A West Yorkshire Police report into its contact with Jimmy Savile says there is "no evidence" he was protected from arrest or prosecution.
Ex-West Yorkshire Police inspector is referred to IPCC over claims he "acted on behalf" of Savile by contacting officers before interview.
West Yorkshire's new Chief Constable has been announced as Mark Gilmore.
A couple are to appear in court this morning, charged with the manslaughter of their baby daughter, after her body was found at a house in Cleckheaton. The discovery was made in a first floor flat on Foldings Avenue on Monday.
Nineteen-year-old Lucy Damen and 21-year old Daniel Sheard have also been charged with causing or allowing the death of four-month-old Kayleigh Mai Sheard.
Neighbours have been speaking of their shock after the discovery of a baby's body in a house in Cleckheaton. A 19 year old woman and a 21 year old man are under arrest after police launched a murder inquiry.
Police are guarding a home in West Yorkshire where a baby's body was found earlier. A murder inquiry is underway following the discovery at an address on Foldings Avenue in Cleckheaton.
A 19 year old woman and 21 year old man have been arrested and are being questioned.
Police have launched a murder inquiry after a baby's body was found at a house in Cleckheaton. Officers were called to the address on Foldings Avenue earlier today. A force spokesman said there had been reports of concern for the safety of a baby there.
A 19 year old woman and 21 year old man have been arrested in connection with the incident and remain in custody
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A 13-year-old boy is still in hospital with serious injuries tonight after he was mauled by a dog in Bradford.
Police officers had to shoot the animal dead to save the youngster after it dragged him down stairs and savaged his throat. He's now in a stable condition in hospital.
Today, another attack victim has spoken out - she needed 72 stitches in her face after a neighbour's Staffordshire Bull Terrier turned on her in their garden.
Colleen Hutchinson, who's from Doncaster, will now need plastic surgery. She owns a dog herself but says she's now afraid to be near OTHER animals. She's calling for all dogs to be licensed. You may find some images in Martin Fisher's report disturbing.
A teenager is seriously ill in hospital tonight after being attacked by a dog which dragged him down some stairs and repeatedly bit into his throat.
Police marksmen had to kill the animal so they could reach the 13 year old boy at the house in Bradford. A man who tried to rescue him said he thought the dog wasn't going to stop until the boy was dead.
Now officers are investigating whether anyone can be charged in connection with the attack.
A 13 year old boy is stable in hospital after being attacked by a dog in Bradford - leaving him with serious neck injuries. Police shot the animal dead so they could take the boy for treatment. Michael Billington reports
A neighbour has described how he tried to stop a savage dog attack on a teenager.
The man, who does not want to be identified, said he had never seen anything like it before:
– Dog attack rescuer
"The dog wasn't going to stop until the child was dead. The only time the dog did stop was when the child passed out. I kicked the dog and it turned on me. I had to slam the door shut behind me. Eventually I hit it with a shovel, that's when the police came. "
Police were called to an address on Frank Street, in the Little Horton area of Bradford, at 7.26pm yesterday and had to shoot the animal so paramedics could treat the boy.
A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said:
The child was then taken to Leeds General Infirmary where his condition this morning is described as stable, with injuries which are not believed to be life-threatening.
Inquiries are now ongoing as to the breed of the dog and to establish whether any criminal offence has been committed.