There has been a tremendous amount of publicity about the Boy Scout’s Ineligible Volunteer Files also known as the IV files. Established more than 80 years ago, the files are a key method used to keep Scouts safe. Essentially, the files are a list of people who do not meet the BSA's membership standards because of known or suspected abuse or other inappropriate conduct either inside or outside Scouting.
The BSA response to the attorneys' release of these files can be found below and by clicking here.
More detailed and related information on Scouting's Youth Protection policies can be found at www.bsayouthprotection.org
Video response from our Chief Scout Executive can be found here.
Our North Carolina State Attorney General’s office has provided this sex offender registry as a resource to the public. This can be downloaded as an app on any smart phone. You can go here to get more information.
Additional information: click on the links below
Credited course for registered Scouters can be found at www.My.Scouting.org
Non-credited course for public can be found HERE
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