Re: Chief Scout Exec.
Godbout, Marc (GodboutM@ANDOVERCONTROLS.COM)
Thu, 1 May 1997 09:39:43 -0400
> From: Norman MacLeod[SMTP:gaelwolf@DMV.COM]
> Reply To: Norman MacLeod
> Sent: Thursday, May 01, 1997 4:32 AM
> To: Multiple recipients of list SCOUTS-L
> Subject: Re: Chief Scout Exec.
> Jim -
> If the CSE was a volunteer Leader, what would the BSA do?
> Please enlighten me if I am wrong, but the way I usnderstand it from
> previous posts, a DE would hand deliver a letter to the individual in
> question. The letter would inform the person under arrest or
> for a felony that his or her services are not required by the BSA at
> this time. I also have been given to understand that no due process is
> required before this action can be taken.
> If this is the BSA's standard, should it not be applicable to EVERYONE
> in the BSA, including the CSE?
> Just wondering...
No, I don't believe it should. One difference between a volunteer and a
professional leader is that the pro is paid and uses that money for
food, shelter, and clothing. Granted, Mr. Radcliffe is probably in a
financial situation where he is not as dependent on the weekly check as
others on this list, but stopping a person's source of income is not
something that should taken lightly. IMHO, it absolutely requires due
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