Chief Bret Sullivan has been with the Bennington Police Department since November 2013. Previously he worked as a Peterborough Police Officer for over 13 years. He held the rank of Corporal and worked as a detective while in Peterborough. He is married and has two children.

Personal Message: "Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can't help them, at least don't hurt them" (Tenzin Gyatso, 14th Dalai Lama)


Sergeant Jason LePine - SGT LePine began his Law Enforcement career with the Peterborough Police Department in 2007. Before coming here to Bennington, he was the Detective for the Antrim Police. SGT LePine enjoys snowboarding, and enjoys spending time with his wife and five children.






Officer Phil Marcellino has been with the Department most recently since January 2011. Prior to that he had worked for Bennington Police for eleven years. He is a lifelong resident of New Hampshire. He has three children.

Personal Message: "Remember - family is first. Courtesy and respect goes a long way. I will be the first to show it and I hope to get it in return. Remember our troops."

  Officer Lester Milton - Personal Message:  Very simple but very strong words – "Treat others as you would want them to treat you.  Always be professional, courteous and fair." Officer Milton has been a Police Officer since 2001. He enjoys ATV riding and camping during the summer months. 
  Officer Zachary Letourneau - Zach has been with the Bennington Police Department since August of 2017. In his off time, he enjoys snow-shoeing, hiking, hunting and kayaking. Zach is a Senior in the Communications program at Franklin Pierce University.

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