About Brentwood NH Police Department
Brentwood is an amazing and tight knit community. It was once a part of Exeter, NH until incorporated by Governor Benning Wentworth on June 26, 1742. Described as a beautiful, rural community located twenty minutes from the NH Seacoast and is located in Rockingham County. The town’s infrastructure and safety relies on the municipal government, with approximately 16.8 square miles of land and 0.23 square miles of water with the highest point being Great Hill. Population is estimated to be at 4,800 with 1400+ households and continues to draw a diversity of people who consistently demonstrate a willingness to help their fellow neighbor. We are extremely proud of all we have achieved, and continue to develop and improve for the benefit of future generations.
Our priority is to protect and serve the Brentwood community at the highest level of professionalism, integrity, and compassion. Our officers and staff are dedicated to improving the quality of life by creating a safe environment in partnership with the people they serve while enforcing the NH state laws and local ordinances. We work in partnership with regional task forces such as the Seacoast Emergency Response Team (SERT), the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC), the Seacoast Child Advocacy Center (CAC), the New Hampshire State Police (NHSP), the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office, various drug investigation units, and federal law enforcement agencies.