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The Court of Honor

The Court of Honour is an important part of the Patrol System. It is a Standing committee which settles the affairs of the Troop. A Court of Honour is formed of the Patrol Leaders, or, in the case of a small Troop, of the Patrol Leaders and Seconds. The Scoutmaster attends the meetings as an adviser but does not vote. Patrol Leaders in a Court of Honour have in many cases carried on the Troop in the absence of the Scoutmaster.

The Court of Honour decides programmes of work, camps, rewards and other questions affecting Troop management. The members of the Court are pledged to secrecy. Only those decisions which affect the whole Troop, that is, competitions, appointments, " and so on, would be made public.

Author

Lord Baden-Powell of Gilwell (Chief Scout, London, UK)

Date of Creation

1908

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to the next page: A Word to Patrol Leaders

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