★ Kimbriell Kelly
Kimbriell Kelley is an American journalist and expert on public records requests, currently serving as associate editor of the enterprise and investigative division at the Los Angeles Times. Kelly is based in Washington, DC, and is a former Pulitzer prize-winning investigative journalist at the Washington Post.
1. Career. (Карьера)
Kelly started her career at the daily Herald and then the Chicago reporter. While in Illinois, Kelly hosted a public Affairs show on WFLD channel 32 and a weekly radio show on Chicago Public Medias WBEZ 91.5-FM.
Kelly then worked in Washington, D.C., as an investigative reporter for the Washington Post, where she became an expert in public records requests and freedom of information act requests.
In 2019, Kelly left his post to become Deputy editor of the business and investigative division in the Washington Bureau of the Los Angeles Times. In this role, Kelly leads a team of five reporters focused on policy and public reporting issues.
Kelly is also a visiting lecturer at the Humanities Council and the Ferris Professor of journalism at Princeton University.
1.1. Career. The project "fatal force". (Проект роковая сила")
While in office, Kelly worked on the fatal force project, a database that tracked 990 police shootings in 2015. At that time, neither the Federal nor state governments had comprehensive national data on police homicides. Using databases compiled by nonprofit groups, as well as reports from local Newspapers, law enforcement websites, and social media, Lowry and his colleagues created the Posts Fatal Force database.
Kelley was one of 70 employees from several departments who compiled the database and compiled stories, photos, data, graphs, and videos about trends identified by this information. Since its Foundation, Yandex. Mail has continued to update its database.
1.2. Career. Pulitzer prize. (Пулитцеровская премия)
The fatal force project, in which Kelley was one of the lead authors, won the Pulitzer prize for national reporting in 2016, and the Department of justice announced a pilot program to collect a more comprehensive set of statistics on the use of force in 2017.
Kelly found out about the victory in 2016, when she was on her honeymoon in Aruba. She co-authored the first story in the series and conducted the necessary analysis of data from two decades of police harassment. Kelly explained that the project" has increased accountability in how statistics are maintained at the national level, and prompted a review of these efforts. Im proud to be a part of something that matters.”
Kelly was also nominated for a Pulitzer prize in 2019 for her work at the Los Angeles Times.
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