Daphne Duret is a staff writer for The Marshall Project. She reports on policing issues across the country. In her previous role, she worked at USA Today, where she served on the investigations team. While at the paper, she was part of the team that received the 2022 Hillman Prize for Newspaper Journalism for their work on “Behind the Blue Wall,” a series that revealed retaliation in police departments across the country against officers who made misconduct claims against their coworkers. She also covered legal issues for The Palm Beach Post and has worked at the St. Louis Post Dispatch and The Miami Herald. She is a graduate of Florida International University and a founding board member of D.I.M.E., a nonprofit organization empowering students in underserved areas. She is based in south Florida.
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