thank you.

Great resource for public health and hospital case managers/social workers to utilize in a community..  https://tinyurl....
04/01/2020
New Hampshire Food Access Map

Great resource for public health and hospital case managers/social workers to utilize in a community..

https://tinyurl.com/rngu9ps

The New Hampshire Food Access Map is a central resource for those needing food support and those looking to support their community.

The Brentwood Police Department wishes thank the management of the Flag Hill Distillery & Winery, of Lee, New Hampshire....
03/31/2020

The Brentwood Police Department wishes thank the management of the Flag Hill Distillery & Winery, of Lee, New Hampshire. The personnel at Flag Hill have transitioned their efforts to creating hand sanitizer and are donating it to public safety organizations. We wish to recognize this organization for their contribution to area communities and their concern for the safety of the citizens of our state!

NH attorney general warns to watch for scams related to pandemic  By PAUL CUNO-BOOTH Sentinel Staff  Mar 26, 2020 Update...
03/31/2020
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NH attorney general warns to watch for scams related to pandemic

By PAUL CUNO-BOOTH Sentinel Staff

Mar 26, 2020 Updated Mar 27, 2020




The N.H. Attorney General’s Office is warning residents to be alert to possible scams arising from the COVID-19 outbreak.

Federal prosecutors in New Hampshire and elsewhere issued similar warnings earlier this week.

“Scammers may take advantage of fears related to [the] COVID-19 outbreak by selling bogus ‘treatment’ and ‘prevention’ products, establishing fake charities, and sending seemingly legitimate emails with malicious links or attachments,” the N.H. Attorney General’s Office said in a news release.

Case Solved!On 3/14/2020, the Brentwood Police posted photos of a burglary suspect on our page. We are pleased ...
03/30/2020

Case Solved!

On 3/14/2020, the Brentwood Police posted photos of a burglary suspect on our page. We are pleased to announce that on 3/27/2020 this individual was arrested for two counts of burglary in our town. Corporal Abele, Detective Gauthier, and Officer McInnis located this person moments after he had burglarized a South Road home. He was also charged with the break-in mentioned in our 3/14/2020 Facebook posting as well.

The suspect was identified a Brandon Grenier, 28, of Brentwood.

The Brentwood Police wish to thank the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office and the Kingston Police Department for their assistance with this arrest.

03/26/2020
Welcome | Charitable Trusts Unit | NH Department of Justice

NEWS RELEASE
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: https://www.doj.nh.gov/charitable-trusts/;
• 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: nh.gov/covid19

To report a charitable giving scam, contact the Charitable Trusts Unit:
• Phone: 603-271-3591
• Email: [email protected]
• Website: www.doj.nh.gov/charitable-trusts/

To report a business-related scam, contact the Consumer Protection Hotline:
• Phone: 1-888-468-4454
• Email: [email protected]
• Website: www.doj.nh.gov/consumer/complaints/
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Fax: 603-223-3609
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