Stacey Hervey

Senior Team Lead, Teacher



Criminal Justice/Forensics

Stacey Hervey is a first generation college student and started her career with the Boulder Police Department before going into education in 1998.  She has worked full time at CEC since 2000 and is an adjunct faculty member at University of Maryland, University of Colorado, Metro State University and the Community College of Denver.  She served as a mayoral appointee to the City of Denver Crime Prevention Commission and in 2009 received the FBI Director Leadership award and now serves as the Vice President of the FBICAAA.  She is a member of the Rocky Mountain Association of Identification and has worked with Homeland Security and the Attorney General’s office to develop training resources for parents.  She is most proud of her work advocating for marginalized communities and introducing law enforcement careers to underrepresented communities. When not working, she spends time watching sporting events (Go Buffs), fostering kittens, listening to crime podcasts and eating tacos.