Natalie Esack's family have made no complaint about the way Kent Police handled their daughter's case. She was stabbed to death by her estranged husband, and former police detective, Ivan Esack after years of abuse.
However, one leading domestic violence charity believes Natalie's repeated contact with police - four times she told them about her husband's abuse - warranted a stronger response.
Earlier Sangeeta spoke to Julia Dwyer from Refuge and started by asking her what more police could have done.
Former police detective Ivan Esack was today jailed for life for the brutal murder of his estranged wife - and must serve a minimum term of 28 years.
Passing sentence, the judge said he'd planned the killing "to the minute" before he knifed Natalie Esack 11 times at her hair salon in Ashford.
It's emerged that Natalie contacted police about her threatening husband four times between 2009 and a month before the murder.
Her family have praised the force but a leading domestic abuse charity says Kent Police could and should have done more to protect her.
Derek Johnson reports and speaks Jim Wilkinson, Natalie's father, Natalie's boyfriend Justin Khadaroo and Det Ch Insp Paul Fotheringham.
Ivan Esack is beginning a life sentence for the murder of his estranged wife Natalie and has been told he will spend at least 28 years behind bars. Esack stabbed Natalie to death in April 2012 in the hair salon she ran in Ashford, Kent.
Natalie was subjected to years of verbal and physical abuse and despite making 999 calls would not press charges against the former detective-turned-football agent.
Natalie's boyfriend Justin Khadaroo reacts to the sentencing, pays tribute to ''a loving, caring person'' and urges anyone who is in an abusive relationship to learn from what happened to Natalie.
A former detective who stabbed his estranged wife to death at her hairdresser's salon in Kent has been told he will spend at least 28 years in prison.
A judge said Ivan Esack planned the killing "to the minute". Derek Johnson reports and speaks to Natalie Esack's boyfriend Justin Khadaroo.
A former policeman has been jailed for life for stabbing his estranged wife to death. Ivan Esack has been sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum tariff of 28 years for killing his estranged wife Natalie at her hair salon. The case has been heard at Maidstone Crown Court.
Detective Chief Inspector Paul Fotheringham gives his reaction after Ivan Esack is convicted of murdering his estranged wife Natalie Esack. Kent Police has rejected criticism of how it handled the case.
Our correspondent Derek Johnson was in court to hear the jury find Ivan Esack guilty of the murder of his estranged wife Natalie Esack. His report includes CCTV of Esack on the day of the murder and an interview with Natalie's father Jim Wilkinson.