Most of the offending took place in the 1960s and 70s but two claims related to the 1950s and three were made in the 2000s.
Of these offences, eight were alleged rapes. Four of these complainants were women but four were men.
Other offences detailed by his victims have been recorded as sexual assault, sexual activity with a child, indecent exposure and common assault.
Today's report concluded: "Despite numerous interviews, system searches and enquiries with other agencies, the review team found no evidence of any previous allegations being made to WYP against Savile, or of any investigations being conducted.
"The force does recognise that some people may have difficulty in reconciling this fact; indeed WYP has difficulty in reconciling this, as since October 2012, 68 victims have come forward to report Savile's abuse in the West Yorkshire area.
"That said, none of the victims currently identified had previously reported their abuse to WYP and we are committed to fully understanding this and learning the lessons."
Edited for telegraph.co.uk by Jennifer O'Mahony