Major Chris Williams
Investigations and Administrative Services
Major Chris Williams graduated from the Dayton Police Academy in May 1992. He worked uniform patrol in the Second District from 1992-1999 and served in the Narcotics Unit between 1999-2001. He was promoted to Sergeant in June 2001 and served in uniform as a supervisor in Fifth District from 2001-2004 before transferring to the Detective Section as a Squad Supervisor from 2004-2008.
He advanced to Lieutenant where he served as a Field Commander until placed as the Commander of 2nd District from 2008-2010. From 2010-2012, he served as the Commander of East Patrol Operations Division until his promotion to Major in July of 2012.
Major Williams is a former member of the Dayton Police Bomb Squad and in 1995 was selected as “Police Officer of the Year” and earned the “Medal of Valor” in 1998.
He graduated from Wright State University in 2010 and is a graduate of the Police Executive Leadership College, Certified Law Enforcement Executive (CLEE) as well as the FBI National Academy.
The main goal of the Division of Investigations and Administrative Services is to reduce crime in the City of Dayton, leading to enhanced safety and a better quality of life for the citizens of and visitors to Dayton.
It is our mission to conduct thorough follow-up investigations on all reported criminal matters that are generated by Patrol Operations personnel. Detectives then pursue appropriate charges with the Prosecutors’ Offices and navigate the charges through the courts.
The Investigations and Administrative Services Division oversees the following funtions:
Central Investigations Bureau
Greater Dayton Premier Management Detail
Interdiction & Major Case Unit
Property Forfeiture & Seizure
Organized Crime & Gangs
Street Crimes Unit
Dayton Police Academy
Major Williams can be reached at email@example.com or by thelephone at (937) 333-1110.