2258Re: [West Constables] Lost Child procedures
- Oct 3, 2011When a child is lost. You put in effect a code Adam and have a herald announce. That way everyone stops where they are the gates get closed and then proceed to do a search.
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From: christinialynne bonilla <christiniahunter@...>
Date: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 17:28:14
Subject: Re: [West Constables] Lost Child procedures
I agree. As a new step mother, and a constable, I feel its the parents that need to be more aware. That should go without saying. But there will still be those that will put their wants before their duties. Im not saying that this will wholly be the case, but usually it is. I like the idea about the whistles but then we have the problem of not hearing them, or, like in my case, the child will just play with it constantly and then we have people reactting to that. (My little one has auditory processing disorder, so getting her to understand what "dont go over there" means is a challenge as it is.) For an older child, whistler would be a no problem, esspecialy at night. I get lost everyonce and a while sober. But something else for smaller and/ special needs kids would be good i think. IYS Capt. Amabel Star of Amaranth (the ship that was once the pink fuzzy whip)
On Mon Oct 3rd, 2011 4:49 PM PDT sven gotfriedson wrote:
>I actually feel that this conversation should be taken to a more public list. Yes I agree, we do need to establish a good set of protocols. With that said. The parents are forgetting their kids and what they are doing whilst doing their own things. Sites with water and woods�are always�attractive to kids and the parents are the ones that are the most responsible. Taking this conversation to a more public list would raise awareness that this is becoming a problem again. Let the populace remind the parents that letting your kids run wild is unacceptable. We are not baby sitters (including Gregor and his lady) and we should not have to spend our SCA event time looking for�their child. With a little more parental supervision the problem would solve it's self. Thoughts?
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