Kristen Ziman Aurora Mass Shooting

Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman addressing press, following the Aurora mass shooting in February. (file photo; photo by Mark Harrington)

Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman is among four candidates that have been revealed as remaining candidates for the open Chicago Police Superintendent position.

The Chicago Tribune reports that the city's police board narrowed the list to four from 25 candidates.

Ziman joins former Dallas Police Chief David Brown, former Los Angeles Police Officer Sean Malinowski and Chicago Deputy Police Chief Ernest Cato as a finalist.

Aurora's chief is the only woman on the list. She was thrust into the national spotlight nearly a year ago when the Henry Pratt mass shooting in Aurora occurred, which garnered media attention from around the country.

Former Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck is currently acting as the interim superintendent in Chicago following the firing of Eddie Johnson.

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot's office says that the list will need to be narrowed to three for police board consideration.