Research Associate, Tourism Safety and Crowd Science
Stacey Clouse was born in Detroit, Michigan and has lived in Las Vegas for the past 25 years. After transferring from the College of Southern Nevada, Stacey received her BA and MA in Criminal Justice at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Stacey is currently working on her PhD in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Her areas of interest include: environmental criminology, social network analysis, tactical medical response to mass casualty incidents (MCI), and policing. Her research of medical response to MCI’s has led to a collaborative relationship with the United States Marshal Service-Tactical Medics unit as well as other community partners.