Contact via email Richard has been a Correctional Officer since 1984. He currently works at the Medium Security Center on the 7 am to 3 pm shift.
First Vice President
Contact via email Dave is a Correctional Officer at the ISC.
2nd Vice President
Contact via email Mike is a Correctional Officer who joined the Department of Corrections in 2004. He currently works at the Medium Security Facility on the 7 pm to 3pm.
Secretary - Treasurer
Contact via email Mike began his career as a Correctional Officer in 1980. He currently works the 7 am to 3 pm shift at the Medium Moran Facility. Prior to being elected to Treasurer, Mike served several terms on the RIBCO Executive Board.
Contact via email John became a Correctional Officer in 1991 and was promoted to Lieutenant in 1998. He currently works the 7 am to 3 pm shift at the Medium Moran Facility. John has been on the Executive Board since 1993 and for most of that time has been the Recording Secretary. In 2005, John was elected to the State of Rhode Island Retirement Board.
Grievance Committee Chairman
Contact via email Ken began his career in corrections in 1972. He was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in 1980. He has been on the RIBCO Executive Board for 35 years having served as President, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President and in his current capacity as Grievance Committee Chairman. Ken is a past President and Secretary of the International Association of Correctional Officers. He was also a founding member of Corrections USA.
Grievance Committee Coordinator
Contact via email Manny became a Correctional Officer in 1989. He has worked for the State of Rhode Island for 21 years with previous service in the Department of Environmental Management. He works at the Intake Service Center on the 7 am to 3 pm shift. He is RIBCO's representative on the Department of Corrections Health & Safety Committee.
Executive BoardByron Blackmar, John Bray, Chris Box, Tony Delsignore, Louise Hackett, Glenn McCartney, Josh Macomber, Robert Miller, Joe Menezes, Joe Pelletier, Steve Perry, Chris Sparadeo.