“What you put out to the world, 

you get back times three.”

Frederic Fusco

Queens Borough Trustee

Frederic Fusco

Queens Borough Trustee

Frederic R. Fusco, began his career in 2005, where he was assigned to GMDC. He learned the job of Correction Officer in an "A" Jail, working with all classifications of inmates.  Over the next 4 years he went from GMDC to VCBC, and on to the Correction Academy (Recruitment Unit).

In 2008 he received the COBA Arturo Meyers Award, as well as a Departmental Medal of "Exceptional Merit" for performing a heroic act of bravery.  In January of 2009, Freddy attended Firearms Instructor School, and became a part of the Department's Firearms, and Tactics Unit, where he was the steady PM Arsenal Officer.  In just one year, Freddy became the Delegate at FTU, where he was re-elected a second term in 2012.  He conducted Vacation Reliefs this year at the COBA Office, acting in the capacity of a Board Member, and was eventually appointed by the Board as the first "Queens Borough Trustee".

Freddy is a zealous union advocate, and eager to assist his fellow Officers with any issue they may encounter. He was pivotal in the design, construction, and installation of the COBA Memorial Wall located in the Samuel Perry Building.  He is a perfect example of the saying "what you put out to the world, you get back times three". Frederic R. Fusco is by no means finished with assisting his brother, and sister Officers in becoming the best, most recognized, and respected Correction Officers in America.