Personal meeting cam adults

23 Apr

If youth members misbehave, their parents should be informed and asked for assistance.

Incidents requiring an immediate report to the Scout executive.

With proper training, guidance, and approval by troop leaders, the patrol can conduct day hikes and service projects.

Male and female adult leaders must be present for all overnight coed Scouting trips and outings, even those including parent and child.

Inappropriate use of smart phones, cameras, imaging, or digital devices is prohibited.

Although most Scouts and leaders use cameras and other imaging devices responsibly, it is easy to unintentionally or inadvertently invade the privacy of other individuals with such devices.

Scout leaders in positions of youth leadership and supervision outside the Scouting program will find these policies help protect youth in those situations as well. A minimum of two registered adult leaders, or one registered leader and a participating Scout’s parent, or another adult is required for all trips and outings.

In situations requiring a personal conference, such as a Scoutmaster conference, the meeting is to be conducted with the knowledge and in view of other adults and/or youth.

Two-deep leadership and no one-on-one contact between adults and youth members includes digital communication.

Scouting’s Barriers to Abuse The BSA has adopted the following policies for the safety and well-being of its members.

These policies primarily protect youth members; however, they also serve to protect adult leaders.