Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Understanding Compliance Dynamics in Community Justice Settings. International Criminal Justice Review 27(1), 40-59.
  2. The Dynamics of Service User Participation and Compliance in Community Justice Settings. The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice
  3. & The impact of skills in probation work: A reconviction study. Criminology and Criminal Justice 14(2), 235-249.
  4. & Skills and Training in British Probation: A Tale of Neglect and Possible Revival.. Federal Probation: A Journal of Correctional Philosophy and Practice. 77(2)
  5. & What Works in Offender Compliance? International perspectives and evidence-based practice. Basingstoke; Palgrave Macmillan..
  6. 'Compliance with Community Orders: Front-line Perspectives and Evidence-Based Practices’, in P. Ugwudike and P. Raynor (eds) What Works in Offender Compliance: International Perspectives and Evidence-Based Practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan..
  7. & Investing in ‘Toughness’: Probation, Enforcement and Legitimacy. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice 51(3), 300-316.
  8. 'Probation Enforcement Practice with Sex Offenders' in J. Bradford, F. Come and J. Deering, Sex Offenders: Punish, Help, Change or Control? Abingdon: Routledge..
  9. Mapping the interface between contemporary risk-focused policy and frontline enforcement practice. Criminology and Criminal Justice 11(3), 242-258.
  10. ‘Compliance with community penalties: the importance of interactional dynamics’ in F. McNeill, P. Raynor and C. Trotter (eds) Offender Supervision: New Directions in Theory, Research and Practice. Abingdon: Routledge.. , 325-343.
  11. & 'Skills and Strategies in Probation Supervision: The Jersey Study' in F. McNeill, P.Raynor and C. Trotter (eds) Offender Supervision: New Directions in Theory, Research and Practice. Abingdon: Routledge..

Books

  1. An Introduction to Critical Criminology. University of Bristol: Policy Press.

Book Chapters

  1. & Supervision Skills and Practices: The Jersey Study. In Ioan Durnescu and Fergus McNeill (Ed.), Understanding Penal Practice. Routledge.

Conference Contributions

  1. (2016). Evaluating Supervision Practice. Presented at The 9th ANNUAL SEMINAR European Society of Crimonology, Working Group on Community Sanctions and Measures, 26-27 May 2016 Dublin, Ireland, Dublin, Ireland:
  2. & (2015). Evaluating Service Delivery in Community Justice Settings: Findings from Evaluations Conducted by the Swansea Service Evaluation Team. Presented at European Society of Criminology Conference, Porto, Portugal,
  3. (2015). Ugwudike, P. Evaluating Criminal Justice Practice in Wales. Presented at the Collaboration for Research and Development of Offender Supervision (CREDOS) Seminar. Porto, Portugal.
  4. & (2015). Evaluating Criminal Justice Practice in Wales. Presented at Seminar organised by The Collaboration for Research and Development of Offender Supervision (CREDOS) at the University of Porto, Portugal.,
  5. & (2015). From ‘what works’ to ‘how things work’: Strategies for Harmonising Criminal Justice Practice with the Relevant Evidence-Base. Presented at British Society of Criminology Conference, Plymouth University,
  6. (2015). Compliance with Community Based Orders: What Works? (Invited Speaker). Presented at Seminar on Compliance in Criminal Justice Settings – The Dublin Institute of Technology,
  7. (2011). Ugwudike, P. Quality and Outcomes in the Jersey Supervision Skills Study (with Professor Peter Raynor and Professor Maurice Vanstone). Collaboration of Researchers for the Effective Development of Offender Supervision (CREDOS) Seminar, Vilnius, Lithuania..
  8. (2011). Ugwudike, P. Keynote Speaker: Risk Management Authority (Scottish Government) Conference, Engaging in change: New directions, new approaches in criminal justice practice. Dunblane Hilton..
  9. (2010). Ugwudike, P. Compliance with Community Penalties: Examining the Relevance of Deterrence as an Effective Compliance Mechanism. European Society of Criminology Conference, Liege University, Belgium..