WASHINGTON - The Secret Service appears to be tightening conduct rules for employees working security during foreign trips.
An official said conduct changes will include a ban on taking foreign nationals to hotel rooms.
In some cases, senior-level chaperones will accompany agents on trips to enforce the new rules.
The changes follow a prostitution scandal in Colombia and news reports that there may have been similar conduct ahead of a presidential visit to El Salvador in 2011.
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