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The Troop committee has estabished this Code of Conduct to provide parents and adult leaders of Troop 33 with a framework of expectations for adults. This Code of Conduct will help ensure a common language and understanding of behavioral expectations, and consequences, allowing the Troop to create an atmosphere conducive to fun, safety, and the values of Scouting. All Leaders of Troop 33 represent the Troop, Logansport Fire District No. 1 (our chartered organization), and the Boy Scouts of America when they elect to participate in activities of Scouting and must abide by this Code of Conduct as a condition of his or her participation in Troop activities. Ultimately, the Committee wants each Leader to be responsible for his or her own behavior, and only when necessaary will the committee take action under this Code of Conduct.
In order for any adult to become a registered adult Leader with Troop 33 they must have carefully read and understood this Code of Conduct document. Leaders must indicate their agreement with this Code of Conduct by signing and dating this document.