Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Liverpool, Health Services Research, November 2009 – June 2018
Part Time Lecturer Research Methods & Applied Criminology, University of Huddersfield, January – June 2011
Part Time Lecturer Criminology, University of Huddersfield, March 2009 – April 2010
Postgraduate Researcher (PhD), University of Huddersfield, April 2006 – April 2010
Research Assistant, Cardiff University, October 2004 – April 2006
Over the last 15 years I have acquired extensive experience of conducting research with vulnerable populations with complex needs, accessing mental health services and/or in contact with the criminal justice system. Prior to arriving to MMU, I have worked with the School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University, UK, being engaged in research evaluating a series of offender resettlement initiatives within the SW of England. Later on, I moved to the North of England and completed a PhD in criminology with the Applied Criminology Centre at the University of Huddersfield, exploring the impact of surveillance technologies on policing, crime prevention, and public reassurance, as well as the ethical implications of dataveillance and the police use of metadata.
Between 2009 and 2018 I worked as a postodoctoral researcher at the University of Liverpool, where I have been engaged in research exploring different aspects of violence and risk within mental health and criminal justice settings, with the view to identify safe, ethical, and effective approaches to care of vulnerable people with mental health problems and complex needs. I have developed a strong partnership with Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust, contributing to their Perfect Care research agenda, part of an ongoing collaboration between the trust and the University of Liverpool.
In July 2018 I have joined the School of Nursing, at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) as a Research Fellow, working in collaboration with other departments and universities, and the local National Health Service (NHS) Trusts to develop and manage research projects in the area of mental health, coercion, and digital innovation in mental health. Projects I am currently involved in as a Principal Investigator (PI) or as a co-investigator include:
With colleagues here at MMU and partner NHS trusts and universities, I am currently developing other projects in the area of mHealth, as well as being involved in funding applications for research into violence and coercion in mental health settings.
University of Liverpool
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
A. Haines, A. Brown, SF. Javaid, F. Khan, S. Noblett, et al. (2018). Assessing Protective Factors for Violence Risk in U.K. General Mental Health Services Using the Structured Assessment of Protective Factors. International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology. 62(12), pp.3965-3983.
EA. Evans, E. Perkins, P. Clarke, A. Haines, A. Baldwin, et al. (2018). Care home manager attitudes to balancing risk and autonomy for residents with dementia. Aging & mental health. 22(2), pp.261-269.
A. Haines, S. Lane, J. McGuire, E. Perkins, R. Whittington (2015). Offending outcomes of a mental health youth diversion pilot scheme in England. Crim Behav Ment Health. 25(2), pp.126-140.
R. Whittington, A. Haines, J. McGuire (2015). Diversion in youth justice: a pilot study of effects on self-reported mental health problems. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology. 26(2), pp.260-274.
A. Haines, H. Wells (2012). Persecution or protection? Understanding the differential public response to two road-based surveillance systems. Criminology & Criminal Justice. 12(3), pp.257-273.
A. Haines Juvenile Crime and Punishment in Bucharest, Romania. A Public Opinion Survey. Internet Journal of Criminology.
A. Haines (2010). Vehicle surveillance in the UK: Big Brother's little brother or little brother's Big Brother?. Social Criminology. 1(2), pp.143-166.
A. Haines (2005). Releasing the Potential Workforce. Prison Service Journal. 162(November), pp.29-34.
A. Haines, E. Perkins, R. Whittington (2016). Pathologising Youth Development and Risk CRIMSOC 5. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
A. Haines, B. Goldson, A. Haycox, R. Houten, J. McGuire, et al. (2012). Evaluation of the Youth Justice Liaison and Diversion (YJLD) Pilot Scheme. Department of Health, Department of Health and Social Care.
R. Whittington, P. Clarke, A. Haines, E. Perkins, S. Beale Evaluation of the 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Trust ‘Care Home Liaison Service’ Pilot Project. Final Report. , Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
E. Evans, A. Haines, E. Perkins, R. Whittington, R. McCabe, et al. An exploration of multidisciplinary team (MDT) working within forensic settings. , Mersey Care NHS Trust.
Supporting the generation and development of research from within The Beacon Unit. Funding source: UK Government – Health. Year: 2015. Amount: £85,000. Role: Co-investigator 50%.
Mersey Care Secure Division Research Programme. Funding source: UK Government – Health. Year: 2014. Amount: £175,000. Role: Co-investigator 33%.
Evaluation of Dementia Care Home Intervention in 5 Boroughs NHS Trust. Funding source: UK Government – Health. Year: 2012. Amount: £113,474. Role: Co-investigator 33%.
Children of Prisoners, Interventions & Mitigations to Strengthen Mental Health (COPING). Funding source: EU - FP7-HEALTH-2009. Year: 2009. Amount: €2,682,813.40. Role: Collaborator UK.
Early Career Researcher and Returners Fund (2017) award. Risk and protective factors for violence against family members who are also carers for people with mental health problems. Funding source: University of Liverpool, Amount: £3,864. Role: PI 100%.
The Role of ANPR in Post-Incident Investigations PhD Scholarship (2006). Funding source: University of Huddersfield and West Yorkshire Police. Amount: £14,000 + tuition fees per annum