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Boy Scout Troop 23
(Dormont, Pennsylvania)
 
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http://troop23dormont.ScoutLander.com

  
 

To get in touch with the Troop




Contacting Us:         Committee Chair E-mail  (Mr. Rich Dalzotto)

                                Scoutmaster E-mail         (Mr. Tom Bauer)


                                Dormont Troop 23 & Pack 870

                              Scouting for Food Coordinator: Mr. Nevin Kelly


Youth Protection and Clearance Requirements




Youth Protection And Clearances —not only a BSA requirement but also a Pennsylvania Law!

And they are FREE for volunteers (That's us). When it asks for the organization, just enter "Scouts BSA"


To take Youth Protection Training, use the following link. If you have a BSA Member ID, You will enter it when you create an account. If you do not have an ID, you can (And should) still take the training!

https://my.scouting.org/


To apply for the clearances, use the following link: https://www.lhcscouting.org/boy-scouts-america/resources/youth-protection

It will take you to a BSA page which explains what you need to do, gives links to the pages you will need to use and to upload them, when you recieve them from the state.


If you need help, please ask any leader.

Parents and registered leaders: Please make sure you have obtained your clearances.
It's the law.

  • All parents & registered leaders should complete and turn in clearances to our Clearance Coordinator.
  • Registered Leaders should also upload them to Laurel Highland Council Website.
  • ALL NEW LEADERS AND PARENTS MUST SUBMIT THEM WITHIN 30 DAYS OF JOINING THE TROOP.
  • Clearances must be renewed every 5 years.
  • They are free for volunteers every 5 years (at the time that you need to renew)

What is the responsibility regarding reporting incidents? From link below PA Child Protection Legislation pdf (information added 7/6/2016) (for more information click and review the link below)
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Pennsylvania Child Protection Legislation - BSA - April 2015.pdf LHC=BSA Pennsylvania Child Protection Legislation - BSA - April 2015.  
Scouting and PA Act 153 or 2014.pdf LHC - BSa Letter from Scout Executive re PA Clearances  
The Mission of Boy Scouts is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Motto, Oath, and Law.

Scouting is based on life skills education, leadership development, citizenship, and values training. Its unique methods of program presentation are designed to help build youth with strong character who are physically fit and prepared to be good citizens

For information about making the journey from Scout to Eagle in Troop 23 (advancement) see Rank Advancement page. Do you need some scouting inspiration? Check out the Scoutmaster Minute. Do you need some URLs for other scouting sites? Check out Local BSA Links and BSA Links. Don't forget about new Training opportunities.

For the most up-to-date information about BSA policy go to Boy Scouts of America Social Media Guidelines