Boy Scout® Abuse Help For Victims

Boy Scout® Abuse Help For Victims

The Boy Scouts of America® hid records of alleged abuse for over 100 years. Victims who suffered sexual abuse as a Boy Scout®, Cub Scout®,  or Explorer Scout® in the past are encouraged to come forward to receive compensation.

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Since 1910, the Boy Scouts of America® (BSA) was regarded as one of the nation's largest organizations. At its peak, the organization boasted over 2.4 million boy scouts and nearly a million adult volunteers. Current lawsuits allege that many Cub Scouts®, Boy Scouts® and Explorer Scouts® have been sexually abused by Scoutmasters® and other adult leaders.

Additionally, newly released records have found nearly 8,000 Boy Scout Leaders® have been accused of sexual abuse. Documents that contained details of the abuse are now known as the "Perversion Files". These files have been hidden from the public since 1919, yet recent laws have now allowed victims to come forward.

Due to new laws, there is no statute of limitations on cases of abuse. Additionally, a victim's fund has been set up to provide victims with equitable compensation.  If you were abused by a Scoutmaster® or another adult leader in the Boy Scouts of America®, you are not alone. Those who have been abused as a Boy Scout®, Cub Scout®, or Explorer Scout® may be eligible for significant compensation.

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As thousands of abuse victims come forward, the Boy Scouts of America® establishes a victim fund to provide the necessary compensation to victims. Although the Boy Scouts of America® had filed for bankruptcy in February 2020, a victim fund will still be available to those who file an individual claim against the organization.


States expand the statute of limitations for child abuse cases in an attempt to encourage victims to come forward. Many of the first individual claims are filed against the Boy Scouts of America® for failing to protect its young members from abusive Scoutmasters® and other adult leaders.


In a landmark trial, the state of Oregon insisted that all Boy Scout® files containing details of abuse be released publicly. Investigators in the case reviewed 1,200 files, ranging from 1965 to 1985. The investigation found that Boy Scout® officials urged offenders to resign quietly instead of having them reported to the police, likely in an attempt to cover-up any cases of abuse.


Parents are advised on Boy Scouts of America® applications that abuse may occur “even in scouting”. This application also notifies parents of the requirement that two adults must be present at any Boy Scout® event.


Six men sued the Boy Scouts®, claiming that they had been abused by a Scoutmaster® in the 1980s. The court allowed the jury to read thousands of internal records that showcased the scope of abuse that took place in the organization. The victims received compensation totaling over $19 million.


The Boy Scouts of America® begins implementing criminal background checks on all Scoutmasters® in an attempt to stop any instances of abuse.


The Boy Scouts of America’s® “Scoutmaster® Handbook”, an instructional guide on being a Scoutmaster®, states that a minimum of two adults must be present at all troop activities.


Dr. Henry Kempe, a notable pediatrician and an expert in abuse, stated that abuse is a “hidden problem and neglected area”.


The Boy Scouts of America® begins to implement standards for leadership in an attempt to screen adult leaders before they enter the organization


Boy Scouts of America® is incorporated, and the founder, W.D. Boyce, applied for a congressional charter for the program.

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