That said, you might want to drop your commander or supervisor a note and say "Hey, by the way..."
Quote from: NIN on March 05, 2017, 01:55:19 PMThat said, you might want to drop your commander or supervisor a note and say "Hey, by the way..."Yep - "Just FYI, I work here so if cadets are coming by for O-rides, best to have mom and dad stick around until the pilot is here..."Beyond that, unless you start taking cadets on "private tours", then nothing to worry about.
Let their Squadron Commander know the cadets are being dropped off without supervision.
(3) Professional Relationships. Relationships of a professional nature between adult leaders and cadets (e.g. teacher/student, doctor/patient, clergy/congregant, etc.) are not improper, and substantial contact outside of CAP activities may occur, provided the interactions are made in the context of the professional relationship.(4) Other Organizations. An adult leaderís and cadetís mutual membership in another organization is not improper, and substantial contact outside of CAP activities may occur when the interactions are made expressly for the purpose of participating in that organizationís activities (e.g. a cadet and senior join a Ham radio club and interact at radio club events, IAW club rules).