Martin j. Williams
Martin J. Williams Marty Williams is a retired Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Special Agent. After completing training at the FBI New Agent Training Academy, Quantico, Virginia, Marty was assigned to the Indianapolis Division. During his time in Indianapolis, he was detailed as a liaison to the Drug Enforcement Agency, Crisis Negotiation Team Leader and a member of the Evidence Recovery Team. Marty was a 9/11 responder and reported to New York to assist with remains and evidence recovery. After the 9/11 terrorist attack, he volunteered to be reassigned to the National Security Division, where duties led him to assignments in Iraq and Pakistan. He also served as the Counterterrorism Watch Commander located at the Strategic Information and Operations Center, FBI Headquarters, Washington, D.C
In 2005, Marty was transferred to the Springfield Division, Springfield, Illinois where he was assigned to the Joint Terrorism Task Force. He also served a temporary duty assignment with the Israeli Security Agency being detailed to Tel Aviv, Israel.
In 2013, Marty accepted a transfer to the St. Louis Division, Cape Girardeau Resident Agency. Assignments included investigating both National Security and General Criminal matters. Marty was certified as a Federal Bureau of Investigation Police Instructor where he supervised training assignments in Romania, Iraq and Kuwait. He also trained numerous state, county and local law enforcement personnel in the areas of Investigative Procedures, Crisis Negotiations, Interview and Interrogations, Domestic and International Terrorism as well as Evidence Recovery. Marty retired from the FBI in August 2019 after 23 years of service. Since retirement he has worked in the financial sector.