Some of our best stories come from our listeners. That's why we want to hear from you.
We work hard to hold our elected leaders and institutions accountable, to make sure your tax dollars are spent properly. And we've expanded our investigative team so we can deliver more accountability journalism to our audience.
If you have a tip about waste, fraud, corruption or other matters you believe need to be uncovered, we're listening.
What makes a good tip?
- The best tips are on matters of significance to the larger community.
- If you have documentation, even better.
Send tips to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or, if you would prefer to submit on an encrypted service, we suggest one of the following options:
Option 1: Use Signal
Signal is a free and open-source messaging app. It offers end-to-end encryption to send messages, photos, video and calls. Signal will only retain your phone number, when you first registered, and when you were last active.
Signal does not keep any metadata surrounding your communications. It can also be set to delete messages from the recipient’s and sender’s phones (once the messages have been seen). You can download it on your iPhone, Android or desktop here.
Once you're set up, add us: 1+ 213-503-2493
Option 2: Use Protonmail
Protonmail is an end-to-end encrypted email service, which you can read about here. Like Signal, it has a self-deleting option.
Once you've set up a protonmail account, you can email us at KPCC-iTeam@protonmail.com
If you want to be extra cautious, you can download and use the Tor browser, which hides your IP address.
What will happen to my tip?
We promise to review every tip we receive. That said, we may not be able to respond to each one.
Who is on the investigative team?
Date Editor: Dana Amihere
Editor: Mike Kessler
Reporter: Aaron Mendelson
Advisor: Mark Schoofs
Investigative Intern: Yingjie Wang
Reporter: Rina Palta (on leave)