There are two types of Youth Protection-related reporting:
All persons involved in Scouting shall report to local authorities any good-faith suspicion or belief that any child is or has been physically or sexually abused, physically or emotionally neglected, exposed to any form of violence or threat, exposed to any form of sexual exploitation, including the posession, manufacture, or distribution of child pornography, online solicitation, enticement, or showing of obscene material. No person may abdicate this reporting responsibility to any other person.
If you have reason to believe any of the BSA's Youth Protection policies, including those described within Scouting's Barriers to Abuse have been violated, you must notify your local council Scout executive so he may take appropriate action for the safety of our Scouts.
In the event of an emergency, dial 911.
Local Hotline Name: Statewide Crisis and Support Line
Local Hotline Number: 1-800-871-7741
|Business Manager||Scout Executive|
|Judy McKula||Eric Tarbox|
|Office: 207-797-5252 x13||Office: 207-797-5252 x20|
|Cell: 207-653-6797||Cell: 207-272-0733|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Email: email@example.com|
Youth Protection can be achieved only through the shared involvement of everyone in Scouting.
For more information about BSA's Youth Protection policies,