Steven C. Drielak is an internationally recognized expert in the area of forensic attribution. He received his Master's degrees from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. He has over 30 years of law enforcement experience and was responsible for the establishment of the Suffolk County Environmental Crime Unit. Steven commanded that unit for 16 years. Steven had also served for 12 years as a Director within the EPA's Office of Criminal Enforcement in both the Homeland Security and Criminal Enforcement national programs in Washington DC. He has served under two Presidents on the Presidential Interagency Microbial Forensics Advisory Board. His last major assignment with the federal government was to assist in designing the EPA’s emergency response protocols for the outbreak of the Ebola Virus.
Steven is the author of the highly successful “Murder Season in the Hamptons” book series and the highly acclaimed true crime novel “Long Island’s Vanished Heiress: The Unsolved Alice Parsons Kidnapping.”