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Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision | Ensuring Public Safety for the 21st Century

East Region

Mission

Summary

Serve as a liaison between the Commission and states within a defined geographic area. Provide assistance, share best practices, recommend rule changes, and report to the Executive Committee.

Chair

Dale Crook

Commissioner / Compact Administrator, Vermont

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Biography

Dale Crook has over 20 years of service with the Vermont Department of Corrections. He has held many different positions within the department and began his career as a correctional officer. He then moved out into the world of community corrections as a community cor

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Dale Crook has over 20 years of service with the Vermont Department of Corrections. He has held many different positions within the department and began his career as a correctional officer. He then moved out into the world of community corrections as a community corrections officer followed by being a probation officer. In 2008 he began working in the Central Office in policy development and managing the Interstate Compact of Adult Offender Supervision (ICAOS) for the VTDOC. In 2010 he was hired as the Director of Classification. He has been in his current role as the Director of Field Services since 2011. His responsibilities include the supervision of 10 Probation and Parole District Offices, which supervise 7,700 offenders on 11 different legal statuses. He is the East Region Chair for ICAOS and a member of NIC’s Probation and Parole Executive Network.

 

He has a BA from Champlain College in Law Enforcement and a MSA from St. Michaels College.

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Vice Chair

Vacant


Commissioners

Gary Roberge

Commissioner / Compact Administrator, CT

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Biography

Gary Roberge is the Executive Director for the State of Connecticut – Judicial Branch’s Court Support Services Division as well as the Commiss

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Gary Roberge is the Executive Director for the State of Connecticut – Judicial Branch’s Court Support Services Division as well as the Commissioner of Interstate Compact for Connecticut. He has over 29 years of criminal justice experience within the Branch. Prior to obtaining supervisory and managerial positions, his career began with the Office of the Chief Bail Commissioner as a line officer providing direct service to the courts.

Mr. Roberge received a Bachelor of Science Degree from Eastern Connecticut State University and Master of Public Administration Degree from the University of Hartford. He is also an adjunct professor in the Central Connecticut State University Criminology Department.

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Terra Taylor

Commissioner / Compact Administrator / DCA, DE

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Biography

Terra Taylor began her career with the Department of Correction in 1997 as a Home Confinement support employee. In 1999, she became a Probation an

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Terra Taylor began her career with the Department of Correction in 1997 as a Home Confinement support employee. In 1999, she became a Probation and Parole Officer specializing in sex offender supervision. Taylor was promoted to Supervisor in 2011 and in this position she oversaw multiple units including Electronic Monitoring, Sex Offenders, Intake, I-ADAPT, and Interstate Compact. She assumed the role of Operations Administrator at Dover Probation & Parole in 2014 and was responsible for managing the 24/7 Electronic Monitoring Center, the statewide electronic monitoring budget, and the statewide sex offender program. In addition to her core duties, Taylor also had active roles on may special projects such as the Probation & Parole ACA Committee.

 

In 2016, Taylor accepted the position of Regional Manager of the Dover Probation & Parole Office. As the Regional Manager, she was responsible for overseeing the administration and operation of the Kent County Probation & Parole district office and satellite office which includes over 80 employees. In 2017, she accepted the position as the State of Delaware, Probation and Parole Director.

 

Taylor earned her Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice from Wilmington University in 2002 and is a graduate of the NIC-sponsored Management Development for the Future training program.

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Gloriann Moroney

Commissioner / Compact Administrator, MA


Patrick Delahanty

Commissioner / Compact Administrator, ME

Biography

Employed by the State of Maine since 1984, Patrick Delahanty began with Adult Community Corrections in 1987 and worked as a Probation Officer unti

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Employed by the State of Maine since 1984, Patrick Delahanty began with Adult Community Corrections in 1987 and worked as a Probation Officer until 2011 when promoted to the position of Regional Correctional Manager. He was further promoted to the role of Regional Correctional Administrator in 2015 and appointed Interstate Compact Commissioner in February, 2019.

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Benjamin Jean

Commissioner / Compact Administrator, NH

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Samuel Plumeri

Commissioner / Compact Administrator, NJ

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Biography

Chairman Samuel J. Plumeri, Jr. serves as chairman of the New Jersey State Parole Board. In this capacity, he oversees an organization that serves

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Chairman Samuel J. Plumeri, Jr. serves as chairman of the New Jersey State Parole Board. In this capacity, he oversees an organization that serves as the state’s lead reentry agency working to ensure that ex-offenders return to society as law-abiding citizens. Additionally, Mr. Plumeri is charged with reducing the state’s recidivism rate.

 

Prior to joining the New Jersey State Parole Board, Mr. Plumeri served at the Port Authority of NY & NJ as Superintendent of Police and Director of Public Safety.

 

Chairman Plumeri was appointed Mercer County Sheriff in 1990 and then won several elections thereafter.

 

Chairman Plumeri began his law enforcement career when he joined the Trenton Police Division, serving as a patrol officer until he was promoted to the department’s Special Services Unit. He then eventually was appointed Chief of Intelligence where he led the Trenton-Mercer Organized Crime Strike Force.

 

Chairman Plumeri has also served as a guiding force for Capital Health System for 16 years, helping to lead the health care system as a member of the Board of Directors from 2003 to 2018. In 2015, Mr. Plumeri was appointed Chairman, Board of Trustees—a role which he still holds.

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Robert Maccarone

Commissioner / Compact Administrator, NY

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Biography

Robert M. Maccarone serves as the Deputy Commissioner of the NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services and Director of the Office of Probation and

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Robert M. Maccarone serves as the Deputy Commissioner of the NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services and Director of the Office of Probation and Correctional Alternatives. He also serves as a Special Advisor to the Governor.  Prior to his state appointment in 2002, Mr. Maccarone served as a Deputy Bureau Chief and Senior Assistant District Attorney for the Westchester County District Attorney, 1998-2002. He had previously served as Deputy Commissioner of the Westchester County Department of Correction, 1995-1997, where he oversaw medical, dietary and program services for the corrections population of 2,000. Earlier, he served as the Director of Criminal Justice Services for Westchester County, where he managed county, state and federally funded criminal justice programs and services including the development of the County’s comprehensive alternatives to incarceration programs. Mr. Maccarone holds a B.S. in Psychology and M.A. in Sociology from Fordham University and a Juris Doctor degree from the Pace University School of Law. He was admitted to the NYS Bar in 1985.

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Linda Rosenberg

Commissioner / Compact Administrator, PA

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Biography

Ms. Rosenberg is a native of Pittsburgh. She gradu

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Ms. Rosenberg is a native of Pittsburgh. She graduated from Mt. Lebanon High School in 1983 and went on to earn a Master of Business Administration from Robert Morris University in 1990 and a Bachelor of Arts from Michigan State University in 1987. She was appointed as Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) in 2011 and has more than 25 years of experience working to improve the efficacy and efficiency of the Commonwealth’s criminal and juvenile justice systems.  As Executive Director, she was responsible for the oversight of over 90 full-time staff and the administration of over 30 state and federal funding streams totaling more than $100 million annually. Ms. Rosenberg began her career at PCCD in 1992, serving as manager of its Computer Laboratory and Training Center and later as chief information officer. Ms. Rosenberg returned to PCCD in 2004 after serving as Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Justice Network, or JNET, from 2001 to 2004. She is a member of the Commonwealth Leadership Development Institute for Women in State Government, and a member of the National Criminal Justice Association Board of Directors. She is also a former board member of SEARCH, the National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics. On June 15, 2016, she was confirmed by the Senate as a Board Member of the PA Board of Probation and Parole.

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Raquel Colón

Commissioner / Compact Administrator / DCA, PR

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Biography

Raquel Colón was appointed Deputy Compact Administrator and Commissioner in 2010. She also serves as the Coordinator of Inmates in US Prisons for

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Raquel Colón was appointed Deputy Compact Administrator and Commissioner in 2010. She also serves as the Coordinator of Inmates in US Prisons for Puerto Rico. Prior to this position, she was a Case Manager. Every legal situation of PR’s probationers, parolees and inmates with another jurisdiction goes through this office, including transfer requests of inmates to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Ms. Colón graduated from the University of Puerto Rico with a BA in Social Sciences and from the “Interamericana” University with a MA in Criminal Justice. She has worked for the Department of Corrections since January 20, 1995.

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Patricia Coyne-Fague, Esq.

Commissioner / Compact Administrator, RI

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Biography

Patricia A. Coyne-Fague, a lifelong Rhode Island resident, graduated cum laude from Rhode Island College in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts degr

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Patricia A. Coyne-Fague, a lifelong Rhode Island resident, graduated cum laude from Rhode Island College in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts degree (major: Political Science; minor: Philosophy) and earned her Juris Doctor degree from New England School of Law in 1993.

 

She is a member of the Rhode Island Bar, and the bars for the U.S. District Court for the District of Rhode Island, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court. 

 

She has served as a criminal prosecutor in the Rhode Island Department of the Attorney General from 1994-2000 before joining the RIDOC as a staff attorney in January 2000.  She was promoted to Chief Legal Counsel in 2004 and then to Assistant Director for Administration in 2012.  She currently serves as the Director of the Department of Corrections.

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Wynnie Testamark

Commissioner / Compact Administrator, VI

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Dale Crook

Commissioner / Compact Administrator, VT

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Biography

Dale Crook has over 20 years of service with the Vermont Department of Corrections. He has held many different positions within the departmen

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Dale Crook has over 20 years of service with the Vermont Department of Corrections. He has held many different positions within the department and began his career as a correctional officer. He then moved out into the world of community corrections as a community corrections officer followed by being a probation officer. In 2008 he began working in the Central Office in policy development and managing the Interstate Compact of Adult Offender Supervision (ICAOS) for the VTDOC. In 2010 he was hired as the Director of Classification. He has been in his current role as the Director of Field Services since 2011. His responsibilities include the supervision of 10 Probation and Parole District Offices, which supervise 7,700 offenders on 11 different legal statuses. He is the East Region Chair for ICAOS and a member of NIC’s Probation and Parole Executive Network.

 

He has a BA from Champlain College in Law Enforcement and a MSA from St. Michaels College.

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East Region States


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Next Meeting

East Region DCAs Meeting

06/20/2019 @ 11:00am Agenda | Calendar

East Region Meeting

08/27/2019 @ 2:00pm Agenda | Calendar