Todd Wallack

Wallack is a reporter for the Globe’s metro section, mainly working on investigative stories. He joined the Globe in 2007, initially working in the business section. A graduate of Northwestern University, he previously spent six years at the San Francisco Chronicle and has worked at several other publications, including the Boston Herald, Boston Business Journal, and the Dayton Daily news.

Latest stories

Boston paid $36m to settle police lawsuits

By , Jan Ransom and , Globe Staff

Most of the money spent over the past decade was for cases alleging wrongful convictions or police misconduct.

Boston police agree to release names of arrested officers

By , Globe Staff

The force had been criticized for withholding names of officers who had been charged with driving drunk.

Globe sues law enforcement agencies for withholding records

By , Globe Staff

The lawsuit was filed after police withheld photos and reports of law enforcement officers who were charged with drunken driving.

State putting up roadblocks for financial disclosure reports

By , Globe Staff

Agencies routinely refuse to release documents, take months to process requests, or demand big sums to see routine documents.