A brave widow from Hale Village is campaigning after being told her husband's murderer could no longer be supervised four years after his release from prison.
"I'd like the Justice Minister, and the Parole Board, to really look at this policy again. Because, at the moment, it really feels like the system puts the wellbeing of the murderer first, before the safety and wellbeing of victims' families.
"I used to be a lot more confident about going out. I worry sick about my daughter. She's twenty now, but I'm constantly terrified. I have to have umpteen phonecalls from her if she ever goes out."
Helen's set up a petition calling on the government to review the policy on supervising convicted killers who've been released on license, asking 'Should convicted killers remain supervised' - you can see it for yourself here.