Steckley, L and Kendrick, A. (2008) Young people's experiences of physical restraint in residential care: Subtlety and complexity in policy and practice, In Nunno, M., Day, D.M. and Bullard, L. (eds) For Our Own Safety: Examining the Safety of High-Risk Interventions for Children and Young People (pp. 3-24). Washington D.C., CWLA Press. Kendrick, A. (2008) Black and minority ethnic children and young people in residential care, in Kendrick, A. (ed) Residential Child Care: Prospects and Challenges (pp. 121-134). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Steckley, L. & Kendrick, A. (2008) Hold on: Physical restraint in residential child care, in Kendrick, A. (ed) Residential Child Care: Prospects and Challenges(pp. 152-165). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Sen, R., Kendrick, A., Milligan, I. and Hawthorn, M. 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(2002) Developing focused care: a residential unit for sexually aggressive young men, in M. Calder (ed.) Young People Who Sexually Abuse: Building the Evidence Base for Your Practice, Lyme Regis, Russell House Publishing. Lloyd, G., Kendrick, A. and Stead, J. (2001) 'Some woman came round': inter-agency work in preventing school exclusion, in S. Riddell and L. Tett (eds.) Education, Social Justice and Inter-Agency Working: Joined Up or Fractured Policy? (pp. 171 - 187). London, Routledge. Kendrick, A. (1997) Safeguarding children living away from home from abuse: a literature review', in R. Kent Children's Safeguards Review (Report for the Scottish Office Home Department), Edinburgh: The Stationery Office, pp. 143-275. Kendrick, A. (1995) Supporting families through inter-agency Work: youth strategies in Scotland, in M. Hill, R. Kirk, and D. Part (eds.) Supporting Families (pp. 135-147, Edinburgh: HMSO. Ridley, J. and Kendrick, A. (1994) `Summary of Group and Panel Discussions', in Ridley, J. and Kendrick, A. (eds). "Is Scotland Colour Blind?": `Race' and Research in Scotland, Seminar Paper Series No. 5, Dundee: Social Services Research Group (Scottish Branch), pp. 62 - 69. Kendrick, A. and Mapstone, E. (1992) `Reviewing Children in Care: Practice in Two Scottish Social Work Departments', in Batty, D. and Robson, J. (eds), Statutory Reviews in Practice: A Workbook, London: British Agencies for Adoption & Fostering, pp. 54 - 67. Kendrick, A. (1992) `Child Care' in McNeely, T. (ed.) A Research Agenda for Scotland: 1991/1992, Social Services Research Group (Scottish Branch)/Association of Directors of Social Work, pp. 4 - 22. Kendrick, A. (1992) `Social Work Department Recommendations and Decisions made in Fife Children's Hearings', Annexation C, The Report of the Inquiry into Child Care Policies in Fife, Edinburgh: HMSO, pp. 666 - 695. Kendrick, A. and Fraser,A. (1992) `Summary of the Literature Review', Appendix B, in Another Kind of Home: A Review of Residential Child Care, Edinburgh: HMSO, pp. 100 - 128. Kendrick, A. and Fraser,A. (1992) `The Review of Residential Child Care in Scotland: A Literature Review', in The Review of Residential Child Care in Scotland: The Three Supporting Research Studies, Central Research Unit Papers, Edinburgh: Scottish Office, pp. 1 - 156. Chapters in BooksKendrick, A. (2011) Partnership with service users, in R. Davis and J. Gordon (eds) Social Work and the Law in Scotland, 2nd edition, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.Kendrick, A. (2011) Peer violence for provision for children in care, in C. Barter and D. Berridge (eds) Children Behaving Badly: Peer Violence Between Children and Young People, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.