Files containing guidance on how to deal with local allegations of abuse against the late Jimmy Savile have been given to North Yorkshire Police.
The authority, along with others across the country, has been handed detailed advice on how to handle claims of sexual abuse made in the county against the former radio and television presenter.
The advice has been handed down by the Metropolitan Police, which is leading the national invesitgation into more than 400 lines of inquiry linked to the alleged victims.
To date North Yorkshire Police have received two reports of sexual abuse against Savile.
The claims, along with hundreds nationwide, came to light following an documentary about the late star, aired on ITV, detailing alleged child sex abuse.
View the video to see Scotland Yard Commander Peter Spindler talk about the latest developments in the Savile investigation.