The Utah Investigative Journalism Project was founded in 2016 as a non-profit, public service journalism and educational resource for the state and region. By partnering with newspapers and broadcast media on difficult in-depth stories, our mission is to help these institutions continue their historic role as government watchdogs and defenders of the poor and oppressed. Our secondary calling is to train and educate local journalists in the practice of investigative journalism. In this role we have provided free reporting workshops for rural papers, student journalists and major news outlets.
Focus Areas: Investigative Reporting