Crime and Forensics
Stacey Hervey-Stacey worked in Victim Services and spent a short time as a patrol officer before deciding to teach full time. She specializes in school safety, hate crimes/group violence and juvenile delinquency. She is a mayoral appointee to the City of Denver Crime Prevention and Control Commission and in 2009 received the FBI Director Leadership Award for her contributions to the community. She has also received the Mile High Teacher Award, Denver Teacher of the Year and Bronco Teaching Award. She is adept at curriculum development, school safety including issues facing juveniles and online course delivery. She is a member of the Rocky Mountain Association of Identification and is the Vice President of the FBI Citizens' Academy Alumni Association. She has worked with Homeland Security to develop training resources for parents on internet safety and extremist recruiting behavior. She teaches both secondary and post secondary courses and is most proud of her work advocating for marginalized communities.