As new families join Scouting, it’s important for leaders new and old to review the BSA’s policies and procedures and the Scouter’s Code of Conduct. When you follow the 10-Points of the Scouter’s Code of Conduct, you help ensure everyone has a safe Scouting experience.
Incident reporting and reporting protocols are also proven methods for creating a more robust safety culture that aids in risk mitigation—Driving a better program for everyone associated with Scouting.
We recommend sharing the Code of Conduct Safety Moment at your next meeting:
Scouter Code of Conduct