Brad Schrade is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter on the AJC’s investigative team. He is an Atlanta native and a graduate of the University of Georgia. Brad has written about police misconduct, abuse of aged and vulnerable citizens, and government accountability. He was part of the team that investigated Georgia's senior care homes in 2019 in the "Unprotected" series. That led to legislative reform in 2020 to increase protections for Georgia's seniors. He was the AJC's lead reporter on a series that detailed police shootings across Georgia. That collaboration with WSB-TV resulted in legislative reform of the state’s grand jury system in 2016. Previously, he worked as an investigative reporter and editor for The Tennessean in Nashville. Brad was on a team at the Minneapolis Star Tribune awarded the 2013 Pulitzer in local reporting for a series on safety failures that harmed children in Minnesota’s daycare system. Brad welcomes news tips and comments from readers. He can be reached on his cell phone at 615-554-0776.