2009 FBI Denver Division Director’s Community Leadership Award
|FBI Denver December 09, 2009|
The FBI Denver Division is proud to announce Ms. Stacey Hervey as the recipient of the 2009 Director’s Community Leadership Award (DCLA). The outstanding contribution demonstrated by Ms. Hervey in the educational community she serves has been astounding. Her commitment to education may start in a classroom at the Career Education Center (CEC) Middle College of Denver High School, but her efforts reach far into community colleges and universities in the Denver metro area. Ms. Hervey has achieved extraordinary results within the programs she has initiated and built for the future of young people in the Denver Metro area.
Ms. Hervey has a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Master of Social Services degree with an emphasis in criminal justice from the University of Colorado at Denver. Ms. Hervey considers herself a learning facilitator rather than a teacher. Her goal is to teach students how to think versus what to think, and to teach them to solve problems rather than just answer questions.
Ms. Hervey graduated from a law enforcement academy in 1996 and worked for the Boulder Police Department as a victim advocate for two years. She has been a certified teacher for eight years and has been a college instructor for five years.
|SAC James H. Davis presents the 2009 Denver DCLA to Ms. Stacey Hervey at the press conference on December 8, 2009.||Ms. Hervey reads her acceptance speech at the press conference.|
|Former criminal justice students of Ms. Hervey who now serve in law enforcement. Pictured (at the DCLA reception) from left to right: Jose Ruiz, a Cheyenne Police Department Officer; Ms. Hervey; and Brandon Cameron, a Denver Police Department Cadet.||SAC Davis presents additional gifts to Ms. Hervey at the Denver DCLA reception.|