The National Rifle Association has named Michigan Deputy Milt Williams as the 2015 NRA Law Enforcement Firearm Instructor of the Year. After nearly three decades with the Oakland County (Mich.) Sheriff’s Office, Deputy Williams has earned multiple NRA training and firearm instruction certifications. As part of his responsibilities, Williams trains all Oakland County Deputies, to certify the high standards required to carry duty weapons throughout the year.
Speaking to MI Headlines Media, Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard said, “I cannot overstate how valuable Deputy Williams is to the sheriff’s office. His talents and knowledge of firearms ensures each deputy is receiving the best training available to them.”
In addition to his duties with the Sheriff’s Training Unit, he is also a range master and is currently part of the Emergency Response and Preparedness Division. What’s more, as an NRA instructor Williams has instructed more than 3,000 citizens in Concealed Pistol License (CPL) training.