Re: more on forms
(no name) ((no email))
Tue, 7 May 1991 09:58:00 EDT
Again, take the forms to your LOCAL Law enforcement agency. Since you do not
live in Florida, you will have to have the "custodian" of your non-existant
police records do the checks and they will forward a copy of the reports to
whatever BSA agency requests this.
In my experience with getting staffers to work at out of state Council and
BSA bases/camps, I have foun th
BSA bases/camps, I have found that this works the best without problems. Of
course, if there's any problems, they will let you know about prior to camp.
Again Jay, the bottom line is that you must be checked by SOME law enforcement
agency for prior offenses involuning youth or capitol crimes. Is is very
unfortunate that Scouting has to do these things, but we all realize the
practicality of it.
Have fun at camp....Sorry I don't know about that particular camp. Maybe some
one else could help....
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City