The Washington Post wins Centre for Information Resilience Open Source Film Award for Uvalde coverage – The … – The Washington Post

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Announcement from Director of Video Micah Gelman and National Editor Phil Rucker:

We are thrilled to share that Joyce Sohyun Lee, Sarah Cahlan and Arelis Hernández have won the first edition of the Centre for Information Resilience Open Source Film Award for their visual investigation into the lack of consequences for high-ranking Uvalde law enforcement officers. The award is organized in collaboration with the International Journalism Festival, “to showcase the power and impact of Open-Source Investigations (OSINV) in journalism.”

The investigation combined well-built trust with members of the Uvalde community, exclusive materials obtained through closed sourcing and public records requests and meticulous review and analysis of dozens of hours of body camera videos, post-shooting interviews with officers and audio from dispatch communications. The examination found that the costly 77-minute delay was driven by the inaction of an array of senior and supervising law enforcement officers who remain on the job and had direct knowledge a shooting was taking place inside classrooms but failed to swiftly stop the gunman.

Please join us in congratulating Joyce, Sarah and Arelis on this recognition for their extremely difficult and invaluable work.

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