Tuesday, October 16, 2018

The Police Department works diligently to ensure the safety of the public, the protection of property, and the fair and equal execution of the law. Directed by the Chief of Police, the Department features a well-trained, professional team of officers. Brentwood Police are charged with enforcing federal, state, and local statutes. The Department responds to emergencies, conducts investigations pertaining to criminal activity, and directly interacts with residents to address everyday traffic and safety concerns. Officers are actively involved in performing community outreach to educate the public about crime and methods to avoid becoming a victim. Also working under the authority of the Police Department are the Borough’s crossing guards and parking enforcement employees.

Chief Adam Zeppuhar is committed not only to protecting our residents from crime but also to ensuring the continuous improvement of both our department's professionalism and its relationship with the public. Adam joined the force in 2003, and he was promoted to sergeant in 2013. He holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, and he began his career with the Ohio Township Police Department. Following his appointment as chief, Adam completed a prestigious and intensive training session on law enforcement management best practices at the FBI Acaedmy.

Local streets are presently patrolled by the following roster of dedicated law enforcement officers:

  • Sergeant Matt DeLallo
  • Officer Scott Davidson
  • Officer Mike Fisher
  • Officer Christian Heynes
  • Office Bill Meisel
  • Officer Gerald Mikelonis
  • Officer Milt Mulholland
  • Officer Carl Rech
  • Officer Josh Scott
  • Officer John Skrip
  • Officer Rick Swick
  • Officer Farrell Wagner

It is critical for a police department to maintain open lines of communication with residents. In support of this value, the Department maintains a presence on Facebook. We invite you to "like" our page to receive pertinent information, including traffic detours, severe weather advisories, lost pet reports, and security photos of wanted suspects.

Non-Emergency Police Contact

Police Department
Informational Inquiries Only
412-884-2600
 
Do NOT contact the department via email about any concern that requires an officer's response. All service calls must be directed to 911.