Tyrone Barnett scored a second-half brace as Crawley fought back from a goal down to beat Bradford.
Kyel Reid gave the visitors an early lead when he fired a left-foot shot into the bottom corner from distance.
Barnett levelled after the break, heading in Matt Tubbs' cross from close range before Andy Drury fired past Matt Duke with a well-taken finish.
The Red Devils sealed the win through Barnett's close-range finish with two minutes remaining.
The result leaves Bantams boss Phil Parkinson still looking for his first win since taking over at Valley Parade.
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Crawley assistant manager Paul Raynor told BBC Sussex:
"We showed a lot of character. There were a few doubters up and down the country after a couple of poor defeats.
"We asked the boys to be a bit braver on the ball. They responded incredibly well and it was a great second half performance.
"Once we got the equaliser you saw the belief drain out of Bradford. The win gives everybody a lift."