It seems like we live our life by rule books. We have policies and procedures to follow at work. The clubs and organizations we belong to have by-laws, rules and regulations. Every sport has an official rule book, and most sports teams have a policy manual of some sort for parents and participants.
How about your troop or pack? Do you need a policy handbook?
It’s not always necessary for a Scouting unit to outline all of the policies and procedures that it might feel are necessary. This is because we already have a master policy, if you will, that governs everything we do: the Scout Oath and Scout Law. Continue reading