Pinellas, Florida -- The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office is cracking down on their own when it comes to adultery. It's now punishable to cheat on spouses.
Sheriff Jim Coats implemented the policy after learning of several cases of married employees engaging in relationships with other employees.
It's the first policy of its kind in the Bay area. Most law enforcement departments have policies that ban supervisor-subordinate or same squad relationships.
Tampa Bay's 10 News