Captain Ronald Longolucco
Captain Longolucco, a 24-year veteran of the Rhode Island State Police, serves in the Administrative Bureau as the Division Administrative Officer. Captain Longolucco oversees the Central Management Office, Technology & Communications, Management Information Systems, NCIC/RILETS, Supply/Fleet Operations, and Capitol Projects. He was also appointed to the Statewide Records Management System Board of Advisors.
While assigned to the Uniform Bureau, Captain Longolucco served at the Hope Valley, Wickford, Chepachet (Scituate), and Lincoln Woods Barracks. Additional assignments included the Exeter Resident Trooper Program, Commercial Enforcement Unit, Firearms Training Unit as an instructor/armorer, TASER instructor, and approximately twelve years in the Canine Unit as an Explosive Detector Dog handler and trainer.
Most recently, Captain Longolucco served as an Acting Captain for the Department of Public Safety overseeing the Capitol Police Department, Division of Sheriffs, E-911 Uniform Emergency Telephone System, and the Public Safety Grants Administration Office. He also served as the Commanding Officer of the Planning, Research, and Accreditation Unit; Night Executive Officer; and Acting Patrol Commander for the Hope Valley Barracks. In 2017, Captain Longolucco was given a three-month assignment to the North Providence Police Department where he served as Deputy Executive Officer, providing operational support for the Chief of Police. He also served as a Prosecution Officer at the Hope Valley Barracks and as the Non-Commissioned Officer-in-Charge of the New Shoreham detail.
Prior to joining the Rhode Island State Police, Captain Longolucco worked for two years as a police officer with the New London, Connecticut Police Department. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Roger Williams University and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Justice and Law Administration from Western Connecticut State University.