Youth Protection and Barriers to Abuse FAQs

Home Youth Protection and Barriers to Abuse FAQs Additional FAQ’s: General Health and Safety,  Annual Health and Medical Record, Shooting Sports program, Family Scouting Information Adult Supervision Q:  The Barriers to Abuse say that there must be two registered adults present for all Scouting activities and meetings.  Does that include merit badge counseling? Fund-raising events? A. … https://bsawcc.org/youth-protection-and-barriers-to-abuse-faqs/

Scouter Code of Conduct

Home Scouter Code of Conduct Think of it as a checklist of expectations for adult conduct in the Scouting program. At Scouting meetings and events, these are your rules to live by. The Scouter Code of Conduct, available here as a PDF and included at the end of this post, outlines 10 standards for adult leader behavior. The code is aimed at keeping young people … https://bsawcc.org/scouter-code-of-conduct/