The story sparked national outrage, much of it directed at the police for failing to protect women.
Many women subsequently said that they felt unsafe out on the street, and there were loud calls for Cressida Dick, the Met Police Commissioner, to resign.
In the wake of the killing, ministers said they would consider new offences to protect women in public.
Priti Patel said earlier this year that police must “raise the bar” by taking harassment and flashing of women more seriously after Ms Everard’s death.
In March, the Home Secretary told MPs: ““Too many of us have pretended to be on the phone to a friend to scare someone off.