The man who admitted killing former Island resident, police officer Fiona Bone, has been given a life sentence and told he will never be released.
Dale Cregan will die in prison after being given a whole life tariff.
Even before today’s sentencing, Cregan had pleaded guilty to four murders - including killing policewomen Fiona and her colleague Nicola Hughes in Greater Manchester last September.
Family members of Fiona were in the public gallery when the verdicts were read out at Preston Crown Court.
Justice Holroyde - the judge who passed Cregan's whole life tariff - told Cregan he had shown not a hint of remorse and that his was 'an act of pre-meditated savagery'.
Fiona's father Paul gave this reaction outside court: