Lucrezia Rizzelli is a DPhil Candidate at the Centre for Criminology. She earned her Bachelor degree in Psychological Sciences and Techniques at the University of Florence, specializing in social, organizational and work psychology. Then, she completed her MA in Forensic Psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, where she joined Professor Saul Kassin's false confessions laboratory and conducted research on the linguistic style of false confessions. Lucrezia volunteered at the Innocence Project, and was an investigative intern at the New York City Department of Investigation. In 2017, she received the award of "Best Psychology Student" of the year.
Criminal justice system reform, forensic psychology, miscarriages of justice, crime control