Scott Glover is an esteemed reporter on the CNN Investigates team, stationed in Los Angeles.
With an impressive career spanning 20 years at the Los Angeles Times, Glover has covered critical subjects such as the LAPD, federal courts, and various law enforcement agencies. His commitment to investigative journalism has led to the exposure of numerous groundbreaking stories, including his notable work on the LAPD Rampart Scandal.
Collaborating with a fellow reporter, Glover unveiled extensive corruption within the department, making a significant impact with their revelations. Furthermore, he played a pivotal role as a lead reporter in the Los Angeles Times’ Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the 2003 San Diego wildfires.
Glover’s contributions to journalism have reached a wide audience, with his stories being featured on esteemed programs such as 60 Minutes, 48 Hours, and a documentary series on investigative reporters produced by PBS.
Alongside his reporting pursuits, Glover has also dedicated over a decade to teaching investigative reporting as an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California, solidifying his commitment to nurturing the next generation of journalists.
Based in Los Angeles, Scott Glover brings his wealth of experience and expertise to the CNN Investigates team, delivering impactful and thought-provoking investigative journalism.