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Charlotte Bilby

Department: Social Sciences

 In September 2010, Charlotte joined the Department from the University of Leicester, where she held lecturing posts in the Department of Criminology and the School of Psychology, Forensic Section.  Before that she worked as a researcher at Keele University and a number of private sector consultancy organisations.

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  • Fear, Fecklessness and Flapjacks: Imagining Ambridge's Offenders, Bilby, C. 16 Mar 2021, Flapjacks and Feudalism, Bingley, Emerald
  • Out-casted/Re-casted: Towards a Lexicon for Restorative Artmaking and Co-creation, Aldington, C., Wallace, J., Bilby, C. 8 Sep 2020, Arte en prisión, Valencia, Tirant lo Blanch
  • Sex work, sensory urbanism and visual criminology: Exploring the role of the senses in shaping residential perceptions of brothels in Blackpool, Cooper, E., Cook, I., Bilby, C. May 2018, In: International Journal of Urban and Regional Research
  • An Evaluation of ‘Through the Gate Plus’ in the North East of England, Harding, J., Irving, A., Ridley, L., Bilby, C. Jul 2014
  • Creativity and Rehabilitation: What Else Might Work in Changing Sex Offenders’ Behaviour?, Bilby, C. Nov 2014, Responding to Sexual Offending, London, Macmillan
  • Re-imagining futures: Exploring arts interventions and the process of desistance, Bilby, C., Caulfield, L., Ridley, L. Nov 2013
  • Methodological Considerations in the Evaluation of Offender Interventions: The Problem of Attrition, Hatcher, R., McGuire, J., Bilby, C., Palmer, E., Hollin, C. Apr 2012, In: International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology
  • The Effect on Reconviction of an Intervention for Drink-Driving Offenders in the Community, Palmer, E., Hatcher, R., McGuire, J., Bilby, C., Hollin, C. Apr 2012, In: International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology
  • Evaluation of the Addressing Substance-Related Offending (ASRO) Program for Substance-Using Offenders in the Community: A Reconviction Analysis, Palmer, E., Hatcher, R., McGuire, J., Bilby, C., Ayres, T., Hollin, C. 2011, In: Substance Use & Misuse
  • Insider Art Exhibition, Bilby, C., Ridley, L. Jul 2011

  • Simon Heald Graffiti in the Contemporary City. The Unseen Role of the Criminal Aesthetic Start Date: 07/11/2012 End Date: 28/10/2016
  • Maureen Lovatt At the coalface. Sustaining cultural participation in areas of disadvantage and deprivation in Co. Durham Start Date: 13/12/2018 End Date: 23/10/2021

Other Courses MSc September 01 1995

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