Allice Hocking

Allice joined SERIO in 2010 as a Senior Research Manager and works across a portfolio of projects, managing and conducting research. Over the past 20 years Allice has worked as a researcher on a wide range of projects within academia, the voluntary sector and private consultancy. Her work encompasses a broad range of social policy areas, including health, community safety and culture, and she has developed particular expertise in the evaluation of social projects and programmes. Previously she was the Director of Social Policy Research at ECORYS UK where she undertook large scale evaluations and research projects.

Recently Allice has been involved with an evaluation of the Grassroots Grant scheme, two studies reviewing literature on health screening research for the UK National Screening Committee, and a review of the impact of the Integrated Offender management approach in Plymouth. She is currently completing a two year evaluation of the Mapping Local Food Webs project for the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England.

allice.hocking@plymouth.ac.uk          01752 588 330

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Our core interdisciplinary team includes experts from a variety of backgrounds and we are unique in our ability to draw on specific expert knowledge for each and every project.

Part of Plymouth University, we collaborate with academics from across the institution, as well as other external specialists, in order to provide clients with the best possible expertise and insight

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LATEST PROJECTS


SERIO has built a strong track record, working across our key services and areas of expertise. Find out more about the expert knowledge and practical solutions we have provided in previous projects, and the clients we have helped across the private, public and social purpose sectors.
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