Stephanie Creasy

Stephanie Creasy
Deputy Assistant Director
U.S. Marshals Service

Stephanie Creasy is the Deputy Assistant Director (DAD) of the United States Marshals Service (USMS) Training Division.

Ms. Creasy began her career with the USMS as Deputy United States Marshal in 1998 in Salt Lake City, UT (D/UT) where she gained experience with high threat protection details through a series of special assignments.  In 2001, she transferred to Memphis, TN (W/TN), where she served as the Recruiting Officer, Warrants Coordinator, Public Affairs Officer, Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) Coordinator, and Sexual Offender Investigative Coordinator.  She was assigned to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) OCDETF for two years where she successfully dismantled Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTO) and arrested OCDETF fugitives.  This included the DTO and arrest of former USMS 15 Most Wanted Craig Petties who was ultimately sentenced to nine life sentences.  She received several awards for her OCDETF work including two OCDETF “Case of the Year” awards.   

In 2008, Ms. Creasy was promoted to Senior Inspector in the USMS Technical Operation Group (TOG) of the Investigative Operations Division (IOD) where she was assigned to the Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force (GCRFTF) in Birmingham, AL.  She traveled extensively, successfully working hundreds of fugitive case. Her most rewarding accomplishments also include the safe recovery of missing children

In 2014, Ms. Creasy was promoted to serve as Chief Inspector of the Distance Learning Branch of the Training Division and later held additional acting positions including Chief of Training and Chief of Professional Development before promoting to the DAD in 2017.  She has developed a knowledge and appreciation of instructional system design and the importance of accreditation.  She is dedicated to ensuring the USMS Training Division meets the foundational and professional development needs of all USMS employees and continues to support and advance operational safety.  

Stephanie Creasy holds both a bachelor’s degree in English with a concentration in technical and professional writing and editing from the University of Memphis and a master’s degree in Public Administration from Troy University.  She enjoys spending time at the beach with her three dogs.