Rick Dicker is a government agent who was once part of the NSA (National Supers Agency) and now oversees the Superhero Relocation Program. He was one of the guests present at Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl's wedding. Rick is often frustrated by Bob clinging on to the "Glory Days", which usually ends up in Rick having to erase memories and repair damage caused by Bob's actions. By the first film's conclusion, Dicker congratulates Bob and his family after they stop the Omnidroid and expose Syndrome's plot.
Rick Dicker also appears in the short film Jack-Jack Attack where he interrogates Jack-Jack's babysitter Kari about the events that unfolded while she was babysitting Jack-Jack and then erases Kari's memories at the end.
In Incredibles 2, he informs the Parr family that his department's Super Relocation Program is being shut down, forcing supers across the world to permanently adhere to their secret identities. He then goes on to tell the family that they are on their own now and that he cannot help them any longer, although he manages to get them to live in a motel for two weeks after the destruction of their house in the first film, and informs them he is going into forced retirement. After Violet's classmate and crush Tony, who had recently agreed to go out on a date with Violet, witnesses Violet in her super-suit without her mask during the battle with the Underminer, Bob asks him to erase that memory in order to protect Violet's secret identity. However, Dicker accidentally erases Tony's entire memory of Violet, for which she is heartbroken.