WASHINGTON, D.C., February 22, 2013, (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has just released a report (PDF) detailing a “rash of sexting cases” among agency employees using government-issued phones and computers.

The report was distributed within FBI offices as a sort of tutorial in “what not to do,” said FBI Assistant Director Candice Will.

“We’re hoping that getting the message out in the quarterlies is going to teach people, as well as their supervisors…you can’t do this stuff,” Will said. “When you are given an FBI BlackBerry, it’s for official use. It’s not to text the woman in another office who you found attractive or to send a picture of yourself in a state of undress.”

The report details dozens of violations of policy within the agency, which has as its motto, “Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity.” It includes instances of improper handling of evidence, driving under the influence, and shoplifting. It also includes reports that are downright raunchy.

One employee was suspended for e-mailing naked photos of herself to her ex-boyfriend’s wife. Another employee was fired after being caught in a child porn sting and admitting to buying and viewing DVDs of naked boys. Another was suspended for five days for “misuse of government computer.”

In the last case the government alleged the “employee used [a] government-issued Blackberry to send sexually explicit messages to another employee. In mitigation, Employee accepted responsibility and expressed remorse.” The complaint noted the employee's “conduct was repeated, intentional, and occurred during work hours.”

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Other FBI employees caught behaving badly include a man who paid for sex at a massage parlor and a woman who sent naked photos of herself to other employees – which, according to the report, “adversely affected the daily activities of several squads.” Both were suspended for more than a week.

Between 2010 and 2012, the FBI took disciplinary action against more than 1,000 employees for a variety of violations, but only 85 were fired.

The frequency of the violations hasn’t desensitized Will to their scandal yet.

“As long I've been doing this...there are days when I think ‘OK, I've seen it all,’ but I really haven’t,” she said. “I still get files and I think, ‘Wow, I never would have thought of that.’”