Boy Scout Ineligible Volunteer Files
New “Window” Law for Abuse Survivors!! On September 13, 2019, the California legislature passed Assembly Bill 218, which gives all survivors of childhood sexual abuse, regardless of their current age, a three year “window” to file a civil lawsuit for the abuse they suffered. Governor Newsom has stated he supports the bill, so this bill could become law any day. If you or someone you love was sexually abused as a child, please contact us to learn your options under this new law!!
Since the early 1900s, the Boy Scouts of America maintained a list of individuals that it deemed to be “ineligible” to volunteer. Many of those individuals were added to the list over allegations of child sexual abuse.
On this page, you will find the names of individuals from that list who were associated with a troop in California, along with a link to some or all of the file that the Boy Scouts maintained on the individual.
If you or someone you know were abused by a Boy Scout leader or volunteer, even if it was decades ago, please contact an attorney to learn your legal options.