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:
In early December, the Trust published the terms of reference for its internal investigation into matters relating to Jimmy Savile's long-standing involvement with the Leeds Teaching Hospitals as a volunteer and fundraiser.
This will be a thorough and detailed piece of work and will be carried out in conjunction with parallel investigations by the Department of Health and other NHS trusts.
Work is now under way and we expect our report will be ready towards the end of this year.
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":
Much as I think Savile could turn up at a hospital and expect to be given a warm welcome, he went to a number of schools because children had written to him. His peak offending came with the peak of his success.
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.
Prosecutors failed to take three abuse allegations against Savile - which could have led to charges -seriously enough, a report has found.
The claims relate to Surrey and Sussex police.
Details of a review of the decision not to prosecute Savile in 2009 were disclosed today.
It found that "had the police and prosecutors taken a different approach" prosecutions could have been possible in relation to three victims.
Alison Levitt QC, the author, said that there was nothing to suggest the victims had colluded in their stories, or that they were unreliable.
Police and prosecutors treated their claims "with a degree of caution which was neither justified nor required", she said.
The sheer scale of Savile's abuse over six decades simply beggars belief. He is without doubt one of the most prolific sex offenders we have ever come across and every number represents a victim that will never get justice now he is dead. But with this report we can at least show his victims that they have been taken seriously and their suffering has been recognised.
To report a concern or get advice and support from the NSPCC, their free 24/7 helpline can be contacted on 0808 800 5000.
Surrey Police accepts more could have been done to encourage victims to support police action on Jimmy Savile and has apologised.
Police say Jimmy Savile offended in schools after pupils wrote him 'Jim'll Fix It' letters.
Peter Watt, of the NSPCC, said: "The sheer scale of Savile's abuse over six decades simply beggars belief. He is without doubt one of the most prolific sex offenders we have ever come across and every number represents a victim that will never get justice now he is dead."
"But with this report we can at least show his victims that they have been taken seriously and their suffering has been recognised."