A new public safety building for the Brentwood Police Department, is currently under construction and anticipated to be completed in early 2021. The 56,000 square foot building is located at 910 Heritage Way. This new facility will allow the Brentwood Police Department to exist in its own dedicated facility located more centrally to the community. This facility is an example of a complex building which aggregates a variety of users and space types into a consolidated and clearly organized environment. This building will accommodate the police departments, training, investigative labs and operations as well as a 911 center. A 2,200 square foot municipal courtroom will also be in the building. At an estimated $29 million dollars, it is the city’s largest capital project in the city’s history.
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- Most of the building will serve the Brentwood Police with departmental offices and modern laboratory environments offering new investigative capabilities.
- The classroom, defensive tactics, virtual scenario simulation, and firearms range will serve as resources for Brentwood and other area agencies.
- An entirely new emergency call center will also be built with room to expand functionality and public safety oversight for the coming decades.
- A multi-function area featuring an open lobby, public records access, and a municipal court & community room which will provide a new point of public interaction for the city.
- An ancillary structure on the grounds will serve as a new emergency rescue site for a team of first-responders and an ambulance.
- open administrative offices
- community room
- defensive tactics and visual scenarios simulation
- firearms range
- emergency call center
- open lobby
- public records access
- municipal court
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