Dean, G. (2014). Neurocognitive Risk Assessment for the Early Detection of Violent Extremist. Springer: New York.
Dean, G., Fahsing, I., and Gottschalk, P. (2010). Organized Crime: Policing Illegal Business Entrepreneurialism. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press
Dean, G. and Gottschalk, P. (2014). Knowledge Management in Policing and Law Enforcement: Foundations, Structures, Applications. Beijing, China: Chinese People’s Public Security University Press. (simplified Chinese translated version of first English edition in 2007 and published by arrangement Oxford University Press).
Dean, G. and Gottschalk, P. (2007). Knowledge Management in Policing and Law Enforcement: Foundations, Structures, Applications. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
Dean, G., and Yule, S. (2017). Criminal Profiling in Australia. State of the Art. In Antje Deckert, and Rick Sarre (Editors), The Australian and New Zealand Handbook of Criminology, Crime and Justice. Palgrave Macmillan: Melbourne.
Dean, G. (2016). Framing the Challenges of Online Violent Extremism: ‘Policing-Public-Policies-Politics’ Framework, In Majead Khader, Loo Seng Neo, Gabriel Ong, Eunice Tan Mingyi, & Jeffery Chin (Editors) Combating Violent Extremism and Radicalisation in the Digital Era. IGI Global Publishers: Hershey, USA. Pp. 226-259.
Dean, G. and Thorne, C. (2009). Organization and Management of Police, in Broadhurst, R., and Davies, S. (ed’s) Policing in Context: an introduction to police work in Australia, Oxford University Press: Melbourne.
Dean, G. (2007). Offender Profiling in a Terrorism Context. In Kocsis, R. (Ed) Criminal Profiling: International perspectives in theory, practice & research. Humana Press
Dean, G. (2005). La mente investigativa: Come pensano i detective nel processo di investigazione criminale. (The Investigative Brain: How Detectives Think In Criminal Investigations). In Rossi, L. and Zappalà, A. (eds) Elementi di psicologia investigative (Elements of Investigative Psychology). Milano: Franco Angeli (Published in Italian)
Dean, G. (2002). Investigative Thinking, Montet, L (ed.) Criminal Profiling, Paris: PUF publishers, pp. 64-69. (Published in French)
Referred Journal Articles
Dean, G., and Pettet, G. (2017). The 3 R’s of Risk Assessment for Violent Extremism. Journal of Forensic Practice Vol 19, No.2. Pp. 91-101. (UK)
Dean, G., Bell, P., and Vakhitova, Z. (2016). Right-Wing Extremism in Australia: The Rise of the New Radical Right. Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism. Vol 11, No.2. pp. 121-142. DOI: 10.1080/18335330.2016.1231414
Dean, G., and Gottschalk, P. (2013). Police Leadership Roles: Empirical Study of Management Attitudes. International Journal of Law and Management. Vol. 55, No. 4. pp. 304-317.
Dean, G., Bell. P., Newman, J. (2012). The Dark Side of Social Media: Review of Online Terrorism. Pakistan Journal of Criminology Vol 3, No. 3, pp 103-121.
Gottschalk, P., Dean, G., and Glomseth, R., (2012). Police Misconduct and Crime: Bad apples or systems failure? Journal of Money Laundering Control, Vol 15, No, 1, pp. 6-24.
Dean, G., and Gottschalk, P. (2011). Continuum of Police Crime: An Empirical Study of Court Cases. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 12 (4) pp.1-13
Dean, G., and Staines, Z. (2011). Capturing Investigative Knowledge: Methodological Scaffolding for Measuring Thinking Styles of Police Investigators. Home Team Journal, Issue 3 pp.120-132.
Gottschalk, P., and Dean, G. (2010). Stages of Knowledge Management Systems in Policing Finance Crime, International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 38 (3).
Dean, G., Bell, P., and Lauchs, M. (2010). Conceptual Framework for Managing Knowledge of Police Deviance, Policing and Society, 20 (2) pp. 204-222.
Gottschalk, P., and Dean, G. (2010). Knowledge Management in Policing: The Case of Police Complaints and Police Crime, The Police Journal, 83 pp.1-17.
Bell, P., Dean, G., and Gottschalk, P. (2010). Information Management in Law Enforcement: The Case of Police Intelligence Strategy Implementation, International Journal of Information Management, 30 (4) pp.343-349.
Dean, G., Bell, P., and Congram, M. (2010). Knowledge-Managed Policing Framework for Communication Interception Technologies (CIT) in Criminal Justice System. Pakistan Journal of Criminology, 2 (4) pp.25-41
Gottschalk, P., and Dean, G. (2009). A Review of Organise Crime in Electronic Finance, International Journal of Electronic Finance, 3 (1) pp. 46- 63.
Fasihuddin and Dean, G. (2009). Knowledge-Based Poppy Cultivation Control in Pakistan, Pakistan Journal of Criminology, 1 (1) pp. 27- 49.
Dean, G., Fahsing, I., Glomseth, R., and Gottschalk, P. (2008). Capturing Knowledge of Police Investigations: Towards a Research Agenda in Special Issue of Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, 9 (4) pp. 275-276.
Berg, M.E., Dean, G., Gottschalk, P. and Karlsen, J.T. (2008). Police Management Roles as Determinants of Knowledge Sharing Attitude in Criminal Investigations, International Journal of Public Sector Management, 21 (3), pp. 271-284.
Dean, G., Fahsing, I. A., Gottschalk, P. and Solli-Saether, H. (2008). Investigative Thinking and Creativity An Empirical Study of Police Detectives in Norway, International Journal of Innovation and Learning, 5 (2) pp. 170-185.
Holgersson,S.; Gottschalk, P. and Dean, G. (2008). Knowledge Management in-Law-Enforcement: Knowledge Views for Patrolling Police Officers, International Journal of Police Science & Management, 10 (1), pp. 76-88.
Holgersson,S.; Gottschalk, P. and Dean, G. (2008). Operational Knowledge of Patrolling Police Officers in Sweden: Management Implications, International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, 5 (1), pp.49-62
Dean,G., Fahsing I.A. and Gottschalk, P. (2007). Creativity as Determinant of Thinking Style in Police Investigations, International Journal of Police Science and Management, 9 (2), pp. 112-121
Filstad, C., Dean, G., Fahsing, I.A. and Gottschalk, P. (2007). Newcomers use of Colleagues as Role Models: Research Propositions for Investigative Thinking-Styles-of-Law-Enforcement-Detectives, Knowledge and Process Management, 14 (2), pp.71-80.
Dean, G., Fahsing, I.A. and Gottschalk, P (2007).Qualitative and Quantitative.Study of Police Investigative Thinking Styles, International Journal of Knowledge and Learning, 3 (1), pp. 76-87.
Dean, G., Fahsing, I.A. and Gottschalk, P. (2007).In search of Police Investigative Thinking Styles: An exploratory study of detectives in Norway and Singapore, International Journal of Learning and Change, 2 (1), pp. 20-33.
Dean, G., Fahsing, I.A. and Gottschalk, P. (2006). Profiling Police Investigative Thinking: A Study of Police Officers in Norway, International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 34 (4), pp. 221-228.
Dean, G., Filstad, C. and Gottschalk, P. (2006). Knowledge Sharing in Criminal Investigations: An Empirical Study of Norwegian Police as Value Shop, Criminal Justice Studies – A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society, vol. 19 (4), pp. 423-437
Dean, G. (2006). Police Education and Critical Thinking: A Case Study of Singapore Police Program. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Today, 31 (2) (June).
Dean, G. (2005). The ‘Cross+Check’ System: Integrating Profiling Approaches for Police and Security Investigations. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 20 (2), 20-43.
Dean, G. (2004). Suicide Bombers: Weapons of Mass Terror, The Drawing Board: An Australian Review of Public Affairs, 4 (3). Available at, http://www.econ.usyd.edu.au/drawingboard/ (published on 19 July)
Dean, G. and Schroder, D. (2003). ‘Cross+Check’ als alternatives model fur die Analyse von Kriminalfaallen, Germany National Police Journal, Polizel-Heute, Marz/April, 32. Jahrgang, 2, pp. 47-49.
Grant, I. and Dean, G. (1999). Regulating Race Hate Speech: A Proposal for Criminal Law Reform. National Law Review at http://www.nlr.com.au/
Dean, G. (1998). Architecture: A Template for Generating Design and Construction Possibilities for Therapy. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 19 (3), 120 -134.
Dean, G. (1996). Family Therapy and Detective Mysteries. Book Review Section of Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 17 (1), 56- 57.
Dean, G. (1995). Police Reform: Rethinking Operational Policing. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 23 (4), 337-347.
Dean, G. (1992). The Revolution in Domestic Violence Training. In the American Journal, Police Chief, LIX (11).
Dean, G., and Locke, M. (1983). The Creation of Therapeutic Realities in Initial Child Protection Interventions. Australian Journal of Family Therapy, 4 (2).
Dean, G. (1977). Power Tactics. Australian Social Work Journal, 30 (4).