|Lakeland Police Cruiser|
Florida is filled with police committing sexual crimes, as seen here.
LAKELAND - Lakeland's police chief plans to meet with city commissioners after a sex scandal rocked the department.
The meeting will focus on how to move forward after a civilian employee claimed over the past 10 years she has engaged in sex acts and sexually suggestive behavior with as many as 10 officers while they were on duty.
Five of the officers were supervisors or ranked members of the department, the report says.
The sexual encounters were both consensual and unwanted, while occurring in police cruisers and in the department itself, according to a report.
Three officers, Sgt. Bryan McNabb, Sgt. Rusty Longaberger and Sgt. David Woolverton, are accused of providing false testimony.
Capt. John Thomason, Lonaberger, Woolverton and Lakeland firefighter David Bivens have been put on administrative leave.
Lt. Al Wilson and McNabb have been placed on "modified assignment."
The city of Lakeland said it is conducting an internal investigation.