Lindsey Arbuthnot-Clancey

Assistant Teaching Professor

Office: 436 Cherry Hall
Ph: 217-725-1953


Professor Arbuthnot Clancey is the Undergraduate Advisor and teaches the undergraduate courses Introduction to Criminal Justice and Criminology, Delinquency and Juvenile Justice, Victimology, Hate & Bias Crimes, Principles & Practices of Criminal Courts, Serial Killer, and Career Exploration. She is an Associate Faculty member of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program and an Affiliate Faculty member of the Latinx and Latin American Studies Program. Professor Arbuthnot Clancey is a graduate of the Master of Science in Criminal Justice and Criminology program at the University of Missouri – Kansas City. She started her career as the first Program Analyst for the Community Prosecution: East Patrol Division Program, a collaboration project between the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department and the Kansas City, Missouri City Prosecutor’s Office. Professor Arbuthnot Clancey has worked with victims of crime at the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office, the Johnson County District Attorney’s Office, the Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA) and in the Domestic Violence Court at the 16th Judicial Circuit Court of Missouri – Kansas City Municipal Division.

Academic Credentials

B.A., Sociology, University of Missouri – Columbia (2006)

B.A., Communication, University of Missouri – Columbia (2006)

M.S., Criminal Justice and Criminology, University of Missouri – Kansas City (2010)