RITA Store Coming Soon!

Committed to uphold the
ideals, mission and tradition
of the RI State Police.

Rhode Island Troopers Association.

The Rhode Island Troopers Association is a 501(c)(10) organization.

The Rhode Island Troopers Association represents the active sworn Non Commissioned Officers and Troopers of the Rhode Island State Police. We are committed to uphold the ideals, mission and tradition of the Rhode Island State Police.

In 2021, we’re celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the inception of the Rhode Island Troopers Association.

Latest Tweets

@ritroopers

We extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Sergeant Gino Caputo of the Barrington PD on his tragic passing after a 5 week battle against COVID-19.

Sergeant, thank you for your selfless dedication to all you served throughout your career.

End of Watch: 9/11/21

Chief Michael E. Correia and the members of the Barrington Police Department announce with heavy hearts the death of Sergeant Gino Caputo after a 5 week battle against COVID-19. 1/3

Today, we stand together to honor ALL lives lost on September 11, 2001, and salute the bravery of the courageous members of our Armed Forces and First Responders who paid the ultimate sacrifice protecting our freedoms ever since.

We will ALWAYS remember.

A large contingent from Rhode Island are paying their respects to Sgt. Brian Mohl and the @ct_state_police for his selfless dedication to ensuring the safety of all CT residents for more than two decades. We continue to send our thoughts, prayers, and peace to Sgt. Mohl’s family.

Explore How Your Contributions
to the RITA Benefit You!

RITA FAQs

The Rhode Island Troopers Association was founded in 1971.

The founding body consisted of a group of courageous men and women that began the RITA in order to better the working conditions for Troopers who worked six days a week and lived at the barracks.

We have Five members of the Executive Board.
The Rhode Island Troopers Association currently participates in various charity events and raises money for many local and state charitable causes. Examples of the these successful causes include, the Special Olympics of Rhode Island, Cops for Kids with Cancer, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and various other local youth activities.

Our Mission is to vigilantly protect, promote, and improve the working conditions, legal rights, compensation and benefits of Rhode Island Troopers Association.

Rhode Island Troopers Association
P.O. Box 1924
East Greenwich, Rhode Island 02818

Newsletter

If you’d like to be kept informed of our latest news, enter your details below: