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Innes, Helen and Innes, Martin 2021. De-platforming disinformation: conspiracy theories and their control. Information, Communication and Society 10.1080/1369118X.2021.1994631

Innes, Martin, Dobreva, Diyana and Innes, Helen 2021. Disinformation and digital influencing after terrorism: spoofing, truthing and social proofing. Contemporary Social Science 16 (2) , pp. 241-255. 10.1080/21582041.2019.1569714

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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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.

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 and Innes, Helen 2018. Signal crimes, social reactions, and the future of environmental criminology. In: Bruinsma, Gerben J.N. and Johnson, Shane D. eds. The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Criminology, Oxford Handbooks Online, Oxford: Oxford University Press, (10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190279707.013.11)

Innes, Martin, Innes, Helen, Dobreva, Diyana, Chermak, Steven, Huey, Laura and McGovern, Alyce 2018. From minutes to months: a rapid evidence assessment of the impact of media and social media during and after terror events. Cardiff: Crime and Security Research Institute.

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.

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, 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, 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:

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