Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Surrey school pupils abused by Jimmy Savile, police report says...

Jimmy Savile sexually abused at least 22 pupils and a visitor at a school for emotionally-disturbed girls in the 1970s, a report has said.

It follows an investigation by Surrey Police into offences by Savile at Duncroft Approved School in Staines.

It found Savile committed at least 46 offences including one allegation which would have been classified as rape, under current laws.

One girl was abused in the school principal's office, police said.

Ten victims were abused on a single occasion and 13 on at least two occasions.

Surrey Police said Savile was given "unrestricted and largely unsupervised" access to the school, which he visited at least 16 times, between 1974 and 1979 and even stayed overnight on two occasions. Full story...

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