1. Patrol Leader/Assistant Patrol
2. Senior Patrol Leader/Assistant
Senior Patrol Leader
3. Assistant Scoutmaster/Junior
It is expected that two individuals
will first attempt to resolve an issue between themselves before
anyone else (youth or adult) needing to become involved.
The above levels are the standard
order. This order will change depending on the type of activity,
such as on a non-patrol structured activity the Scout in Charge
will be Level 1.
If behavior issue or problem is not
resolved at lower level, it will then be taken to the next level.
Addressing the problem may automatically go to a higher level
based on the severity of the behavior or level of Scout/s
Process may include, but is not
A. Leader to address inappropriate
behavior and identify acceptable resolution.
B. Meeting of the party/ies
involved, the appropriate youth leadership, and two registered
adults, to discuss issue and planned resolution.
C. Meeting of youth leadership,
Scoutmaster, and at least one other registered adult, to determine
D. Meeting of Scoutmaster and other
adult leadership to determine resolution.
Consequences may include, but are
not limited to:
- Apology to the offended
- Written reflection on the
point of the Scout Oath or Law which
was not followed.
- Assigned additional tasks.
- Removal from activity or not
allow participation in future activity/ies.
- Removal from leadership
- Suspension or removal from
- Other actions as determined by
the Scoutmaster, Assistant Scoutmaster, or Registered Committee
In order to provide a positive,
safe, and enriching environment or all scouts; while offering
opportunities for wonderful adventures; the following rules have
1. I will follow the Scout Law,
Scout Oath, Motto, and Outdoor Code. I will remember that these
are the basis for all the following rules and should be the basis
for all of my actions.
2. I am expected to follow the
posted or verbal schedule of activities and assignments specified
by the troop leadership.
3. I will do my best to be on
time and wearing the appropriate uniform for all troop events.
4. I may not use or possess any
alcoholic beverages, tobacco, or illegal drugs. If found or
detected, my parents (and/or the police, if necessary) will be
5. When on outings I understand,
unless otherwise posted, that lights will be out, I will be quiet,
and I will be in bed by 11:00 P.M.
6. No visitors will be allowed
in other peopleís tents from 11:00 P.M. until 8:00 A.M.
7. Sounds that can be heard
outside my tent after lights out are disrespectful and disturbing
to others. Lack of compliance will be dealt with by the troop
8. I will take responsibility
for any property owned by a camp, the troop, or another individual
that I damage.
9. The use of profanity or
abusive language will not be permitted.
10. I will not bring any
electronic devices like radios, walkmans, game devices, etc. to
any troop event. An exception to this rule can be made only by
the Scoutmaster, no other troop youth or adult leader.
11. I will use matches and
lighters only when appropriate and safe and only if I have my
12. I will follow Totiní Chip
rules and regulations when using knives, saws, and axes.
13. I will use the buddy system on
all troop activities.
Troop 524 is primarily responsible
for the behavior, safety, and welfare of our members on all
camping events. At District or Council events, as well as at BSA
camps, all District/Council/camp leaders have the right and
responsibility of helping and correcting any problem they
encounter. I will follow the directions of those leaders as if
they were my troopís leaders.