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Innes, Martin and Dawson, Andrew 2022. Erving Goffman on misinformation and information control: the conduct of contemporary Russian information operations. Symbolic Interaction 10.1002/symb.603

Collins, Harold, Evans, Robert, Innes, Martin, Kennedy, Eric B., Mason-Wilkes, Will and McLevey, John 2022. The face-to-face principle: science, trust, democracy and the internet. Cardiff: Cardiff University Press. 10.18573/book7

Rogers, David, Preece, Alun, Innes, Martin and Spasic, Irena 2021. Real-time text classification of user-generated content on social media: Systematic review. IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems 10.1109/TCSS.2021.3120138

Innes, Martin, Brookman, Fiona and Jones, Helen 2021. “Mosaicking”: cross construction, sense-making and methods of police investigation. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 44 (4) , pp. 708-721. 10.1108/PIJPSM-02-2021-0028

Fussey, Pete, Davies, Bethan and Innes, Martin 2021. ‘Assisted’ facial recognition and the reinvention of suspicion and discretion in digital policing. British Journal of Criminology 61 (2) , pp. 325-344. 10.1093/bjc/azaa068

Innes, Martin, Innes, Helen, Roberts, Colin, Harmston, Darren and Grinnell, Daniel 2021. The normalisation and domestication of digital disinformation: on the alignment and consequences of far-right and Russian State (dis)information operations and campaigns in Europe. Journal of Cyber Policy 6 (1) , pp. 31-49. 10.1080/23738871.2021.1937252
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Dobreva, Diyana, Grinnell, Daniel and Innes, Martin 2020. Prophets and loss: how "soft facts" on social media influenced the Brexit campaign and social reactions to the murder of Jo Cox MP. Policy and Internet 12 (2) , pp. 144-164. 10.1002/poi3.203

Innes, Martin, Roberts, Colin, Lowe, Trudy and Innes, Helen 2020. Neighbourhood policing: the rise and fall of a policing model. Clarendon Studies in Criminology, Oxford University Press.

Innes, Martin 2020. Techniques of disinformation: constructing and communicating "soft facts" after terrorism. British Journal of Sociology 71 (2) , pp. 284-299. 10.1111/1468-4446.12735

Grinnell, Daniel, Harmston, Darren, Innes, Helen, Innes, Martin and Roberts, Colin 2020. Normalisation et domestication de la désinformation numérique : les opérations informationnelles d’interférence et d’influence de l’extrême droite et de l’État russe en Europe. Herodote: Revue de Geographie et de Geopolitique 2-3 (177/17) , pp. 101-123.

Innes, Martin, Davies, Bethan and Lowe, Trudy 2019. Counter-governance and 'post-event prevent': regulating rumours, fake news and conspiracy theories in the aftermath of terror. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice , 100370. 10.1016/j.ijlcj.2019.100370

Innes, Martin, Davies, Bethan and McDermont, Morag 2019. How co-production regulates. Social and Legal Studies 28 (3) , pp. 370-391. 10.1177/0964663918777803

Dawson, Andrew and Innes, Martin 2019. How Russia's internet research agency built its disinformation campaign. Political Quarterly 90 (2) , pp. 245-256. 10.1111/1467-923X.12690

Innes, Martin, Roberts, Colin, Preece, Alun and Rogers, David 2018. Ten 'Rs' of social reaction: using social media to analyse the 'post-event' impacts of the murder of Lee Rigby. Terrorism and Political Violence 30 (3) , pp. 454-474. 10.1080/09546553.2016.1180289

Roberts, Colin, Innes, Martin, Preece, Alun and Rogers, David 2018. After Woolwich: analyzing open source communications to understand the interactive and multi-polar dynamics of the arc of conflict. British Journal of Criminology 58 (2) , pp. 434-454. 10.1093/bjc/azx024

Preece, Alun, Spasic, Irena, Evans, Kieran, Rogers, David, Webberley, William, Roberts, Colin and Innes, Martin 2018. Sentinel: a co-designed platform for semantic enrichment of social media streams. IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems 5 (1) , pp. 118-131. 10.1109/TCSS.2017.2763684

Innes, Martin, Roberts, Colin and Lowe, Trudy 2017. A disruptive influence? "Prevent-ing" problems and countering violent extremism policy in practice. Law and Society Review 51 (2) , pp. 252-281. 10.1111/lasr.12267

Innes, Martin and Levi, Michael 2017. Making and managing terrorism and counter-terrorism. In: Liebling,, Alison, Maruna, Shadd and McAra, Lesley eds. The Oxford Handbook of Criminology : Sixth edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 455-477.

Innes, Helen and Innes, Martin 2017. Murderous thoughts: the macro, micro and momentary in theorizing the causes and consequences of homicide. In: Brookman, Fiona, Maguire, Edward and Maguire, Mike eds. The Handbook of Homicide, Wiley Handbooks in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 3-20.

Innes, Martin 2017. From fear to understanding: 'making' and managing public reactions to crime, disorder and policing. In: Tilley, Nickj and Sidebottom, Aiden eds. Handbook of Crime Prevention and Community Safety, London: Routledge, pp. 470-488.

Dobreva, Diyana and Innes, Martin 2017. 'Second wave de-liberalisation' and understanding the causes and consequences of Brexit's implications for policing. Democracy and Security Review 2016 (4)

Innes, Martin, Roberts, Colin, Preece, Alun and Rogers, David 2016. Of instruments and data: Social media uses, abuses and analysis. In: Fielding, Nigel G, Lee, Raymond M. and Blank, Grant eds. The SAGE Handbook of Online Research Methods, Sage, pp. 108-124.

Preece, Alun David, Roberts, Colin, Rogers, David, Webberley, William, Innes, Martin and Braines, Dave 2016. From open source communications to knowledge. Presented at: Next-Generation Analyst IV, Baltimore, MD, USA, 18-19 April 2016.

Lowe, Trudy, Innes, Helen and Innes, Martin 2015. The work of Welsh Government funded Community Support Officers. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Welsh Government. Available at:

Innes, Martin 2014. Signal crimes: Social reactions to crime, Disorder and control. Oxford University Press.

Innes, Martin and Brookman, Fiona 2013. Helping police with their enquiries: international perspectives on homicide investigation. Policing and Society 23 (3) , pp. 285-291. 10.1080/10439463.2013.771542

Brookman, Fiona and Innes, Martin 2013. The problem of success: what is a 'good' homicide investigation? Policing and Society 23 (3) , pp. 292-310. 10.1080/10439463.2013.771538

Innes, Helen and Innes, Martin 2013. Personal, situational and incidental vulnerabilities to ASB harm: a follow up study. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Universities Police Science Institute, Cardiff University.

Innes, Martin Chambers, Max, ed. 2013. Rebooting the PC: using innovation to drive smart policing. [Technical Report]. London: Policy Exchange. Available at:

Roberts, Colin, Innes, Martin, Williams, Matthew Leighton, Tregidga, Jasmin and Gadd, David 2013. Understanding who commits hate crimes and why they do it. [Project Report]. Welsh Government.

Levi, Michael, Innes, Martin, Reuter, Peter and Gundur, Rajeev Vishwanath 2013. The economic, financial & social impacts of organised crime in the European Union. Brussels: European Parliament. Available at:

Lowe, Trudy and Innes, Martin 2012. Can we speak in confidence? Community intelligence and neighbourhood policing v2.0. Policing and Society 22 (3) , pp. 295-316. 10.1080/10439463.2012.671823

Leigh, Charlotte, Innes, Martin, Roberts, C. and Lowe, Trudy 2011. Social harms of crime: A geographical analysis of South Wales. Presented at: International Crime and Intelligence Analysis Conference, Manchester, UK, 21 November 2011.

Innes, Martin, Roberts, Colin, Innes, Helen, Lowe, Trudy and Lakhani, Suraj 2011. Assessing the effects of prevent policing: a report to the Association of Chief Police Officers. [Technical Report]. London: The Association of Chief Police Officers. Available at:

Innes, Martin 2010. The art, craft and science of policing. In: Cane, Peter and Kritzer, Herbert eds. The Oxford Handbook of Empirical Legal Research, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 11-36.

Innes, Martin 2010. Criminal legacies: community impact assessments and defining "success" and "harm" in police homicide investigations. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 26 (4) , pp. 367-381. 10.1177/1043986210377106

Innes, Martin 2010. Police Interrogation and American Justice by Richard A. Leo [Book Review]. American Journal of Sociology 116 (2) , pp. 674-675. 10.1086/656227

Innes, Martin 2010. A 'mirror' and a 'motor': researching and reforming policing in an age of austerity. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 4 (2) , pp. 127-134. 10.1093/police/pap058

Innes, Martin and Weston, Nicola 2010. Re-thinking the policing of anti-social behaviour. [Project Report]. London: Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC).

Weston, Nicola and Innes, Martin 2010. Terrorism. In: Brookman, Fiona, Maguire, Mike, Pierpoint, Harriet and Bennett, Trevor eds. Handbook on Crime, Cullompton, Devon: Willan Publishing, pp. 846-864.

Innes, Martin and Clarke, Alan 2009. Policing the past: cold case studies, forensic evidence and retroactive social control. British Journal of Sociology 60 (3) , pp. 543-563. 10.1111/j.1468-4446.2009.01255.x

Roberts, Colin and Innes, Martin 2009. The 'death' of Dixon?: policing gun crime and the end of the generalist police constable in England and Wales. Criminology and Criminal Justice 9 (3) , pp. 337-357. 10.1177/1748895809336383

Innes, Martin, Abbott, Laurence, Lowe, Trudy and Roberts, Colin 2009. Seeing like a citizen: field experiments in community intelligence-led policing. In: Grabosky, Peter ed. Community Policing and Peacekeeping, Advances in Police Theory and Practice, CRC Press, pp. 13-32.

Innes, Martin, Abbott, Laurence, Lowe, Trudy and Roberts, Colin 2009. Seeing like a citizen: field experiments in 'community intelligence-led policing'. Police Practice and Research 10 (2) , pp. 99-114. 10.1080/15614260802264545

Innes, Martin and Thiel, Darren 2008. Policing terror. In: Newburn, Tim ed. The handbook of policing 2nd edition, Cullompton: Willan, pp. 553-579.

Innes, Martin and Roberts, Colin 2008. Reassurance policing, community intelligence and the co-production of neighbourhood order. In: Williamson, Tom ed. The handbook of knowledge–based policing: current conceptions and Future Directions, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 241-262. (10.1002/9780470773215.ch11)

Lowe, Trudy and Innes, Martin 2008. Countering terror: Violent radicalisation and situational intelligence. Prison Service Journal (179) , pp. 3-10.

Innes, Martin 2008. Toward a science of streetcraft: The method of Reassurance Policing. In: Easton, Marleen, Moor, Lodewijk Gunther, Hoogenboom, Bob, Ponsaers, Paul and Ponsaers, Bas eds. Reflections of Reassurance Policing in the Low Countries, Het Groene Gras, The Hague, Netherlands: Boom Juridische Uitgevers,

Innes, Martin 2006. Policing Uncertainty: Countering Terror through Community Intelligence and Democratic Policing. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 605 (1) , pp. 222-241. 10.1177/0002716206287118

Innes, Martin, Fielding, Nigel and Cope, Nina 2005. The appliance of science: the theory and practice of crime intelligence analysis. British Journal of Criminology 45 (1) , pp. 39-57. 10.1093/bjc/azh053

Innes, Martin 2004. Signal Crimes and Signal Disorders: Notes on Deviance as Communicative Action. British Journal of Sociology 55 (3) , pp. 335-355. 10.1111/j.1468-4446.2004.00023.x

Innes, Martin 2003. Investigating murder: detective work and the police response to criminal homicide. Clarendon Studies in Criminology, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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