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Hicks, Leslie and Stein, Mike (2015) Understanding and working with adolescent neglect: perspectives from research, young people and professionals. Child and Family Social Work, 20 (2). pp. 223-233. ISSN 1356-7500
Hicks, Leslie and Stein, Mike (2010) Neglect matters: a multi-agency guide for professionals working together on behalf of teenagers. Other. Department for Children, Schools and Families (now Dept. For Education) .
Hicks, Leslie (2012) Looked after children and young people and their communities. In: 12th International European Scientific Association on Residential and Foster Care for Children and Adolescents Conference, 4-7 September 2012, Glasgow.
Hicks, Leslie (2014) Understanding adolescent risk. In: Moving on from Munro conference, 30 April 2014, King’s College, London.
Hicks, Leslie (2012) Understanding and working with adolescent neglect. In: GETTING IT RIGHT for Children and Young People in East Dunbartonshire Multi-Agency Conference, 30 November 2012, Glasgow, Scotland.
Hicks, Leslie (2013) Working with looked after children and their communities. In: 13th International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect European conference, 15-18 September 2013, Dublin.
Hicks, Leslie and O'Brien, Nat (2015) Getting Ready: learnings from a pilot project supporting young people's preparation for leaving residential care. In: Scottish Institute for Residential Child Care Annual Conference, 9-10 June 2015, Glasgow.
Coles, B. and Britton, L. and Hicks, L. (2004) Building better connections: interagency work and the Connexions service. Policy Press in association with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Bristol. ISBN 1861346867
Crimmens, david and Factor, Fiona and Jeffs, Tony and Pitts, John and Pugh, Carole and Spence, Jean and Turner, Penelope (2004) Reaching socially excluded young people: a national study of street-based youth work. National Youth Agency, Leicester. ISBN 0861553101
Stein, M. and Rees, G. and Hicks, L. and Gorin, S. (2009) Neglected adolescents: literature review [Research Brief DCSF-RBX-09-04]. Department for Children, Schools and Families, London.