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Adequacy of U.S. Secret Service (USSS) Efforts to Identify, Mitigate, and Address Instances of Misconduct and Inappropriate Behavior (Redacted)
Carlton I. Mann (fr); William McCarron (ed); Paul H. Bergstrand (ed)
In April 2012, U.S. Secret Service (USSS) employees were preparing for a Presidential visit to the Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia. While off duty, several employees were suspected of soliciting prostitutes and consuming excessive amounts of alcohol. This report assessed the adequacy of the agencyäó»s efforts to identify, mitigate, and address instances of misconduct and inappropriate behavior. The authors (1) interviewed more than 200 USSS supervisors, managers, and senior officials; (2) administered an electronic and in-person survey with a combined response rate of 41%; (3) reviewed USSS internal affairs cases; (4) analyzed discipline records; and (5) analyzed personnel security records. Although individual employees have engaged in misconduct or inappropriate behavior, there was no evidence that misconduct is widespread in USSS. Furthermore, there was no evidence that USSS leadership has fostered an environment that tolerates inappropriate behavior. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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