Clint Riley, 34, is an investigative reporter at The Record. Riley joined the newspaper in January 2001 following a stint as a general assignment reporter at The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Va. The Record is Riley's second professional tour in New Jersey. He published several major investigations into police and political corruption while a staff writer at the Courier-Post in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Riley, a Baltimore native, has also worked at newspapers in Delaware, Kentucky and Florida during his career. Earlier this year (2004), the “Banking on Your Money” series he wrote at The Record was honored with the national William Brewster Styles Award for business/economics reporting from the Scripps Howard Foundation. Riley has also won more than two dozen national, regional and state journalism awards, including a national Investigative Reporter's and Editor's award in 1998 for exposing widespread corruption and mismanagement within the Camden (NJ) Police Department.