Sadie Gurman

Justice Department reporter at the Wall Street Journal

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Sadie Gurman is a Denver-based reporter for The Associated Press covering law enforcement and other aspects of the criminal justice system in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region. You can often find her running around with a police scanner in hand, eager to find news before it breaks. 

Sadie also has covered police and public safety for The Denver Post, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Rockford Register Star

She is a proud Missouri School of Journalism graduate and a news junkie who has spoken to classes at the University of Pittsburgh and Duquesne University.

Her ambition is to write a book about one of the many amazing, gruesome, gripping, harrowing and inspiring cases she has covered. 

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