Bose Public Affairs Group LLC has named Jim Davis senior policy advisor. He is a former FBI special agent in charge of the Denver Division and past executive director of the Colorado Department of Public Safety. 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. He previously served as a member of the cabinet of Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper and served as homeland security advisor and criminal justice policy advisor to the Governor. Davis 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 in Colorado and at the Indianapolis Division. In addition, he 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.

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