Dr. Henry Lee
Former Commissioner of Public Safety, State of Connecticut
Dr. Henry C. Lee, former Commissioner and Lab Chief of the Department of Public Safety for the State of Connecticut, is currently a distinguished professor at the University of New Haven, Chief Emeritus of Forensic Science Services of Connecticut, and the Director of the Institute of Forensic Research and Training Center.
Dr. Lee came to national prominence as an expert witness during the O.J. Simpson trial. He has assisted law enforcement agencies throughout the US and abroad on special missions. A graduate of John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Dr. Lee also received a doctorate in biochemistry from New York University.
He has also been awarded honorary doctoral degrees from Bridgeport University, the University of New Haven, St. Joseph's College, and William College Law School. Dr. Lee resides in Branford, Connecticut and his office is located at the University of New Haven. You can contact Dr. Lee at www.henryleeinstitute.com