WASHINGTON -- Investigators reviewing allegations of misbehavior by
However, the investigation by the
The investigation also found 824 other incidents over the last nine years, ranging from offenses such as "sleeping on the job" to "drugs and alcohol." It found one employee whose security clearance was suspended 195 times for misconduct.
The report released Friday said the vast number of the 6,500 Secret Service employees "do not frequently engage in behavior that causes a security concern."
The April 2012 incident in Cartagena, Colombia, occurred as agents were preparing for a visit there by President
The inspector general's office also surveyed 2,575 employees and found that 83% said they were not aware of employees engaging in similar misbehavior. In addition, 61% said they believe that management does not tolerate misconduct.