Veteran Federal and State Law Enforcement Official and Crisis Advisor Joins Bose Public Affairs Group
Bose Public Affairs Group LLC is proud to announce that Jim Davis, former FBI Special Agent in Charge of the Denver Division and past executive director of the Colorado Department of Public Safety, has joined the government affairs and strategic communications firm as a senior policy advisor.
Davis will utilize 30 years of criminal investigative, intelligence and homeland security experience at both the state and federal level to advise clients on risk management, crisis communications and reputation management to ensure organizations and individuals are prepared to handle unexpected events.
“I’ve known Jim for years since I was a TV news journalist, and his addition to the firm allows us to provide clients fully-integrated crisis communications, risk analysis, and reputation management services,” said Roger Harvey, principal and managing director of strategic communications at Bose Public Affairs Group. “Jim’s expertise will be a tremendous asset to companies and organizations needing guidance on both the media and law enforcement fronts when dealing with a crisis.”
Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Davis served as executive director of the Colorado Department of Public Safety. In addition, he was a member of the cabinet of Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper and served as homeland security advisor and criminal justice policy advisor to the Governor. He led the state response to an unprecedented 13 Presidential Disaster Declarations over a three-year period.
Before working for Governor Hickenlooper, Davis retired after serving 26 years in the FBI which included serving as Special Agent in Charge of the Denver Division where Davis was responsible for all investigative and intelligence operations for the FBI in Colorado and Wyoming. Davis also was Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Indianapolis Division. His career highlights include overseeing the only successful domestic investigation and disruption of an al-Qaeda terrorist plot; serving as the senior federal law enforcement official for the 2008 Democratic National Convention; directing a four-year undercover operation that resulted in the conviction of more than two dozen public officials and organized crime figures in Chicago and 10 years of service as a SWAT operator.
In addition, Davis worked nearly two years in Iraq and Afghanistan where he personally led the FBI team responsible for the initial processing of Saddam Hussein after his capture in December 2003.