The Metropolitan Police Service worked closely with the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) throughout the case of John Worboys.
Liaison with the CPS continued post-trial, when the Met received allegations from a further 19 women. Each individual allegation was recorded and investigated.
In June 2009 the CPS were notified of the additional complaints and they provided written advice in response. Each allegation was assessed by police against this advice and a decision was taken by police not to proceed.
All 19 complainants were notified.
As no new information has been received at this time, there is currently no live Met investigation. Should any further information come to light it will be fully investigated.