scouts-l Mail Archive for February of 2000: Re: COR question
MAJ) Mike Walton (settummanque, the blackeagle (blkeagle@USSCOUTS.ORG
Wed Feb 17 1993 - 18:45:05 CST
Thomas Holland asked about his new responsibilities as Chartered
Organizational Representative (COR):
>One of my responsibilities is to review all adult applications. Does this also
>include previously registered adults?
Not really. Previously registered adults appear on your charter; you won't
be able to do the background review and other items as you would normally do
with a new Scouter. However, as the COR, you have the authority (either by
yourself or in connection with the head of your chartering organization,
whom you represent) to deny reregistration to any adult currently registered
with your unit.
If you go this route, you have to be complete in why you chose not to
re-register this individual and offer him or her other ways to assist your
Troop if it is your desire that he or she remains associated with your
Troop. If not, your chartered organization can prepare a letter to give to
that Scouter basically stating "We're sorry, but you're not welcome in our
Remember when you do this, Thom, it's not normally a temporary thing....
Hope this all helps out!
(MAJ) Mike L. Walton (settummanque, the blackeagle)
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