- Be respectful and polite to others.
- Do not conduct yourself in a manner which may bring the unit into disrepute.
- Do not intentionally disrupt the good running of the unit.
- Nothing in these rules shall remove the authority of command to remove, promote, demote or take any other such decision with respect to the running of this group and the management of its members.
- Indicate your availability to attend with not less than 48 hours notice.
- If you are unable to maintain more than 50% attendance for any given period, request to be placed on the reserve list.
- Membership of another group is permitted providing said membership does not impact on the members ability to attend the events of this group.
- Applicants of less than 16 years of age will not be accepted.
- Members of less than 18 years of age will undergo a 3 month probationary period in order to assess their suitability to the nature of gameplay.
- The financial accounts are managed by the Officer Commanding.
- The second in command has the right to veto any expenditure.
- Account balances and expenditures for any month in the last 6 are published to all members on request.
- Personal Information: The only personal data to be retained will be that given in the application form and any records of performance and attendance.
- Members may view all records about their person on request.
- Obedience of lawful orders is vital to the style of gameplay we adopt.
- Intentional friendly fire is not permitted.
- Live-streaming is not permitted. Recording and editing is encouraged as this allows the removal of any content not suitable for public viewing.
An individual may be given a formal warning by any member senior to them, within their ‘Chain of Command’.
These warnings must include:
- A specific description of the negative behaviour for which the warning is issued.
- Direction and guidance on what behaviour is appropriate.
- A review date, not more than 4 weeks after the issuing of the warning, by which the behaviour will be expected to have been corrected.
Where there is reasonable evidence of improvement, the warning may be removed.
If there is insufficient correction of negative behaviour, or further incident occurs, warnings may be escalated.