The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism

Vicky Gayle

Based in Wednesbury, Vicky began her journalism career at community magazines in Birmingham before ending up in Colchester, where she worked as a news reporter at the Daily Gazette and other weekly titles in north Essex. After a secondment with the BBC’s Shared Data Unit in 2018, she returned to Newsquest where she co-led its first Data Investigations Unit. She has reported on deaths of ex-offenders under probation supervision, inequalities around deaf people accessing mental health care and racism in the UK deaf community. She was also Black Ballad’s West Midlands commissioning editor for its Black Women in Britain project.

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Bureau Local: How to Get Involved in – or Lead – a Community Investigation

Bureau Local is part of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, one of the biggest non-profit journalism organisations in the country. Bureau Local aims to shed light on issues and stories that affect local communities but that also provide a national picture.
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