Former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis is helping Curry College with security amid of series of race and hate-related incidences.

The college confirmed the hire to GBH News and declined to give further information or interviews.

A series of swastikas and graffiti targeting the Black community were found in a campus building over the past two weeks and have been the subject of an investigations by the Milton Police Department.

College administrators are offering a $10,000 reward to anyone who can provide information leading to the arrest of the perpetrator or perpetrators.

The college says two “bias-hate” writings were discovered in a restroom and laundry room in a residence hall on February 14 and 15. One of those included threatening language targeting the Black community, referencing the specific date of Feb. 22. The second was “racist hate language and a drawn swastika,” according to the college. Additional swastikas were discovered in a residences hall on Tuesday morning.

There were also other previous incidents of hate speech on campus properties, including swastikas found in a laundry room on International Holocaust Remembrance Day in January.

Classes were completely virtual on Feb. 22 out of precaution, and students were given the option to return in-person today.

“The Curry College Department of Public Safety and the Milton Police Department continue to deploy additional personnel, surveillance, and other strategies to assure the continued safety of our students, faculty, and staff,” said the colleges media relations department in the release.

Administration will hold a virtual meeting with students on Friday, according to a campus-wide email published in the college newspaper, The Currier Times.

Davis, who was Boston’s police commissioner from 2006 to 2013, did not return requests for comment.