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An alleged victim of Savile says she was told by police in 2008 that she risked being branded a 'liar', while his lawyers 'made mincemeat of her'.
Police say Jimmy Savile offended in schools after pupils wrote him 'Jim'll Fix It' letters.
The hospice where there is an allegation of abuse against Jimmy Savile is Wheatfield Hospice in Leeds. The offence is from 1977.
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:
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.
Surrey Police accepts more could have been done to encourage victims to support police action on Jimmy Savile and has apologised.
- A total of 450 people have come forward alleging sexual abuse against Savile since October
- There are 34 rapes and 126 indecent acts
- Of his victims, 73% were children, with the total victim age range between eight and 47-years-old
Lawyer Liz Dux, who is representing some of the people who claim they were abused by Jimmy Savile, told the Today programme that today's report closes a chapter for victims.
"Today's report is the end of chapter one, but there are unfortunately several more chapters for the victims to go."
She added: "He (Savile) operated in a very similar way and this gives corroboration to their (victims) stories, and puts to bed any thought that they might have been made up."
Both reports into Jimmy Savile have been published:
- Read more on the police/NSPCC report here
- Read more on the CPS report here
The NSPCC says Savile hid in plain sight behind a veil of eccentricity and deceived those from children to the top - including a Prime Minister. The charity says the ITV documentary opened the floodgates, with 800 children protected from abuse because of the publicity after the programme.
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.