Officers are looking into child sex abuse allegations against high-profile individuals including politicians, celebrities and institutions. The operation was launched in the wake of widespread claims of sex abuse made against after he died in 2011.
Out of the 1,433 alleged offenders, 76 were politicians, 43 were from the music industry, seven were from sport and 135 were from TV, film or radio. 216 of the individuals are now deceased.
National police group Operation Hydrant released the figures at a briefing on its inquiry into possible links between child sex abuse investigations involving public figures being run by different forces in the UK.
"The referrals are increasing on an almost daily basis. The numbers I refer to today are a snapshot in time," Chief Constable Simon Bailey said.
Operation Hydrant is gathering information from a number of different inquiries, including Operation Pallial, which is looking at claims of abuse in care homes in north Wales and Knowl View school in Rochdale, where the late Sir Cyril Smith is alleged to have abused young boys.
Bailey added that 666 suspects were alleged to have offended within institutions, which include 154 schools, 75 children's homes and 40 religious establishments.
Gary Glitter, Rolf Harris and Max Clifford are among the celebrities who have been jailed following Operation Yewtree investigations.
Operation Yewtree: Over 1,400 people, including 178 'from music, TV, film or radio' investigated Tom Eames May 20 2015