Ben Conarck

Ben Conarck joined The Baltimore Banner as a criminal justice reporter focusing on law enforcement in July 2022. Previously, he worked for the Miami Herald as a healthcare reporter and led the newspaper’s award-winning coverage on the coronavirus pandemic. He was a member of the investigative team studying the forensics of Surfside’s Champlain Towers South collapse, work that was recognized with a staff Pulitzer Prize for breaking news. Prior to his time in Miami, Conarck was an investigative reporter covering criminal justice at the Florida Times-Union, where he received the Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award and the Al Nakkula Award for Police Reporting for his series with ProPublica on racial profiling by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.


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