The commissioner of the Metropolitan Police began her interview by paying tribute to anyone affected by the "horrible attack" before admitting to the GMB hosts that more needs to be done to combat the threat.
She started: "There is a grave level of threat that is quite clear. We need to look at everything we are doing with counter terrorism.
"We need to change as the threat changes. I understand people are worried and obviously that is something we need to look at," Dick added.
She was then challenged by a fired-up Morgan about Theresa May's previous cuts to the police and whether there will demands for more resources in the future.
Cressida Dick admitted she needs more people as she tries to combat the UK's terror threat
The attack left 7 dead and many more injured
We need to look at everything we are doing with counter terrorism
Dick calmly replied: "Everyone is going to ask for more resources and I will be working with the Mayor for more. More people would be great.
"We must look to see whether we need more and we will be reviewing that. It isn't just about police officers, but they are important.
"We have a large number of people who are of concern to us and we are arresting at least one person a day for terrorist matters," she insisted.
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Dick then asserted that she would be "seeking more resources for London and policing in general" in regards to whoever should win the General Election on Thursday.
This came after a particularly heated debate between Morgan and culture secretary Karen Bradley over police cuts.
At one point, the 52-year-old became so frustrated, he asked Bradley why she couldn't "answer a straight question".