Daryl Khan is the New York bureau chief for the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange and its sister publication Youth Today. In his role as bureau chief, he writes in-depth features and long-form pieces on the juvenile justice system, and assigns a wide range of stories, data visualization projects, and videos to students and recent graduates. He runs the Urban Reporting Program at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism. He is a Brooklyn-based criminal justice reporter who has worked for The New York Times, Newsday, and the Boston Globe. He is directing documentaries about the legacy of the Civil Rights movement in the South.