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Bedford Borough Council has said a Serious Case Review is being carried out into the murder of four-year-old Alexa-Marie Quinn by her father.
Carl Wheatley has been jailed for 21 years for the "sadistic" murder of his daughter.
A man found guilty of murdering his four-year-old daughter in Hatfield has been sentenced to life in prison.
Carl Wheatley must serve a minimum term of 21 years.
Mr Wheatley subjected his daughter Alexa-Marie Quinn to weeks of abuse.
She died at their home in March 2014.
She had suffered more than 60 injuries and lost two teeth.
A man has been found guilty of murdering his four-year-old daughter in Hertfordshire in March last year.
Carl Wheatley, who is 31 and from Hatfield, has been convicted of killing Alexa-Marie Quinn at their home in Queen Bee Court by unanimous verdict at St Albans Crown Court.
The court heard how Alexa-Marie was assaulted by her father over a number of weeks. She suffered more than 60 injuries to her body and had lost two teeth.
Mr Wheatley is due to be sentenced on Friday.
A father has appeared in court charged with murdering his 4-year-old daughter.
30-year-old Carl Wheatley is accused of killing Alexa-Marie Quinn at their home in Hatfield, Hertfordshire.
Wheatley appeared before magistrates at Hatfield and was remanded in custody to appear next at St Albans Crown Court on Tuesday 18th March.
A post mortem examination is expected to be carried out on Monday 17th March.
A man has been charged with the murder of his four year old daughter in Hatfield.
30-year-old Carl Wheatley is charged with murdering Alexa-Marie at their home address in Queen Bee Court.
Alexa-Marie died at Lister Hospital after police had been called to the house at 9.36am on March 12th.
A post mortem examination into the death of the 4-year old will take place on Monday 17th March.
Following the death of Alexa-Marie, the mothers side of the family released the following statement through Hertfordshire police.
"We are completely stunned and devastated that our beautiful little girl has been taken so suddenly. She was truly the most gentle, loving, happy and amazing little soul we had the pleasure of knowing. "