The Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science at the University of New Haven was conceived by Dr. Lee and other forensic scientists in the early 1990s and opened on the University of New Haven campus in the fall of 1998.
The University of New Haven’s Institute of Social Justice, comprised of students, faculty, staff, and community partners, promotes political, economic, and social justice on campus and in the surrounding community.
This academic-based institute is dedicated to the training and education of state and local officials, policy-makers and future leaders. It is also designed to promote, monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of evidence-based practices, programs and policies related to youth justice, focusing on the needs of youth up to the age of 21.
The University of New Haven Center for Forensic Investigations of Trafficking in Persons helps combat the crime of modern day slavery through increased convictions of the perpetrators, while enhancing support services rendered to TIP victims.
The University of New Haven Cyber-Crime Center functions as a national cyber-security task force by serving students and the community through thorough collaboration. We are dedicated to assisting academic sectors, government, and industry to meet the challenges in cyber-crime prevention and investigation.
The Center for Wildlife Forensic Research was created in 2015 in response for the need for scientifically and forensically robust research in the area of wildlife crimes. The Center has grown slowly but steadily since its creation and is now beginning to get recognition for the work that is being done by its members.