Michael J. Clark, University of New Haven

Senior Lecturer West Haven, Connecticut mclark@newhaven.edu Office: (203) 479-4823

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Michael Clark, lecturer in the criminal justice department, spent more than 22 years in the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where he worked on bank robberies, health care fraud and drug cases. He also specialized in public corruption and worked on cases involving the mayors of Waterbury and Brid...

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Bio/Research

Michael Clark, lecturer in the criminal justice department, spent more than 22 years in the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where he worked on bank robberies, health care fraud and drug cases. He also specialized in public corruption and worked on cases involving the mayors of Waterbury and Bridgeport, the Connecticut state treasurer, and former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland. Also an expert on terrorism, he was in charge of the FBI’s special operations group at the 2002 Special Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was an instructor on financial crimes and ethics in law enforcement at the International Law Enforcement Academy in Budapest, Hungary, and he has earned numerous awards and commendations, most notably the U.S. Attorney Award for Investigative Excellence.

After his retirement from the FBI in 2004, Clark worked for seven years as senior manager of investigations and security for Otis Elevator, a division of United Technologies Corporation. His work involved the safety of 60,000 employees in 190 countries.


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