R.G. Dunlop

R.G. Dunlop

Investigative Reporter/KyCIR

R.G. Dunlop is an award-winning investigative reporter whose work has exposed government corruption and resulted in numerous reforms. Dunlop is a three-time finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and was twice a member of teams that won George Polk Awards. He worked 35 years at the Courier-Journal in a variety of positions, including Eastern Kentucky bureau chief, Legal Affairs reporter, City Editor, and State Enterprise Reporter. He has extensively covered death penalty issues, coal-mining safety and health, criminal justice matters, and the corrupting influence of money in politics. Dunlop is a graduate of Miami University and earned a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University. He lives in Louisville with his family.

Former Deputy Jailers Indicted in Perry County Beating Death
State Auditor Finds Mismanagement at Grant County Jail
Trouble Behind Bars: What You Can Do
Five Takeaways From Our Investigation of Kentucky Jails
The Cost of Abuse and Misconduct in Kentucky’s Jails
Banished and Forgotten: How the Criminal Justice System Wronged Derrick Rose
Meet the Man Who Took Grant County Jail From Bad To Worse
Remedies Rare For Kentucky Jail Plagued By Death, Abuse
Carrollton Police Chief, Officer Indicted In Banishment Case
New Criminal Charge Filed Against Man at Center of Kentucky Banishment Case
Judge: Carroll County, Ky., Authorities May Be Held In Contempt For Improperly Removing Inmate
Kentucky Justice? Kicked Out of the Commonwealth
Police In Kentucky Ship Mentally Ill Man to Florida, Defying Judge’s Order