Training Programs

Critical Incident Planning and Response

Dec. 4-5, 2019. Planning for crises is an important task for emergency management, law enforcement, and fire service personnel.

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Fire and Arson Investigation

October 7-10, 2019. Fire, arson, and explosion investigations are some of the most challenging cases. This course will examine the causes of arson fires and explosions and will focus on the evidence and investigative process.

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28th Annual Arnold Markle Symposium

The 28th Annual Arnold Markle Symposium will be held at the Yale West Campus in Orange, CT on October 28-29, 2019. The topic this year is ‘Serial Murder – The Crime and the Investigation.’ Register now!

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Crime Scene and Evidence Photography

Crime Scene and Evidence Photography

January 13-17, 2020. This course will cover an in-depth week of instruction and practical exercises in crime scene and evidence photography.

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Crime Scene Photography

POSTPONED until January 2020. The Crime Scene Photography course will benefit crime scene investigators, criminal investigators, and fire and arson investigators by teaching skills with DSLR cameras, lighting, software, and more.

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Latent Fingerprint Development

POSTPONED. This course will instruct the student how to locate latent fingerprints with different techniques, to include lighting, chemicals, cyanoacrylate, RUVIS, and dusting powders.

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Advanced Crime Scene Technology and Investigation

Advanced Crime Scene Technology and Investigation

October 30 – November 1, 2019. This course will focus on the uses of new technology to investigate crime scenes.

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Upcoming Events

28th Annual Arnold Markle Symposium

The 28th Annual Arnold Markle Symposium will be held at the Yale West Campus in Orange, CT on October 28-29, 2019. The topic this year is ‘Serial Murder – The Crime and the Investigation.’ Register now!

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Our Ties to the University of New Haven

Dr. Lee has been a member of the faculty at the University of New Haven since 1975 and helped establish one of the foremost academic forensic programs in the world. The University and its students are world-renowned in this field. You can visit www.newhaven.edu to find out more about undergraduate and graduate study in the University of New Haven’s Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences.

The Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science is housed in a state-of-the-art building on the University of New Haven campus. While we work hand-in-hand toward a common goal, it is important to note the Lee Institute is a separate entity that works closely with the University.

Through training, consultation, research and a unique public learning center, the Institute’s goal is to make the criminal justice system more effective. Toward that goal, we provide unique and effective training programs and cutting edge resources to professionals in the law enforcement fields.

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Dr. Henry C. Lee is the founding father of the Institute. The legendary investigator is known for finding the tiniest clues. He has even solved a murder without a body. Find out more about the world-famous investigator on https://www.facebook.com/DrHenryLee.