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As I said, gcan, "I" understood what you meant. But at any given time, there are over a thousand people reading these comments, so, yes, I think we DO need to be conscious of the "literal minded" when we give advice. BSA policy is "no one on one contact" between youth and adults. And yes, it is called the "Guide" to Safe Scouting, however those paragraphs in BOLD are mandatory, as a matter of policy.

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The checks can be useful things, an aid to judgment. I would be reluctant to simply allow whatever record was before me to wholly influence my judgment. They do contain human assessments, which can be mistaken or flawed or biased. I think you take a look at that, and talk to a few people as well.

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