A Scoutmaster conference or Eagle project discussion work best as a one-on-one conversation. That raises questions of Youth Protection.
At the 2016 National Youth Protection Symposium, youth-serving organizations unite to keep kids safe from abuse. Join the conversation Oct. 12 to 14, 2016.
Today's Scouts prefer to text. How does the Youth Protection rule prohibiting one-on-one contact apply to texting with Scouts? We asked the expert.
June is Internet Safety Month, so now's the time to get up to speed on online safety with the help of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
Youth Protection Month every April gives us a great opportunity to spread the word about how to protect young people from abuse.
Does "two-deep leadership" apply to driving to and from Scouting events? In other words, are two adults required in each car? We asked the expert.
Forcing a Scout into singing for a lost item is bullying, and bullying is prohibited in Scouting. Read this important Youth Protection reminder.
The Boy Scouts of America's "no one-on-one contact" rule applies to electronic communications like texting, email, Facebook and Twitter. Here's how.
We'll never know how many Scouts and Venturers avoided online harm because of lessons learned while earning the Cyber Chip. But we know it's working.
The importance of the Cyber Chip has only grown in the time since it was introduced. Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturers should have one.