Seven alleged victims of Jimmy Savile made complaints to four separate police forces - Surrey, London and Sussex - while the television presenter was alive.
- Scotland Yard said a retired officer had told them that he had investigated Savile in the 1980s while based in west London but did not have the evidence to proceed.
- An allegation, of inappropriate touching dating back to the 1970s, was made by a woman in 2003. The victim did not want to take action.
- Surrey Police submitted a file to the CPS containing references to four potential offences, including an allegation of indecent assault on a young girl at a children's home. Prosecutors decided there was insufficient evidence to bring charges.
- An allegation emerged in 2008 when Jersey police received a claim that an indecent assault occurred at children's home Haut de la Garenne in the 1970s. Again it was decided that there was insufficient evidence to proceed.