Re: Problems in Commish land...
Michael Kalnay (kalnay@GOV.NT.CA)
Mon, 15 Aug 1994 11:58:11 MDT
Michael Bowman said:
> If he has established personal intimate
> relations with one or more of the leaders, he now has a personal interest
> apart and very different than the BSA. In continuing to give advice to
> the unit he would have a prohibited conflict of interest that in my
> opinion would be sufficient to decommission him and remove him from any
> position of trust.
One presumes, then, that married persons could not be involved in any
BSA activities where one might be in a position of authority or of
responsibility over or for the other???? Or, that single people involved
in Scouting should not develop any personal intimate relationships
(including perhaps planning to marry) except with persons outside of
Scouting or, if within Scouting, in positions where neither one would be
likely to find themself in a position of trust or authority vis a vis
Surely this can not be so???
Michael Kalnay @inukshuk.gov.nt.ca
from Canada's not so chilly North (8C today)
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