Lochac Constable: Aveline Goupil – email@example.com
Lochac Constables’ Email Discussion List: http://lochac.sca.org/mailman/listinfo/constables/
Handbooks, Reports and FAQs
• Indemnity and Insurance Changes FAQ
• Lochac Constables’ Handbook
• Group Constable Report Template – text
• Constable in Charge Event Report Template
• The official SCA policy on providing proof of membership and indemnity at Lochac events in Australia can be found on the SCAA policy documents page.
• Lochac membership in Australia.
AUSTRALIA ONLY Indemnity Forms
• Adult Member without proof of current indemnity
• Adult Non Member & Member without proof of membership
• Minor Member without proof of indemnity
• Minor Non Member & Member without proof of membership
• Member SCA attendance transaction record 2015
• Non Member SCA attendance transaction record 2015
• Nomination of Caregiver form and guidance (replaces old Transfer of Guardianship Form for Minors)
All indemnity forms last one event only, including regular training and practices.
AUSTRALIA ONLY Independent Minors
Without a parent or guardian present, a minor cannot be allowed to participate in our activities without supporting paperwork, otherwise we and our officers may end up vulnerable to legal claims from the minor or their parents. Therefore, the minimum requirement is any ONE of the following:
a) A designated guardian who is physically present, and who has produced an appropriate “Nomination of Caregiver” form (link above)
b) A Court-granted emancipation order sighted by the SCAA Board, after which the minor will be granted adult membership status if they take out membership, and a specially-marked Minor membership card will be issued for that purpose
c) Statutory declarations along the lines of those required by CentreLink ( http://www.centrelink.gov.au) must be sighted by the SCAA Board, after which the approach noted in (b) will be taken.
At a minimum, the Board would require a declaration from the minor, and two from any of their school principal, counsellor or teacher, or other authority such as police, which affirm and explain the minor’s independent status. The Board reserves the right to ignore any declarations they deem inadequate, or to request further declarations if they see fit.