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Sussex Police says it's commissioned three reviews into way it handled the case of killer Robert Trigg.
The 52 year old is beginning a life sentence for the murder of one of his former partners and the manslaughter of another.
Trigg was convicted only after the family of Susan Nicholson launched their own investigation.
They say they want a truly independent review of what went wrong, as Malcolm Shaw reports.
Sussex Police are to conduct three reviews into their handling of the deaths of two women in West Sussex.
Robert Trigg was convicted last week for the murder of Susan Nicholson in 2011 and the manslaughter of Caroline Devlin in 2006.
At the time the force found neither of the deaths to be suspicious, despite one of the victim's families campaigning for Sussex Police to reinvestigate their daughter's death. The force says it will publish key findings from the reviews.
52 year old Trigg was sentenced to life with a minimum term of 25 years.
The elderly parents of a woman, murdered in Sussex, have been praised by a judge for bringing their daughter's ex-boyfriend to justice.
Peter and Elizabeth Skelton, who are 83 and 81, never gave up their fight to get Sussex Police to reinvestigate Robert Trigg over the killing of their daughter, Susan Nicholson, six years ago.
Today, Trigg was jailed for life for her murder - and the killing of a previous partner, Caroline Devlin - in what the judge called a "senseless death". Malcolm Shaw reports.
Robert Trigg, 52, has been jailed at Lewes Crown Court for life with a minimum term of 25 years for killing two ex-girlfriends, five years apart, in Worthing, West Sussex.