|Audit||Nominating/Corporate Governance||Compensation, Organization and Succession|
|Marcia J. Hooper|
|Gary E. Dilts|
|John H. MacKinnon|
|David J. Shea|
|Alan L. Bazaar|
|John A. Janitz|
|Edward F Davis III|
Mr. Davis has been in law enforcement for 35 years and most recently served as the 40th Police Commissioner of the City of Boston from December 2006 until October 2013. As the commissioner of the Boston Police Department, Davis oversaw police services for more than 600,000 residents along with those visiting and working in the City of Boston. Prior to that, Davis was the superintendent of the Lowell Police Department, a position he held for 12 years and one he rose to after starting out as a patrol officer in 1978. Mr. Davis is currently the founder and CEO of Edward Davis, LLC, a full service security and consulting firm working with major corporations in the U.S. and abroad. Commissioner Davis has also worked internationally on police issues in Singapore, London, Northern Ireland, Jordan and Israel. He served on the Police Executive Research Forum’s (PERF) Board of Directors and was a founding member and first President of the Massachusetts Major City Chiefs Association. Commissioner Davis has been recognized for his efforts locally and nationally, including through the Police Executive Research Forum, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the Major Cities Chiefs Association.
Mr. Davis earned a B.S. from New Hampshire College, a M.A. from Anna Maria College and has received Honorary Doctorates from Northeastern and Suffolk Universities and the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
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