Major Torray Walker

Title: Major

Career Highlights

  • 2023 Promoted to Major
  • 2023 (SPI) Southern Police Institute Internal Affairs
  • 2022 FBI-LEEDA Leadership Trilogy Series Certifications and Award
  • 2018 Academy of Police Supervision
  • 2017 Promoted to Sergeant
  • 2015 Awarded the Medal of Honor

Previous Experience

Major Walker began his police career with the Lexington Police Department in January 1998. While serving at Lexington P.D., Walker was a Patrol Officer and quickly assigned to the Special Assignment Squad. Here he worked in high-crime areas to combat and disrupt violent crimes, drug activities, and vice-type crimes. Walker was assigned to the Traffic Unit before becoming a Detective assigned to the Robbery Homicide Unit where he was a Robbery Detective.

Jeffersontown Experience

Major Walker transferred to the great City of Jeffersontown in June 2002. Major Walker has a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. Major Walker has completed various law enforcement schools and has many certifications and instructor’s certifications including but not limited to; Defensive Tactics Instructor, OC (Pepper Spray) Less-then-Lethal Instructor, Knife Defense Instructor, ASP Baton Instructor, Taser Instructor, Driving Instructor, Firearms Instructor. Walker was promoted to Sergeant in 2017 where he was a second platoon patrol sergeant. In December 2021 he was assigned to the Training Unit to be the Training Sergeant. 

Walker was appointed to the rank of Major to become the Investigative Commander in 2023. Major Walker oversees the Criminal Investigative Division (CID) and The Special Investigative Unit (SIU). Major Walker is also in charge of the department’s fleet of vehicles and any other assignments as directed by the Chief of Police. 

Major Walker is currently the longest-serving sworn officer at the Jeffersontown Police Department with more than 20 years of consistent service in this agency.