Brentwood Police Promote Two Officers
Chief Jeff Hughes of the Brentwood Police Department announces the promotion of Jimmy Campbell to Captain of the Brentwood Patrol Division and Nick Surre to Lieutenant of the Patrol Division effective Monday, July 8, 2019. Captain Campbell’s new responsibilities will include oversight of the Patrol Services Division, which is the largest and most visible component of the Brentwood Police Department. Officers assigned to this division provide twenty-four-hour patrol of the city and use proactive law enforcement techniques to prevent crime and protect citizens.
Captain Campbell has also served as the department’s Field Training Officer Coordinator for approximately ten years. He is scheduled to attend the FBI National Academy in January 2020. Campbell will celebrate 23 years of service with the Brentwood Police Department in August. He received his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Middle Tennessee State University and lives in southern Williamson County with his wife. He has two daughters.
Lieutenant Surre will take over the position previously held by Campbell. Surre has spent his entire career in Patrol and most recently as a sergeant on evening shift. Surre represents the Brentwood Police Department as a member of the Williamson County S.W.A.T. Team, manages the Fitness Program for internal personnel and Brentwood Police applicants and coordinates the Police Honor Guard. Surre received his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Saginaw Valley State University.
Chief Hughes said, “Jimmy and Nick’s experience and training make them both excellent choices to receive these promotions. I am confident they will serve as outstanding leaders for our department.” Lieutenant Surre lives in Spring Hill with his wife and three children.
It is the mission of the Brentwood Police Department to promote a desirable quality of life to the citizens of this community by enforcing the law in a fair and impartial manner recognizing the constitutional rights of all persons.