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Professor Anthea Hucklesby's Publications

Books

  • Legitimacy and Compliance in Criminal Justice, ed. by Crawford A and Hucklesby A (Routledge, 2013)

  • Criminal Justice, ed. by Hucklesby A and Wahidin A (Oxford University Press, 2013)

  • Hucklesby A, Bail Support Schemes for Adults, Researching Criminal Justice series (Policy Press, 2011)

    Bail is a fundamental human right which measures society's democratic credentials. Taken alongside an increasing prison population, there is an urgent need to find alternatives to custodial remands which do not increase risks to the community. This important book evaluates a bail support scheme called the Effective Bail Scheme (EBS), which was the first such scheme directed at adults, and places its findings in the context of bail law and practice. Based on up-to-date research, this book will make a valuable contribution to an under-researched area and provide useful insights for policy makers and practitioners.

  • Hucklesby A, Wincup E, Drug Interventions in Criminal Justice (Open University Press, 2010)

  • Hucklesby AL, Prisoner Resettlement: policy and practice (Willan, 2007), xiv,306p

Journal articles

  • Hucklesby A, Wincup E, ‘Assistance, support and monitoring? the paradoxes of mentoring adults in the criminal justice system’, Journal of Social Policy, 43.2 (2014), 373-390
    DOI: 10.1017/S0047279413001013, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/83274/

    Mentoring has recently taken centre stage as one of the primary criminal justice 'interventions' to reduce reoffending, having grown in popularity over the past fifteen years. Its rapid growth has been driven by claims of success within and outside the criminal justice system, leading some to argue that it has been perceived as a silver bullet (Newburn and Shiner, 2005). This article challenges such claims on three fronts: first, mentoring is an ill-defined concept with weak theoretical foundations; second, the evidence base upon which claims of success are made is limited; and, third, transferring mentoring into the coercive and punitive environment of the criminal justice system results in a departure from the very principles and values which are the basis of its usefulness elsewhere. The article utilises the findings from three empirical criminal justice research projects to question claims of widespread and effective mentoring activity with defendants and offenders, suggesting instead that 'interventions' described as mentoring serve as a vehicle to extend the reach of the criminal justice system. At the end of the article, we suggest that desistance theory, specifically the Good Lives Model, provides a conceptual framework for taking mentoring in criminal justice forward. © Cambridge University Press 2014.

  • Hucklesby AL, ‘The working life of electronic monitoring officers’, Criminology and Criminal Justice, 11.1 (2011), 59-76
    DOI: 10.1177/1748895810392185

  • Hucklesby A, Sarre R, ‘Bail in Australia, the United Kingdom and Canada: an introduction’, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, ed. by Hucklesby A and Sarre R, 21.1 (2009), 1-2

  • Hucklesby A, ‘Keeping the Lid on the Prison Remand Population: the experience in England and Wales’, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 21.1 (2009), 3-23

  • Hucklesby A, ‘Understanding offenders' compliance: a case study of electronically monitored curfew orders’, Journal of Law and Society, 36.2 (2009), 248-271
    DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-6478.2009.00465.x

  • Hucklesby A, ‘Review of Ladies of Lost Causes by J. Rumgay’, Punishment and Society, 1.11 (2009), 130-132

  • Hucklesby A, ‘Vehicles of Desistance: the impact of electronically monitored curfew orders’, Criminology and Criminal Justice, 1.8 (2008), 51-71
    DOI: 10.1177/1748895807085869

  • Hucklesby AL, ‘Not necessarily a trip to the police station: the introduction of street bail’, Criminal Law Review, OCT (2004), 803-813

  • Hucklesby AL, ‘Police Bail and the use of Conditions’, Criminal Justice Journal, 1.4 (2001), 441-464
    DOI: 10.1177/1466802501001004004

Chapters

  • Crawford TAM, Hucklesby A, ‘Introduction: Compliance and Legitimacy in Criminal Justice’, in Legitimacy and Compliance in Criminal Justice, ed. by Crawford, TAM and Hucklesby, A (Abingdon: Routledge, 2013), 1-7

  • Hucklesby AL, ‘The Prosecution Process’, in Criminal Justice, ed. by Hucklesby A and Wahidin A, 2 (Oxford University Press, 2013), 83-104

  • Hucklesby AL, Paylor I, Wilson A, ‘Drug Interventions in Prisons’, in Drug Interventions in Criminal Justice, ed. by Hucklesby A and Wincup E (Open University Press, 2010)

  • Hucklesby AL, Wincup E, ‘Introduction’, in Drug Interventions in Criminal Justice, ed. by Hucklesby A and Wincup E (Open University Press, 2010)

  • Hucklesby AL, ‘Drug interventions in the remand process’, in Drug Interventions in Criminal Justice, ed. by Hucklesby A and Wincup E (Open University Press, 2010)

  • Wincup EL, Hucklesby AL, ‘Researching and Evaluating Resettlement’, in Prisoner Resettlement: Policy and Practice, ed. by Hucklesby A and Hagley-Dickinson L (Willan Publishing, 2007)

  • Hucklesby AL, Wincup EL, ‘Models of Resettlement Work with Prisoners’, in Prisoner Resettlement: Policy and Practice, ed. by Hucklesby A and Hagley-Dickinson L (Willan Publishing, 2007)

  • Hucklesby A, Hagley-Dickinson L, ‘Conclusion - opportunities, barriers and threats’, in Prisoner Resettlement: policy and practice, ed. by Hucklesby A and Hagley-Dickinson L (Cullompton: Willan, 2007), 289-300

  • Hucklesby A, Worrall J, ‘The voluntary sector and prisoners' resettlement’, in Prisoner resettlement: policy and practice, ed. by Hucklesby A and Hagley-Dickinson L (Cullompton: Willan, 2007), 174-198

  • Bottomley AK, Hucklesby AL, Mair G, ‘Electronic Monitoring of Offenders: Key Developments’, in Key Developments in Electronic Monitoring, ed. by Buchanan J and others (Key Developments in Electronic Monitoring, 2004), 9-51

  • Hucklesby AL, ‘Sentencing and Court Processes’ ([n.pub.], 2004)

  • Wilkinson C, Hucklesby AL, ‘Management of drug-using prisoners in Leicestershire’, in Prisoners' Drug use and treatment: seven research studies, ed. by Ramsey M (Prisoners' Drug use and treatment: seven research studies, 2003), 131-144

  • Hucklesby AL, ‘Bail in Criminal Cases’, in The Handbook of The Criminal Justice Process, ed. by McConville M and Wilson G (Oxford University Press, 2002), 115-136

  • Hucklesby AL, ‘Introduction’, in Criminal Justice, ed. by Hucklesby A and Wahidin A (Oxford University Press, [n.d.]), 1-16

  • Hucklesby AL, ‘Compliance with electronically monitored curfew orders: some empirical findings’, in Legitimacy and Compliance in Criminal Justice, ed. by Crawford A and Hucklesby A (Routledge, [n.d.]), 138-159

  • Hucklesby AL, ‘Insiders' views: offenders' and staff's experiences of electronically monitored curfews’, in Electronically Monitored Punishment, ed. by Nellis M, Beyens K and Kaminski D (Routledge, [n.d.]), 228-246

Reports

  • Hucklesby AL, Eastwood CM, Seddon TRS, Spriggs AM, The Evaluation of the Restriction on Bail Pilots:final report, (Home Office, 2007)

  • Hucklesby A, Eastwood C, Seddon T, Spriggs A, The Evaluation of the Restriction on Bail Pilots: final report, (Ministry of Justice, 2007)

  • Hucklesby AL, Eastwood CM, Seddon TRS, Spriggs AM, Restriction on Bail pilots: implementation lessons from the first six months, (Home Office, 2005)

  • Hucklesby AL, An Evaluation of Leicester City Bail Supervision and Support Scheme, ([n.pub.], 2002)

  • Hucklesby AL, Remand Management: Guidance for Practitioners, ([n.pub.], 2002)

  • Hucklesby AL, Pre-trial Accommodation for Young People, ([n.pub.], 2002)

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