• AAMVA Board of Directors - Member Biography

  • WilliamsFred_headshotMajor Fred Williams Jr.
    Troop Commander, Operational Support Troop 

    Kentucky State Police

    Frederick A. Williams Jr. (Williams) is married to Stephanie R. Williams.  They have two daughters, Anna (13) and Alayna (8).  Fred and his family reside in Lawrenceburg Kentucky but both he and his wife were raised in Louisville Kentucky.  Fred is a member of Evergreen Baptist Church.  Fred hobbies includes weight training, strategies games and supporting his favorite athletics teams the NFL Dallas Cowboys and NBA Boston Celtics. 

    Williams is an eighteen year veteran in the Kentucky State Police.  Williams began his career with the Kentucky State Police as a license examiner before attending the Kentucky State Police Training Academy in January 1998.  Since this time Williams has held a myriad of assignments.  He began his career as a Trooper working as a road unit at Morehead Post 8 before transferring to Frankfort Post 12.  He also served as Commander of the Recruiting Branch while holding the rank of Trooper. Williams promoted to sergeant in June 2004 and served at Campbellsburg Post 5 and Frankfort Post 12 as a Squad Sergeant.  He also served as the Region 3 Supervisor in Driver Testing. Williams promoted to lieutenant in February 2008.  While a Lieutenant, Williams served at Campbellsburg Post 5 as Operations Lieutenant and Frankfort Post 12 as Investigative Lieutenant. Williams promoted to Captain in August 2010 and served as Commander of the Driver Testing Branch.  In November 2014, he assumed command of Campbellsburg Post 5 as Commander before being transferred to the Academy Branch as commander in September of 2015.  Williams currently holds the position of Major over the Operational Support Troop after being promoted on September 1, 2016.

    Williams attended college on a full football scholarship and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Tennessee State University and later a Master of Science degree from the University of Louisville.  Williams is currently a third year student pursuing a Doctorate of Philosophy degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Louisville.  Williams also teaches college courses part-time as an adjunct instructor.