Tony Brigano, Court Administrator

Anthony Brigano was appointed Court Administrator of the Warren County Probate and Juvenile Court in May, 2005. He is responsible for the overall management of the court. In addition to his duties at the court Tony directed the development of the Ohio Courts Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP), an emergency preparedness plan designed to maintain the courts essential functions in the event that normal operations are disrupted. Tony is also Vice Chair of The Supreme Court of Ohio Advisory Committee on Court Security.

Tony has represented Warren County since 2007 as a member of the Facility Governing Board of the Community Correctional Center of Butler, Clermont and Warren Counties, a program that offers alternatives for felony offenders sentenced by the courts. He was elected Chair of the Facility Governing Board in 2016.

Prior to his employment with the court, Tony retired from the Oho Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, having held various positions, including Warden of three state penitentiaries, The Southeastern Correctional Institution, The Warren Correctional Institution and the Lebanon Correctional Institution. He served as President of the Ohio Association of Wardens and Superintendents Association from 2000 – 2003.

Tony has been published twice. Tony’s article “A Progressive Policy, Ohio Revamps Protective Control” was published in the July 1993 edition of the Corrections Today magazine. He was also published in a national syndicated column, The Front Porch, in July 2004 with an article about his father’s experiences in World War II, titled “Dad’s Friend Mike”.

Tony also served as the Treasurer of the Warren County Agricultural Society (the Warren County Fair) from 1995 -2009, and was a 4-h Advisor for eighteen years.

Tony graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree from Niagara University in Niagara Falls, New York in 1973 and received his Masters of Science in Corrections from Xavier University in 1975.

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