Ed Davis

Edward Davis is the founder and CEO of The Edward Davis Company. As the former Police Commissioner of Boston, Ed is a leader in security and law enforcement and an expert in that sector’s intersection with innovative technology.

His leadership in the handling of the Boston Marathon bombing won him and the Boston Police widespread praise and recognition for performance in the midst of a serious terrorist crisis.

Ed represents Fortune 500 and other large corporations, including AT&T, Kinder Morgan, National Grid, Uber, Deloitte, Draft Kings, the St. Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox, as well as venture-backed technology startups and government agencies.

Ed leads a team of security and technology experts, that includes former federal agents, local law enforcement, military officials, technical experts and attorneys, with strong links to academic institutions, national and international governments and the intelligence community.

The collective experience of the Davis Team lends their expertise to crisis response, risk management, physical security assessment and policy review of large-scale venues along with cybersecurity, government consulting and product strategy.

The Davis Team has also participated in the review of policies and procedures for major universities and conducted large-scale investigations for companies across the world.

Ed is a frequent contributor to Fox News Network and has appeared on “Meet the Press” and “60 Minutes”. He was a Fellow at Harvard’s Institute of Politics and has lectured extensively at Harvard and MIT.

Ed Davis has collaborated with Joe Baerlein for three years on large-scale advocacy projects, crisis investigations and thought leadership.

In regards to coronavirus: Ed Davis, former Boston Police Commissioner, was the leader on the city’s response to the Boston Marathon attacks in 2013. Davis and his business partner, Sharon Hanson, currently provide security, threat analysis, preparedness, and deployment to corporations all over the world.
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