Alisha Kaye

Stephen Wood
Nicola Hoskins

Alisha completed her law degree and Solicitors finals whilst working full time as a Magistrates Court Clerk. She began work at the CPS in 2003 as a Senior Crown Prosecutor having been a criminal defence solicitor for three years. In 2004 she became the lead specialist prosecutor on British Transport Police prosecutions and set up a pre-charge advice scheme with the North East British Transport Police which was adopted across all BTP forces.  In 2006 Alisha became the Anti-Social Behaviour Specialist for West and North Yorkshire CPS and was part of a team of specialists across the UK that advised the Home Office on tackling anti-social behaviour. She helped to draft legislation and procedures on tackling anti-social behaviour and the sentencing guidelines for breaches of orders. In 2010 Alisha became a Higher Court Advocate and joined the Crown Advocate team prosecuting all cases in the Crown court including serious assaults, burglaries, robberies, child abuse, drugs and a number of high profile murders with leading Counsel. In 2015 Alisha transferred to the Bar and is now practising as an in house Barrister at the Crown Prosecution Service.


Alisha loves Formula 1 and has been to a number of races at Silverstone, Monza and Monaco and hopes to attend many more races across the world in the future. She is also a season ticket holder at Huddersfield Town football club and loves taking her 9 year old son to matches (despite them often losing)