A police officer who helped convict Peterborough serial killer Joanne Dennehy has been honoured.
34 year old Zoe Davie was given an Assistant Chief Constable’s award for her work as a Scenes of Crime specialist on the case.
Dennehy was jailed for killing three people and dumping their bodies in ditches before stabbing two others in Hereford.
She’s one of only three women in Britain to be given a whole-life term, alongside Rose West and Myra Hindley, but the first to be given the term by a judge. West and Hindley were both given the sentences by home secretaries.