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Speaking to our UK Editor Lucy Manning, Met Commander Peter Spindler said he hoped today's reports would help give victims a voice and sense of justice.
The BBC today said it was "appalled" that some of the offences by Jimmy Savile "were committed on its premises", adding that it "would like to restate our sincere apology to the victims of these crimes".
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust says it will look into any complaints made to police about incidents at Leeds General Infirmary and St James's University Hospital:
Detective Superintendent David Gray, from the Met's paedophile unit, said Savile must have thought about his sex offending "every minute of every waking day":
Here is a list of the medical sites where Jimmy Savile offended, including the number of offences he committed and what date they occurred.
- Leeds General Infirmary (LGI) - 16 offences between 1965 and 1995.
- Stoke Mandeville Hospital - 22 offences between 1965 and 1988.
- Broadmoor Hospital - one offence in 1991.
- Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust: St James University Hospital - one offence in 1962.
- High Royds Hospital - one offence in 1989.
- Dewsbury and District Hospital - one offence in 1969.
- Wycombe General Hospital - one offence.
- Great Ormond Street Hospital - one offence in 1971.
- Ashworth Hospital- one offence in 1971.
- Exeter Hospital - one offence in 1970.
- Portsmouth Royal Hospital - one offence in 1964.
- St. Catherine's Hospital - one offence in 1964.
- Saxondale Hospital - one offence in 1971.
- Wheatfields Hospice - one offence in 1971.
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Latest ITV News reports
Jimmy Savile could have been prosecuted for offences against at least three victims while he was alive, two separate reports said today.
The allegations began with the ITV documentary Exposure. Here are some of the key points as the case unfolded.