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Written by Whitley Dubose Thursday, 16 October 2014 16:38

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 October 2014 16:41  

Youth Protection

yout_protection_logoButton to Additional Facts and Information about IV FilesThe Boy Scouts of America places the greatest importance on creating the most secure environment possible for our youth members. To maintain such an environment, the BSA developed numerous procedural and leadership selection policies and provides parents and leaders with resources for the Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturing programs. All registered BSA leaders are required to complete youth protection training every two years.

 

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Youth Protection Process

Click here for an overview of Youth Protection National policies and resources.

Click here for information on Youth Protection training and to access online training.

Click here to view more information, historical youth protection timelines and more regarding the BSA and IV Files.

Click here to read the letter from our Scout Executive, Tom Dugger, regarding Youth Protection and recent news releases.

Reporting Youth Protection Concerns

All reports of youth protection concerns including violations of youth protection policies and reports of child abuse should be taken at face value. All youth protection concerns should be brought immediately and directly to the Dan Beard Council Scout Executive, Mr. Thomas Dugger:

Office: (513) 577-7680
Cell: (513) 317-2336
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

BSA policy and Ohio and Kentucky state laws also obligates anyone with knowledge of child abuse to report to local authorities. If you know or suspect a child has been abused, contact your local police department or call your local child abuse reporting hotline:

Boone County, KY
(859) 371-8832
Brown County, OH (937) 378-6104
Butler County, OH (800) 325-2685
Campbell County, KY (859) 292-6733
Clermont County, OH (513) 732-STOP
Gallatin County, KY (859) 567-7381
Grant County, KY (859) 824-4471
Hamilton County, OH (513) 241-KIDS
Kenton County, KY (859) 292-6340
Owen County, KY (502) 484-3937
Pendleton County, KY (859) 654-3381
Warren County, OH (513) 695-1546
Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 October 2014 17:18  

Dan Beard Council Strategic Plan

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Written by Mike Swofford Thursday, 16 August 2012 16:25

compassScouting is stronger than ever in the Dan Beard Council. To ensure the growth and strong future of the Scouting program in the Greater Cincinnati area, the Board of Directors is developing a new Strategic Plan.

Much like the last strategic plan provided the roadmap towards growth in membership, stronger community connections, and new methods of supporting volunteers through the construction of the Scout Achievement Center, our next strategic plan will define the success and achievements for the next few years. 

The development of the plan is an all-in process. The board has requested that volunteers on all levels contribute their input on our strategies of the future.  We invite you to review the draft of the four pillars and eight strategies below and then provide your feedback! Together, we will create a strategic plan that will speak with one voice -- the voice of the Dan Beard Council.


Pillars and Strategies

pillar1

Traditional Membership Growth

The sucessful recruitment of youth is a crucial part of the Scouting program in the Dan Beard Council. The ability to retain the youth and the Scouting unit in our program is of the utmost imporntance.

Stronger Units

We will continue helping to build stronger traditional units, as defined by the Journey to Excellence scores, by providing valuable service to our units and chartered organizations.

 

 


pillar2

Outdoor Program Operations

The Council must build upon its long history of providing excellent outdoor programs from first class facilities by positioning its properties and designing programs to address the evolving desires and needs of each generation of Scouts.

Improved Results in Outreach

The development of a strong working Outreach Committee, with outside community organizations, and volunteers that will suppoer the development of improved results within outreach programs. The re-establishment of aims and objectives of Scouting will be delivered through these programs. The outcomes will result in quality programs in locations where Scouting is least likely to succeed.

 


pillar3

Succession Planning, Council and District Operations

All districts, no matter their size, carry out the same standard functions. The method of organizing is flexible and must be adapted to the needs and characterisitics of the communities in which the Districts and the Council support. Volunteer recruitment and succession planning are essential to the growth of the Council.

Staff Development and Retention

The ability to develop and retain a high quality staff is critical to the success of Dan Beard Council. Staffing in all departments, administration, field operations, development and support operations are of equal importance to quality growth and sustainability. The outcome measure shoudl be the achievement of the Council mission, vision, and total financial development objectives.

 


pillar4

Major Gifts Development: Operating, Capital, and Endowment

The Dan Beard Council is financially secure due to robust and sustainable funding models that address the current and future needs of the operating, capital, and endowment funds. The Council identified and accesses additional diverse and sustainable sources of funds to avoid overreliance on unpredictable funding streams. A major gifts emphasis is developed and implemented so that funding is not a barrier to providing programs that fulfill our mission.

Sound Stewardship

The effective, responsible, and thrifty use of the Council's financial resources is imperative for the future success of the Scouting program. As the council is currently in a strong financial position, it is timely to strategically position the operating, capital, and endowment funds to be wisely invested and providing the best long-term return to the Council.

 

 


Guiding Principles

While the pillars and strategies provide goals and result measurements, the Guiding Principles overlap across all strategies and become the compass for the types of results that should be measured.

Quality Program

Best Facilities

Community Awareness

Delivery Systems

Community Impact

Best Practices

Leadership Development

Core Values

 


Give Your Feedback!

Feedback from volunteers like you is essential for the council's strategic planning process. There are many ways to have your voice heard.

Throughout September and October, members of the council management team will be visiting district roundtable meetings and leading a briefing and discussion on the draft of the plan. This is a great time to ask questions and share your thoughts directly with those that are working towards the final evolution of the plan.

You can also send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to share your comments. All messages received will be collected and considered for inclusion in the final plan to be approved by the council board of directors.

Thank you for taking an interest in the future of the Dan Beard Council, the Scouting movement, and the Scouts. Together, we will ensure the devliery of a quality program to tomorrow's Scouts.

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 August 2012 18:31  
 

Employment

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Written by Administrator Tuesday, 11 January 2011 13:59

When available, employment opportunities may be posted on this page. For employment information for the Dan Beard Council, please contact the Scout Achievement Center at (513) 577-7700.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 August 2012 12:44  

Holiday Hours

Written by Mike Swofford Tuesday, 16 November 2010 23:17

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Scout Shop Holiday Hours

As we all give thanks and celebrate the season, the staff of the Dan Beard Council and the Scout Shop will be enjoying some time with their families. Please be aware of the following changes in regular hours effective through the end of the year.

Click here to see normal operating hours

The Dan Beard Council Service Center will be CLOSED:

Monday, October 13th -- Columbus Day

Thursday, November 27th -- Thanksgiving Day

Friday, November 28th -- Day After Thanksgiving

Wednesday, December 24th -- Christmas Eve

Thursday, December 25th -- Christmas Day

Thursday, January 1st -- New Years Day


The Scout Shop will be CLOSED:

Thursday, November 27th - 30th -- Thanksgiving

Wednesday, December 24th -- Christmas Eve

Thursday, December 25th -- Christmas Day

Thursday, January 1st -- New Years Day

 

 

Please note that when the Service Center is closed, Unit Account information will not be available.

From everyone at the Dan Beard Council and the Scout Shop,

we wish you and your family the happiest of holidays!

Last Updated on Monday, 06 October 2014 19:41  
 

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