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Professor Carolyn Hoyle is Director of the Centre for Criminology. She has been at the University of Oxford Centre for Criminology since 1991 and has published empirical and theoretical research on a number of criminological topics including domestic violence, policing, restorative justice, the death penalty, and, latterly wrongful convictions. She teaches courses on the MSc in Criminology & Criminal Justice on: 'Restorative Justice'; 'The Death Penalty'; and 'Victims', lectures on Victims and Restorative Justice on the FHS Law degree, and supervises DPhil, MPhil and MSc students on these and other criminological topics. She is currently conducting research into applications to the Criminal Cases Review Commission concerning alleged miscarriages of justice, as well as continuing her ongoing research on the death penalty.

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  • C Hoyle, 'Compensating Injustice: The Perils of the Innocence Discourse' in Young, S.M., Hunter, J., Roberts, P., and Dixon, D (eds), The Integrity of Criminal Process: From Theory into Practice, (Hart 2016)
  • C Hoyle and Roxana Willis, 'The Challenge of Integrating Restorative Justice into the "Deep-End"' in Blomberg, T.G., Mestre Brancale, J., Beaver, K.M. and Bales, W.D. (eds), Advancing Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy (Routledge 2016)
  • Roger Hood and C Hoyle, The Death Penalty: A Worldwide Perspective (5th edn Oxford University Press 2015)
    ISBN: 978-0-19-870173-6
  • C Hoyle and R Hood, 'Deterrence and Public Opinion’' in United Nations Human Rights (ed), Moving Away from the Death Penalty: Arguments, Trends and Perspectives (New York: UNHR 2014)
  • C Hoyle and N Palmer, 'Family justice centres: A model for empowerment?' (2014) 20 International Review of Victimology 1
    The London Borough of Croydon, in the south of England, established, in December 2005, a Family Justice Centre (FJC) to respond in a flexible way to meet the varied needs of those abused in intimate relationships. The FJC brings together some 33 agencies under one roof. This article draws on a small, grounded pilot study of the Croydon FJC – the first study of a FJC in the UK  to consider if the co-location and cooperation of services to victims of domestic abuse has the potential to empower victims to make informed choices about their futures.
    ISBN: 0269-7580
  • C Hoyle and Leila Ullrich, 'New Court, New Justice? The Evolution of Justice for Victims at Domestic Courts and the International Criminal Court' (2014) Journal of International Criminal Justice
    The International Criminal Court (ICC) is the first international criminal justice institution that explicitly promises to deliver justice for victims by providing for the rights of victims to participation and reparation in criminal proceedings. More than a decade after its establishment, the time is right to consider how this new idea of justice for victims has developed at the ICC. While analysis of the ICC’s framework has benefited from international law and other academic disciplines, such as international relations and politics, there has been too little attention paid to international criminal justice by mainstream criminologists and victimologists. To fill this gap, this article will systematically reflect on the similarities and differences in the evolution of the idea of justice for victims at domestic criminal courts and the ICC from a criminological and victimological perspective. Overall, the comparison suggests that while the concept of justice for victims has been mainly understood in terms of the benefits and problems of incorporating victims’ rights into criminal law procedure in the domestic context, at the ICC, it has led to broader contestations and redefinitions of the very meaning of justice. These contestations on justice have to be understood in the institutional context of a still young and sui generis court that is unsure of the kind of justice it can and should deliver.
  • C Hoyle, 'The Role of the Victim in Criminal Justice in England' [2014] 37 Criminal Law Review 490
  • C Hoyle and Michelle Miao, 'Thinking Beyond Death Penalty Abolitionist Reform: Lessons from Abroad and the Options for China' (2014) 2 China Legal Science 121
    ISBN: 2095-4867
  • C Hoyle, '\\\'Victims, Victimisation and Restorative Justice' in M. Maguire, R. Morgan and R. Reiner (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Criminology (Oxford University Press 2012)
    ISBN: 9780199590278
  • M Madden Dempsey, C Hoyle and M Bosworth, 'Defining Sex Trafficking in International and Domestic Law: Mind the Gaps' (2012) 26 Emory International Law Review 101
  • C Hoyle, 'Can International Justice be Restorative Justice?: The role of reparations' in N Palmer, D. Granville adn P Clark (ed), Critical Perspectives in Transitional Justice (Intersential Press 2011)
  • C Hoyle, 'Empowerment through Emotion: The use and abuse of victim impact evidence' in E Erez, M Kilchling, and J Wemmers (eds), Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Victim Participation in Justice: International Perspectives (Carolina Academic Press 2011)
  • C Hoyle and M Walters and C Hoyle, 'Exploring the Everyday World of Hate Victimisation through Community Mediation' (2011) Interntational Review of Victimology
  • C Hoyle, 'Global Restrictions on the Use of the Death Penalty: The New Dynamic of Human Rights' [2011] 28 Criminal Law Review 1
  • C Hoyle, M Bosworth and M Dempsey, 'Researching Trafficked Women: On Institutional Resistance and the Limits to Feminist Reflexivity' (2011) 17 Qualitative Inquiry
  • C Hoyle, M Bosworth and M Dempsey, 'Victims of Sex Trafficking: Exploring the borderland between rhetoric and reality' (2011) Social and Legal Studies
    ISBN: 0964-6639
  • C Cunneen and C Hoyle, Debating Restorative Justice (Hart Publishing 2010)
    ISBN: 9781849460224
  • M Walters and C Hoyle, 'Healing Harms and Engendering Tolerance: the promise of restorative justice for hate crime' in N Chakraborti (ed), Concepts, policy, future directions (Willan 2010)
  • C Hoyle and R Hood, 'Towards Global Abolition of the Death Penalty: Progress and Prospects' in Council of Europe / World Coalition against the Death Penalty (ed), The Current State of the Death Penalty (Council of Europe / World Coalition against the Death Penalty 2010)
  • R Hood and C Hoyle, 'Abolishing the Death Penalty Worldwide: The Impact of a New Dynamic?' (2009) 38 Crime and Justice: A Review of Research 1
    ISBN: 9780226808765
  • C Hoyle (ed), Restorative Justice (Critical Concepts series) (Routledge 2009)
  • C Hoyle, 'Restorative Justice Policing in Thames Valley' (2009) Journal of Police Studies vol 2009-2(11) Special Issue on Restorative Policing by L. G. Moor, T. Peters, P. Ponsaers and J. Shapland (eds) 189
  • C Hoyle, 'Will She Be Safe? A Critical Analysis of Risk Assessment inDomestic Violence Cases' (2008) 30 Children and Youth Services Review 323
    ISBN: 0190-7409
  • C Hoyle and S Noguera, 'Supporting Young Offenders Through Restorative Justice: Parents as (In)Appropriate Adults' (2008) 6 British Journal of Community Justice 67
  • C Hoyle, 'Restorative Justice, Victims and the Police' in T Newburn (ed), Handbook of Policing, 2nd edn. (Willan Publishing 2008)
    ISBN: 978-1-84392-323-7
  • C Hoyle, 'Feminism, Victimology and Domestic Violence' in Sandra Walklate (ed), Handbook of the Victims and Victimology (Willan Publishing 2007)
    ISBN: 978-1-84392-258-2
  • C Hoyle, 'Policing and Restorative Justice' in G Johnstone and D Van Ness (eds), Handbook of Restorative Justice (Willan Publishing 2007)
    ISBN: 978-1-84392-151-6
  • C Hoyle and L Zedner, 'Victims, Victimization and Criminal Justice' in M Maguire, R Morgan and R Reiner (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Criminology, 4th edn (OUP 2007)
    ISBN: 978-0-19-920543-1
  • A Wilcox, C Hoyle and R Young, 'Are Randomised Controlled Trials Really the "Gold Standard" in Restorative Justice Research?' (2005) 3 British Journal of Community Justice 39
  • R Young, C Hoyle, K Cooper and R Hill, 'Informal Resolution of Complaints Against the Police: A quasi-experimental test of restorative justice' (2005) 5 Criminal Justice 279
  • C Hoyle, Roderick Hill, Karen Cooper and Richard Young, Meeting Expectations: The Application of Restorative Justice to the Police Complaints Process (Occasional Paper No. 21, Centre for Criminological Research 2003)
    ISBN: 0 947811 20 6
  • R Young and C Hoyle, 'New Improved Restorative Justice?: Action-Research and the Thames Valley Initiative in Restorative Cautioning' in A von Hirsch, A Bottoms, J Roberts, K Roach and M Schiff (eds), Restorative Justice and Criminal Justice: Competing or Complementary Paradigms? (Hart Publishing 2003)
    ISBN: 1-84113-273-X
  • C Hoyle and Richard Young, 'Restorative Justice, Victims and the Police' in T Newburn (ed), Handbook of Policing (Willan Publishing. 2003)
    ISBN: 1-84392-020-4
  • C Hoyle, Roderick Hill, Karen Cooper and Richard Young, 'Introducing Restorative Justice to the Police Complaints System: Close Encounters of the Rare Kind.' (2003) Occasional Paper No. 20. Centre for Criminological Research 35
    ISBN: 0 947811 19 2
  • C Hoyle and Richard Young, 'Restorative Justice and Punishment' in S. McConville (ed), The Use of Punishment (Willan Publishing 2003)
    ISBN: 1-84392-033-6
  • C Hoyle and Richard Young (eds), New Visions of Crime Victims (Hart Publishing 2002)
    ISBN: 1-84113-280-2
  • C Hoyle, R Young and R Hill, Proceed with Caution: An Evaluation of the Thames Valley Police Initiative in Restorative Cautioning (Joseph Rowntree Foundation 2002)
    ISBN: 1-84263-071-7
  • C Hoyle and Richard Young, 'Restorative Justice: Assessing the Prospects and Pitfalls' in M McConville and G Wilson (eds), The Handbook of the Criminal Justice Process (Oxford University Press 2002)
    ISBN: 0-19-925395-1
  • C Hoyle, 'Securing Restorative Justice for the 'Non-Participating' Victim' in Carolyn Hoyle and Richard Young (eds), New Visions of Crime Victims (Hart Publishing 2002)
    ISBN: 1-84113-280-2
  • R Young and C Hoyle, The Implementation and Effectiveness of the Initiative in Restorative Cautioning by Thames Valley Police, Research Findings (Joseph Rowntree Foundation 2002)
  • C Hoyle, 'Restorative Justice in the Thames Valley: Changes in the Complaints and Discipline Process,' (2001) 133 Prison Service Journal 37
    ISBN: 0300-3558
  • C Hoyle, Andrew Sanders, Rod Morgan and Ed Cape, 'Victim Impact Statements: Don't work, Can't work' [2001] June Criminal Law Review 437
    ISBN: 0011 135X
  • C Hoyle, 'Being a 'nosy bloody cow': ethical and methodological issues in researching domestic violence' in R King and E Wincup (eds), Doing Research on Crime and Justice (Oxford University Press 2000)
  • R Young and C Hoyle, 'Examining the Guts of Restorative Justice' (2000) 40 Criminal Justice Matters
  • C Hoyle, Restorative Justice and other New Penal Patterns, Conference Rapporteur's Report to the Ditchley Foundation (Ditchley Conference Document D00/07 2000)
  • N Preston, C Hoyle and R Young, 'Restoring the Faith' (1999) Police Review

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Her teaching interests are criminology, criminal justice and penology.

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Criminal Justice, Criminology, wrongful convictions, death penalty

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