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Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Hopkins University To Teach Ethics Course For Secret Service Agents

The US Secret Service is under new scrutiny as the top watchdog at Homeland Security announces his own investigation of the growing prostitution scandal. Inspector General Charles K. Edwards wants to probe the agency’s response. With some suggesting the scandal in Colombia wasn’t an isolated incident, ethics experts from right here in Baltimore are stepping in. Johns Hopkins University will train dozens of agents in the coming days. Kai Jackson has more on the university’s key role.

It’s no secret that Johns Hopkins is teaching this two-day ethics course but it will be on Secret Service property at an undisclosed location.

The sex scandal rocking the US Secret Service now has a Maryland connection. Because of what happened, Johns Hopkins University will teach agents a two-day course in ethics.



Anonymous said...

All they have to do is read the the Bible , Guess we have to form a committee and help these poor souls.
Then we will have a branch of the government called National Secret Service Education Services , then we have a national Secret Service Day.

had to take a break , I just puked

Anonymous said...

Screw and ethics class how about an economics class, if the hooker does her service then pay the woman. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, this rings so true right now lol.