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  1. Zebra132

    Membership Removal Procedures Booklet

    @NJCubScouter, this entire incident is getting blown out of proportion! The Council board members have been told not to talk to the Scout or the parent and has removed the parent from all the Council managed Facebook pages. Scout and parent are quietly working on his appeal.
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    Membership Removal Procedures Booklet

    @RememberSchiff: Still looking for the attorney that will take the case. I appreciate the 2 cents!
  3. Zebra132

    Membership Removal Procedures Booklet

    Attornies have said the BSA, as a private organization, can do as they damn well please!
  4. Zebra132

    Membership Removal Procedures Booklet

    We have no field director or DE. The SE has quoted law to me and policy to me that is inaccurate. I know bc he’s now in my “day job” territory. Tooth and nail doesn’t begin to describe the coming actions.
  5. Zebra132

    Membership Removal Procedures Booklet

    It is being recommended he be black listed and he can appeal. That is in the works. This is like throwing darts in the dark when you don’t know the process.
  6. Zebra132

    Membership Removal Procedures Booklet

    I have a hound in the hunt, and all those peeps are supporting the Scout.
  7. Zebra132

    Membership Removal Procedures Booklet

    This is actually a situation where a youth is being removed and there was no investigation. Trust me when I say I know there was no investigation. Thanks for the input! But I’m not trying to remove anyone!
  8. Zebra132

    Membership Removal Procedures Booklet

    This is apparently a document available now only to Scout Executives! And ours isn’t going to help anyone with anything.
  9. Does anyone have a link to "Procedures for Maintaining Standards of Membership and Leadership" which is supposed to outline all the appropriate steps to remove someone's membership? I found a copy today and it's on my computer at work, but it seems to be a restricted item! Shouldn't we all have access to the documents that govern our organization?
  10. Zebra132

    Breaking Point

    @Sentinel947, Late nights and dyslexia causes me many texting issues. 😝
  11. Zebra132

    Breaking Point

    @69RoadRunner and @Sentinel947, they have already shown themselves to fail to follow the first point of the Scout Law.
  12. Zebra132

    Breaking Point

    Can any of you tell me how to report a YPT incident "around" a council that likes to cherry pick what it will address and not address? I have the Member Care number but can't find it. A personal friend that is a professional Scout NOT to use Member Care. Suggestions?
  13. Zebra132

    Breaking Point

    @qwazse, this was a staff issue. When the second incident happened the next week, the staff didn’t even bother to report to head staff.
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    Breaking Point

    @RememberSchiff, that fell on deaf ears (and eyes). However, one couple was talked to and the female was sent home! It’s my understanding she was the younger of the two. The young man stayed. They were in his tent! He had a family member (true adult) as the Program Director.
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    Breaking Point

    I’ve called that number before. I was told 14-17-year-olds could have sex away from Scouting and it wasn’t any of the BSA’s interest. I was told by Council this age group having sex at Camp was not a YPT concern.
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