Recruiter misconduct

With a core part of my business relating to recruiter misconduct issues within the services, I found this item interesting.

Inland rape, other cases spur new ethics training for Marine recruiters.

About 20 military court-martial trials involving recruiters are under way at any given time, Richardson said. He said statistics show about 3 percent of recruiters are dismissed or face criminal charges for misconduct. He estimated that another 4 or 5 percent probably don’t get caught.

Reports PE.com.  Here’s a particularly bad instance.

Long Beach recruiter Bryan Damone Cunningham, 34, who was assigned to Hemet High School, drove two would-be recruits in May from Los Angeles to Hemet to have sex with the girl. He was arrested that night as he allegedly was planning to pimp out the girl in Los Angeles.