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Henry C. Lee - Continuing The Search

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Dr. Lee has received many awards in his lifetime. In 1992 he received a special honor when he was elected a Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Science. In 1996 Lee received the Medal of Justice from the Justice Foundation, and in 1998 the Science and Engineer Association awarded him their Lifetime Achievement Award.

In 1998 Lee founded the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science to promote the advancement of forensic science. He served as Connecticut's commissioner of public safety from 1998 to 2000 and was chief for the Scientific Services in the state.

Lee remained a full professor at the University of New Haven into the twenty-first century and has served as a visiting professor at eight other universities. A widely published author, Lee remains active on the lecture circuit as well. In his 2002 book Cracking Cases, Lee thanked his 105-year-old mother, An-Fu-Lee, for her support and encouragement over the years for both himself and his twelve siblings.


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