Commissioner Davis, who is replacing Walter B. Wray, is a 2005 graduate of the Liberia National Police Academy and Training School. In 2015, he graduated from the AME Zion University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice Administration with emphasis in Law enforcement.
Additionally, the newest 105 holds several certificates to include the following: Certificate in Police Science, Zinzay Police College, The People's Republic of China (2014); Certificate in Police Science of Kofi Annan School of International Policing, Republic of Ghana (2015);Certificate in Middle Management, Liberia National Police Academy and Training School (2015) and Certificate in Senior Management, Liberia National Police Academy and Training school.
He worked in several departments at the LNP namely: Deputy Chief of Patrol for Operations (U-178)- 2007-2008; Deputy Chief of Patrol for Administration (Unit-165)-2009-2010;Chief of Patrol, Liberia National Police (Unit 117)-2010-2015; Chief of Traffic, Liberia National Police (Unit 118)-2015-2017; Chief of Major Crime Division -2018-2018 and Regional Commander, Monrovia Region (Unit 142)-2018-2020.
For his part, Commissioner Davies appreciated the LNP's leadership for his preferment and promised to work with the leadership of the Police and the Operation wing to ensure robust and timely intervention to areas that require Police presence.
He pledged to work assiduously ahead of the 2023 elections to ensure its success operationally.
Walter B Wray, whose position being shifted to Davis, served as U-105. He was among those top five (5) officers who was suspended in connection to the 26 July counter protest which was Liberia Independence Day by members of the Coalition for Democratic Change DC- Council of Patriot against the State Run University student based group called Student Unification Party (SUP).
According to a press release issued by the LNP on Friday, August 5, 2022, those officers including Wary poorly handled and supervised the protest, which led to a bloody battle and several injuries.