San Jose Police Chief Rob Davis could be heading east.
Davis on Monday was named one of six finalists for the top job at the Dallas Police Department. He would replace their outgoing chief, David Kunkle.
Davis has been with the SJPD since 1980 and has been the chief there since 2004. During his time, he has worked as a consultant for the U.S. State Department in Central America, helping to train law enforcement. His resume says he's fluent in Spanish.
It seems Davis is looking around for a new department to run. He was also a finalist for he Los Angeles Police Department chief position. But he assured us today that he's happy running the San Jose Police Department.
"I do want the community to hear me loud and clear. This is not because I'm unhappy in any way, shape or form in san Jose. I couldn't be more grateful. This is an opportunity that came up. I was asked to put my name in, and I did. I've had other offers in other cities. But I'm not interested. It has to be the right fit."
Here's a glance at the other finalists for the Dallas job:
See the candidates' resumes