Scouts-L Mail Archive for December of 1999: Re: Youth Protection - What's the straight word?
Re: Youth Protection - What's the straight word?
Tue, 30 Nov 1999 18:49:13 -0500
"Jim Miller Sr." wrote:
> Does the Scoutmaster whose
> assistant(s) is(are) busy that week cancel the troop meeting?YES, If no
> parent will step in to help Does the
> OA committee advisor always have to have another adult present?Yes
> driver required to have another adult in the car when No, as long as
> there are more then one cars with adults in each and going to the same
> destination together and with stops along the way happening together.
> Yes if only one car or van traveling alone.
> I believe that common sense would dictate a resounding YES
> For trips and outings, two-deep adult leadership is required. At all
> other times, the "rule of threes" applies - that is, never have less
> then three people, youth or adult. This would mean the driver could
> have two youth in the car, the OA committee advisor could meet with the
> committee of youth, and the Scoutmaster could have the meeting without
> assistants as long as more than one youth is present.
> Jim Miller, Sr.
> ASTA #3105
H. Clifton "Cliff" Cray
Former Scoutmaster, Troop 136, 97 Jambo Troop 527
Former District Commissioner. Activities Chairman, Historic district
Daniel Webster Council, NH. "A good Ole Bear," NE-I-150
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