The police and local health authorities have been blamed for a series of blunders that led to a psychiatric patient murdering an innocent stranger.
A court was told a string of avoidable errors allowed convicted killer Nicola Edgington to walk free from a mental health unit, and stab to death grandmother Sally Hodkin.
A judge called Edgington "manipulative and exceptionally dangerous" and jailed her for at least 37 years.
ITV News correspondent Neil Connery reports:
A psychiatric patient has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 37 years for killing a grandmother in a street knife attack.
A woman who killed her mother murdered a stranger in the street following a series of police blunders, a watchdog said today.