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Red Sox, Globe in security talks with Ed Davis

Former Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis.

AP/file 2013

Former Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis.

Former Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis’s next gig could be protecting Fenway Park.

The Red Sox said Friday they are in talks with Davis about providing security consulting services for the 102-year-old stadium.

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“The agreement would entail providing wide-ranging security assessments and planning for the ballpark, resulting in increased security for fans attending games and Red Sox staff,” said team spokeswoman Zineb Curran.

Davis also is discussing security services with The Boston Globe, said Ellen Clegg, a spokeswoman for the newspaper. Red Sox principal owner John W. Henry owns the Globe. No agreements have been finalized.

Davis, who left his police post last November, also is on a fellowship at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics and is a security analyst for WBZ-TV.

Related:

In announcing resignation, Davis says ‘it is time to go’

John Henry adding Globe to his Boston constellation

Callum Borchers can be reached at callum.borchers@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @callumborchers.
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