We have officials in Chicago who could deal with it but they don't want to deal with it.
Scouts are more likely to have an appreciation for things they know something about.
There's too much of an emphasis on protecting the police. We want the police officers, everyone involved in this, names exposed, none hidden.
It's a shame we have to come to Washington, D.C., to get people from different countries deal with it.
With approval from the Scoutmaster, and the right advance planning, patrols of boys in their young teens and up should be able to make brief outings on their own.
Each situation can be different, depending on where you are. Objective rules are less important than good judgment and common sense.