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  1. Correct. My questions still remain: Is such a search warranted in this instance? What is the proper protocol for conducting such a search? Is a “fruity smell” considered “dangerous contraband”?
  2. I suppose I should have been more specific. The incident has already occurred but there is talk of whether or not it violated BSA guidelines. They did not seek prior approval or attempt proper channels (peers, SPL, ASPL, etc ) of trying to resolve the issue first before immediately jumping to a search. Scouts were on a weekend campout. An adult leader claims he smelled a “fruity smell” on a scout’s breath and told the SM. They decided a search was in order and justified based on the “fruity smell” which made them suspicious of a possible vaping device. A surprise search of tents and
  3. When, if ever, is it acceptable for SM and ASM to suggest/approve a surprise, shake down type of search at weekend campout?
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