Dean, C. (2017). The role of identity in committing acts of violent extremism – and in desisting from them, Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 27, pp. 281-285.

Christopher Dean (2017). Tipping point: Rejecting or embracing violence. Linking Security of Women and States. Policymaker Blueprint. Futures Without Violence and Open Square. Washington DC.

Christopher Dean, Countering violent extremism in prisons: Principles for effective interventions and programmes. Interventionen: Zeitschrift für Verantwortungspädagogik. Violence Prevention Network. December 2016. pp. 18-27.

Dean, C., Molenkamp, M., & Pressman, E.D. (2016). Council of Europe handbook for prison and probation services regarding radicalisation and violent extremism. Council for Penological Cooperation,  European Committee on Crime Problems, Directorate General - Human Rights and Rule of Law, Council of Europe, Strasbourg.

Christopher Dean "Addressing violent extremism in prisons and probation: Principles for effective programs and interventions" Policy Brief,  Global Center on Cooperative Security, September 2016.

Lloyd, M. & Dean, C (2016). The development of structured guidelines for assessing risk in extremist offenders.  Journal of Threat Assessment & Management, 2 (1), 40-52.

Horan, R., Dean,C. & Sutcliffe, P. (2015). Reducing gang related prison violence. Prison Service Journal, 221, 42-46.

Dean, C. (2014). The healthy identity intervention: the UK’s development of a psychologically informed intervention to address extremist offending. In A.Silke (Ed.), Prisons, Terrorism & Extremism, Critical Issues in Management, Radicalisation and Reform. Oxon, U.K: Routledge.

Building on the Global Counter-Terrorism Forums Rome Memorandum - Additional guidance on the role of psychologists and psychology in rehabilitation and reintegration programmes. Hedayah and the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism the Hague (2013).

Dean, C. (2012). Intervening effectively with terrorist offenders. Prison Service Journal, 203, 31-36.