Statement from Surrey Police Assistant Chief Constable Jerry Kirkby said:
As highlighted in our internal review published in January, Surrey Police agree with and accept the HMIC conclusions that there are a number of learning points to come out of this case.
The HMIC review is clear that intelligence sharing between forces was critical to the eventual outcome of allegations made against Savile in his lifetime.
I welcome their acknowledgement that in 2007 victims were taken seriously by Surrey Police and allegations were recorded correctly but Surrey investigators were unable to benefit from the knowledge of any previous allegations made elsewhere in the country despite conducting national intelligence checks.
The review concludes that had Surrey investigators been made aware of these previous reports, our investigation would have been scaled up accordingly.
A letter received by Scotland Yard in 1998 claiming the DJ was a paedophile was classed as "sensitive", hiding it from other investigators.
From the BBC to the hospitals to the prosecutors and now, it's clear, the police, Jimmy Savile's victims were let down by every authority.