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Roles and Responsibilities

This is from Steve Frasure, President of the Ohio Oath Keepers.  It describes the organizational structure and the officers with assigned duties.  Toledo Oath Keepers supports this concept, but our organization is structured slightly different.  In essence, it is a matter of terminology.  We are faithful to the mission.


THE PRESIDENT

The reasoning I have used behind setting up such an officer cadre is to get a large amount of work done in short order. I believe this can be accomplished by utilizing the best persons available for specific positions.

I will use the NRA as an example. In the NRA there are many workers not in the limelight, yet those persons are the backbone of the organization. I, myself am a lifetime member, the 5th congressional districts ILA EVC, a Certified instructor in several different designated training courses. The staff of the NRA looks very small but once a person starts to deal with them though you find a vast organization.

I believe we can set up in the same manner. Therefore, as President of the state of Ohio I would like to state that my intention is to have the best officer cadre in the Nation. I also intend for this state to be the best prepared, the best trained and the national leader in every aspect necessary to the survival of a person’s family, friends, community and fellow Oath Keepers.

If You Are Ready To Get This Done, Then Let’s Get to It.
Steven James Frasure
President Ohio Oath Keepers

AS A SIDE NOTE AND FOR ALL THE MEMBERSHIP THAT SEE THIS.

THIS MANUAL LIKE ALL THINGS WRITTEN CAN BE CHANGED AND ADAPTED TO MEET NEW IDEAS, ADD PERSONNEL, DELETE PERSONNEL OR JUST CHANGE OR REWRITE IT FOR THE BETTERMENT OF THE MANUAL ITSELF. There will be mistakes and I will correct them.

OFFICE OF OHIO OATH KEEPER PRESIDENT

Each state Chapter of the National Oath Keepers organization shall have a President that presides over any and all functions of that state.

The President of the state Chapter will organize and create the officer structure for his or her state.

The President shall conduct all affairs of the state and the state organization with the Creed and Honor and a Code of Conduct so written and designed for any and all members that wish to be part of this States Membership.

The President will be accountable for leading the Board of Directors, State Officers, the Executive Board and the entire state membership in making sure that the mission and vision of the Oath Keeper organization is achieved.

The President must set and achieve common goals for the good of the complete membership of the state,

  • Will maintain the mission and vision established by the Oath Keepers National Board of Directors and the founder Stewart Rhodes.

The President must ensure that members of the state understand the goals and expected outcome of the mission.

The President must lead and aid all members to be sure that they are able to fulfill those expectations.

  • This will be achieved by providing a thorough orientation of new members.
    • Which Region, County and Township they reside in.
      • Introduce them to their Region Coordinator who will instruct them as to their County Coordinator and Township Coordinator.
    • Where to get reading material for further understanding of Oath Keepers.
    • How to use the National Oath Keeper Forum
      • Sign up and sign in directions

The Board of Directors will offer in-depth development and educational instructions to the new members.

  • This will be done at the request of the new members to aid them in having the necessary skills and tools needed to be a success in the Oath Keepers organization.
  • Any materials necessary to help the new members in their quest for information can be found by contacting the Ohio Education Director

The President shall see the membership is monitored and their performance is appropriate and intervene if necessary to provide proper guidance.

The President shall help recruit new members and develop succession plans for each officer position and all committees established.

The President will make appointments to the state officer cadre based on the skills, character and leadership qualities possessed by each individual.

The President shall continually provide a structured environment so that the work of the board of directors and state officer cadre can be accomplished.

  • For example the president must ensure that there is an agenda for each meeting, minutes are kept and or reviewed as well as reports provided in advance of the meeting to allow for a complete review and consideration of the issues by the board directors or from requests submitted by state officers and or the state membership.

The President shall preside over all meetings within the state when present, and shall at his or her discretion relinquish control of the meeting. Thereby delegating presiding authority to another officer present.

  • All Regions, Counties and Townships have the ability to hold meetings without the President, Vice Presidents or other State Officers present.

The President shall make sure that the topics on the agenda are given complete consideration, that consensus is achieved and that everyone has an opportunity to be heard. The president needs to balance thorough discussion with efficiency in moving through the agenda.

The President must ensure, develop and implement strategic plans, annual action plans, a working budget, and a membership campaign.

  • The President will continually research to organize and utilize all resources for the benefit of the State membership and for the good of the National Organization.

The President will work with the Officers of the state, the Board Directors and the Executive Board, to identify potential problems or issues and help resolve them.

The President will work closely with all Officers of the state, the Board of Directors and the Executive Board, providing advice and act as a sounding board.

The President will serve as a link to community working with the media, looking for likeminded organizations, state representatives and all persons, encouraging all to follow constitutional conservative legislation.

The President must continually strive to produce positive working relationships in which the Oath Keeper organization is seen as a valuable institution. The president must be prepared to act as the public face of the organization, addressing issues with the media when asked, and he or she must continually promote the Oath Keeper organization in a positive manner.

1st Vice President

The States at the discretion of the President shall appoint a 1st Vice President.

The 1st Vice President main duties shall be to oversee and manage the Officers that are over Areas, Regions, Counties and townships.

  • Assistance in this endeavor shall be the State Coordinator *(information on State Coordinator shall come under the Paragraph State Coordinator).

The 1st Vice President shall agree to operate and conduct his or herself according to the Creed of Honor and the Code Conduct written and administered for this State.

The 1st Vice President shall be vested with the powers of the President when the President is not present.

  • With the absence of the President, the 1st Vice President will preside over all functions of the state, meetings, events, with the power to enforce all rules and regulations.

The 1st Vice President’s position shall be an extension of the powers of the President offering aid to the President and taking instructions and directions from the President directly.

The 1st Vice President shall convene the Executive Board when it is deemed necessary to do so, or at the direction of the President.

The 1st Vice President shall be the head of the Vetting Committee. (*information on vetting committee shall come under the Paragraph titled Vetting Committee).

The 1st Vice President along with 2nd Vice President and Treasurer shall be a member of the Financial Committee.

The 1st Vice President as with the President must strive to produce a positive working environment in which the Oath Keeper organization is seen as a valuable institution.

The 1st Vice President must be prepared to act as the public face of the organization, addressing issues with the media when asked, and he or she must continually promote the Oath Keeper organization in a positive manner.

The 1st Vice President shall take the role of the President if the President, resigns, retires or dies while in office.

This is a mandate that originated from the National Board of Directors and now is part of the Bylaws of Oath Keepers.

This directive shall be adhered to unless the 1st Vice President so declines, then the line of succession shall move to the 2nd Vice President. (*Information of which shall be found under the paragraph titled 2nd Vice President.)

The 1st Vice President shall be an authorized Signer of Financial matters for the state as are the following officers; the 2nd Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.

  • Let it be known that no single signature shall be allowed on any checks, for any form of payments, signing of legal documents or anything needing a signature coming out of the offices of the Ohio State Oath Keepers.
    • Signature on any legal documents must contain any two of the following officers, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Secretary or Treasurer.

The 2nd Vice President

The state at the discretion of the President shall appoint a person to the position of 2nd Vice President.

The 2nd Vice President will work hand in hand with the 1st Vice President in all matters concerning the membership of this state.

  • The 2nd Vice Presidents secondary duties shall be to oversee the States Board of Directors and the state Liaison Officers calling on the 1st Vice President if so necessary.

The 2nd Vice President shall be a member of the Executive Board

The 2nd Vice President with the 1st Vice President and the Treasurer shall be a member of the Financial Committee.

The 2nd Vice President shall report directly to the President and 1st Vice President in all matters.

The 2nd Vice President shall agree to operate and conduct his or herself according to the Creed of Honor and the Code Conduct written and administered for this State.

The 2nd Vice President shall see that all Directors positions are filled and being operated in a manner consistent with the Ohio State Creed of Honor and Code of Conduct.

The 2nd Vice President shall be vested with the powers of the President when the President and the 1st Vice President are not present.

  • With the absence of the 1st Vice President and the President, the 2nd Vice President shall preside over all functions of the state, meetings, events, with the power to enforce all rules and regulations.
  • The 2nd Vice President shall be an extension of the powers of the President offering aid to the President and taking instructions from the President directly.
  • The 2nd Vice President shall convene the Executive Committee when it is deemed necessary to do so, or at the direction of the 1st Vice President and or the President.

The 2nd Vice President shall be an authorized Signer of Financial matters for the state as are the following officers; the 1st Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.

  • Let it be known that no single signature shall be allowed on any checks, for any form of payments, signing of legal documents or anything needing a signature coming out of the offices of the Ohio State Oath Keepers.
    • Signature on any legal documents must contain any two of the following officers, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Secretary or Treasurer.

The 2nd Vice President shall take the role of the President if the President, resigns, retires or dies while in office and the 1st Vice President has denied the request to move into the office of President.

  • This is a mandate that originated from the National Board of Directors and now is part of the Bylaws of Oath Keepers.
    • The Directive is that when one of the aforementioned actions has taken place that leaves the state without a president the Vice President shall take the office of President. In the case of Ohio if the 1st Vice President declines the line of succession shall move to the 2nd Vice President.

Secretary

When so deemed and necessary to the growth and structure of the state. The President shall appoint a person to the position of Secretary.

The Secretary will report directly to the President and the 1st and 2nd Vice Presidents.

The Secretary shall assist the 1st and 2nd Vice Presidents in all operations and functions of the state.

The Secretary shall be a member of the Board.

The Secretary shall prepare reports by gathering, compiling, summarizing information, and drawing conclusions.

The Secretary shall process and sign as second signer all check requests, expense advances and reports, and other routine requisitions to pay bills, clear expenses and/or order supplies.

The Secretary shall be an authorized Signer of Financial matters for the state as are the following officers; the 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President and Treasurer.

  • Let it be known that no single signature shall be allowed on any checks, for any form of payments, signing of legal documents or anything needing a signature coming out of the offices of the Ohio State Oath Keepers.
    • Signature on any legal documents must contain any two of the following officers, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Secretary or Treasurer.

The Secretary shall communicate with the Treasurer on all money matters of the state and shall record into the minutes any financial transactions or report, shortages, overages any money owing, contributions and or future financial matters.

The Secretary will be a member of the Security Team.

Treasurer

When so deemed and necessary to the growth and structure of the state. The President shall appoint a person to the position of Treasurer.

The Treasurer will report directly to the President and the 1st and 2nd Vice Presidents.

The Treasurer shall be an authorized Signer of Financial matters for the state as are the following officers; the 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President and Secretary.

  • Let it be known that no single signature shall be allowed on any checks, payments, legal documents or anything needing a signature coming out of the offices of the Ohio State Oath Keepers.
    • Signature on any legal documents must contain any two of the following officers, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Secretary or Treasurer.
    • The Treasurer along with the 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President and the Secretary shall be a member of the Financial Committee.

Ensure that appropriate financial systems and controls are in place

Ensure that record-keeping and accounts meet the conditions of funders or statutory bodies

Ensure compliance with relevant legislation.

Advise on the organization’s fundraising strategy

Ensure use of funds complies with conditions set by funding bodies

Ensure fundraising and sales complies with relevant legislation and is bound by effective financial systems and controls

Ensure effective monitoring and reporting

Present regular reports on the organization’s financial position

Manage bank accounts

Set up appropriate systems for book-keeping, payments, lodgment’s & petty cash

Ensure everyone handling money keeps proper records and documentation

Ensure proper records are kept

Treasurer is responsible for ensuring that effective financial systems and procedures have been established, are being consistently followed and are in line with best practice and legal requirements.

The Treasure will be a member of the Security Team.

Sergeant At Arms

This position is a secondary role

Functioning at the position of Sergeant-at-Arms the person in this position will be the key point of welcome and facilitation during meetings.

Maintain order during any gathering and or meeting.

The Sergeant-at-Arms also will lead any and all ceremonial processions

The Sergeant-at-Arms will take part in every organized meeting.

After overseeing the preparation of the meeting venue

  • The Sergeant-at-Arms will greet all arrivals
  • Will ensure members and guests are provided with adequate provisions
    • With necessary paperwork and refreshments.

The Sergeant-at-Arms must enforce the rules and regulations regarding the conducting of business in the meetings.

  • This will include dealing with any physical or verbal infraction.

Will also have the responsibility for ensuring speeches at meetings are delivered with fairness and free from manipulation or coercing.

The Sergeant-at-Arms is the primary representative of the president of this organization.

It is important to note that the Sergeant-at Arms is an extension of an arm of the President

Regardless of their own affiliations, the Sergeant-at-Arms must support the decisions of the president.

  • Will provide material requirements of the president
  • Will undertake any duties as prescribed by the president.

The Sergeant-at-Arms will become the Lead Security Officer for the state

During meetings and other events the Sergeant-at-Arms will perform the requirements of that position merely as Window Dressing.

The main function of the Lead Security Officer (LSO) is that of Intelligence and Security

The LSO will setup security and become the Security adviser for the Executive Board.

The LSO will be in charge of Intelligence Information and work with all the Officers to offset infiltration, posing, false leads and false allegations.

Complaints, threats against membership, coercing membership along with necessary warnings to membership of violation will be handled by the Lead Security Officer

The Lead Security Officer shall answer directly to the President, 1st and 2nd Vice President.

The Lead Security Officer (LSO) will work hand in hand with the Chief Communications Officer to help in the processing of information and all data thought to be of importance.

The LSO will help in the authentication of military/law enforcement and other information not so easily accessible to the Chief Communication Officer.

The Lead Security Officer will setup a team to help in the flow of information going throughout the state in every direction.

The Security Team

Will be comprised of the Sergeant-at-Arms, Secretary, Treasurer and the Chaplain if he so wishes.

  • The Security Team will gather information on everything that is necessary for the survival of the group. Gather intelligence of events going on pertinent to our personal benefit and organizational benefit.
    • Future events
    • Current events
    • Membership activity
    • Whatever information that is thought to be of a importance by the Security Team.

The Lead Security Officer will assume control of the team.

Chaplain

The chaplain’s job is to facilitate the spiritual health and growth of our membership.

  • At any and all functions this person will lead such convocations in prayer.
  • Will close all functions
  • Will offer a sermon at a meeting if so desired.

The Chaplain at his discretion may join the Security Team.

 


Finance Committee

The roles of the Treasurer and Finance Sub-Committee inevitably overlap. Each organization will need to clarify any specific roles that are solely the responsibility of the Treasurer, beyond chairing and directing the work of the sub-committee. In general terms, the Treasurer and Finance Sub-Committee:

The Finance Sub-Committee advises on areas of financial planning, including:

  • Preparing budgets for ongoing work and special projects, in consultation with the appropriate staff and funders;
  • Presenting budgets to the Management Committee for approval;
  • Ensuring accurate records of actual income and expenditure are maintained, as compared to budgeted income and expenditure, and adjusting financial forecasts as appropriate;
  • In case of cash flow problems (not having enough money to pay bills when they are due), deciding priorities for paying and negotiating for late payment if necessary.
  • The role of the Finance Committee will be to share the workload of the Treasurer in managing and monitoring the organization’s finances if so needed.
  • Will be composed of the 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.
  • The Finance Committee will remain actively engaged in financial matters.
  • It helps prevent fraud by ensuring that all tasks associated with the finance function are not performed by one person without supervision from others.
  • It allows detailed financial discussions to take place within the privacy of the committee.
  • It enables more democratic control of the organization’s finances
  • It spreads the burden of financial management, thereby also potentially improving its quality.
  • It helps train new committee members in financial matters.
  • It provides for continuity where the Treasurer retires or resigns.
  • Financial responsibilities will be divided into categories:
  • General financial oversight
  • Funding, fundraising and sales
  • Financial planning and budgeting
  • Financial reporting

Vetting Committee

Vetting Persons to be appointed to an officers position from Area Coordinator up to Vice President

  • Three (3) members of the Executive Board will talk and interview the prospective Officer.
    • If the person being considered for the position has been interviewed and known to the President, and any of the Executive Board prior to the appointment, the prospective person does not have to go through a vetting process and can be appointed by a member of the Executive Board.
  • If the person is a new acquaintance
    • If the interview is favorable, the person can be placed into the open position immediately or within two (2) days from the interview.
  • If two (2) or more persons are in the running for the open position
    • A member of the Vetting Committee will call a private conference after the interviews to discuss which prospective candidate best fits the position.
      • A vote and a decision to fill the position will take place immediately or within 2 days from the dated final interview.

Vetting Persons to be appointed to a position of Region Coordinator

  • The State Coordinator and both Area Coordinators must conduct the interview
    • There will be no delay or excuse for a delay to talk to the prospective officers to fill the open positions.
    • A delay by any of the vetting officers will cause one of the Executive Board to act immediately to cause an interview and make a decision to fill the open officer position.

Vetting Persons to be appointed to a position of County Coordinator

  • The Region Coordinator will conduct the interview and appoint the prospective officer
    • There will be no delay or excuse for a delay to talk to the prospective officers to fill the open positions.
      • A delay by any of the vetting officer will cause one of the Executive Board to act immediately or cause them to appoint someone to act on behalf of the Executive Board to setup an interview and make a decision to fill the open officer position.

Vetting Persons to be appointed to a position of Township Coordinator

  • The County Coordinator will conduct the interview and appoint the prospective officer
    • There will be no delay or excuse for a delay to talk to the prospective officers to fill the open positions.
      • A delay by any of the vetting officer will cause one of the Executive Board to act immediately or cause them to appoint someone to act on behalf of the Executive Board to setup an interview and make a decision to fill the open officer position.

Chief Communications Officer (CCO)

Will answer Directly to the President and to the 1st and 2nd Vice Presidents
Will appoint a Radio Officer to work with all other radio officers throughout the state

  • This radio officer must have a working knowledge of Ham radios
  • Setup, test and utilize the many forms of radio use.
  • Must create a communication process that moves up, down, horizontally and completely throughout the state membership.
    • Will establish radio communication from township level up through the entire state.

Will be responsible for the public relations aspect within this state.

  • Ensure public views the organization favorably.

Will create and launch press releases and marketing campaigns.

  • Contact members of the media to set up any and all interviews.

Get Ohio Oath Keepers featured on radio, TV, or the Internet.
Ensure that all opportunities for speaking or media presentation with radio, television, newspapers, internet, and or interviews along with meeting sites, which call for the President or Vice President’s to attend or be present are fully vetted.

Will Work directly with the Ohio PANDA organization, their outreach effort to the local communities to promote their stand against the NDAA
Drive Ohio Oath Keeper strategy and message development, pitch and announcement strategies.

Develop initiatives for internal communications and external media relations.

Determines communications strategy and execute programs to deliver communications objectives throughout the organization.

Develop strong relationships with media reps.

Develop internal publications such as newsletters, releases, and email announcements, planned publications, on-line through the internet, video, special projects and assignments.

Create rich and creative content that is optimized for search engines.

Look for and appoint a Media Director if so needed.

Prepare and aid the President in a weekly radio program/blog.

  • Work directly with the person doing the radio show
    • Possible to participate in the weekly radio show
      • A nightly broadcast needs to be worked into the concept
        • A nightly broadcast would enhance communications threefold
        • Allow for dissemination of new information quickly
        • Easy contact method

Lead Support Instructor (LSI)

Will answer Directly to the President and to the 1st and 2nd Vice Presidents

Will present a plan of implementation of the structural team setup.

Will work directly with the Chief Communications Officer and the Chief Coordinator

  • Chief Communications Officer will notify membership as to locations and dates of training sessions so planned and scheduled by the LSI
    • Shall inform membership of schedule that LSI will be following to provide a training session.

Setup main support instruction teams

  • Develop a team to train all regions within the state
  • Work with each Region Coordinator to find a location that may be utilized for all training sessions to be held within every individual Region.
  • Find and establish a base facility for all training,
    • This site could be centrally located in Ohio or in the northern or southern regions.

Establish a Basic instructional program

Establish an Intermediate instructional program

Establish an Advanced instruction program.

State Coordinator

When so deemed and necessary to the growth and structure of the state. The President shall appoint a person to the position of State Coordinator.

Will answer directly to the President and to the 1st and 2nd Vice Presidents

Will work hand in hand with the Lead Support Instructor and Chief Communications Officer.

  • Will aid the Lead Support Instructor in setting up training sessions throughout all of the Regions at the request of the Lead Support Instructor
    • Once training is complete the State Coordinator will see that the Region Coordinator that hosted the training event, establishes a Region Support Team according to the guidelines established by the Lead Support Instructor.
      • The Established Support Team will begin training sessions in each county of that Region.
  • Will aid the Chief Communications Officer in setting up a Communications Officer and Radio Officer in each Region, County and Township at the request of the Chief Communications Officer.
    • Will oversee that coordinators at all levels have equal opportunity to communicate using the communication structure of the rest of the state.

Will direct operations of all Coordinators within the State of Ohio at the orders of the President and or the 1st and 2nd Vice President.

The State Coordinator shall have Area Coordinators that will report directly to him and or her.

  • Will discuss with the Area Coordinators area to be designate for coverage

The State Coordinator will see that all Regions have a Coordinator and will recommend

  • The Region Coordinator will be appointed by the President or by the 1st Vice President or by 2nd Vice President or by the State Coordinator.
  • It is imperative that all Regions have a Coordinator to represent that area.
    • We must not weaken the officer cadre by placing just anybody in this position.
      • If the person is not willing to be active, then it is suggested that this person be passed over.
      • If the Presiding Coordinator becomes non-productive or thought to be counterproductive to the Ohio Oath Keepers, that person will be dismissed from their position.
        • This will be evaluated by the Executive Board and discussed with the State Coordinator and Area Coordinators.

The State Coordinator will oversee that all Region Coordinators have appointed individuals to the County Coordinator Position.

  • The County Coordinator can be appointed by the State Coordinator and or The Region Coordinator that oversees that particular county.
  • It is imperative that all Counties have a Coordinator to represent that area.
    • We must not weaken the officer cadre by placing just anybody in this position.
      • If the person is not willing to be active, then it is suggested that this person be passed over.
        • If the Presiding Coordinator becomes non-productive or thought to be counterproductive to the Ohio Oath Keepers, that person will be dismissed from their position.
        • This will be evaluated by the State Coordinator and discussed with the Area Coordinators and presiding Region Coordinator.
  • The State Coordinator will oversee that the County Coordinators have appointed a Coordinator for all Townships within their Counties.
    • The Township Coordinator can be appointed by the State Coordinator, the Region Coordinator or The County Coordinator that oversees that particular Township.
    • It is imperative that all Townships have a Coordinator to represent that area.
      • We must not weaken the officer cadre by placing just anybody in this position.
        • If the person is not willing to be active, then it is suggested that this person be passed over.
        • If the Presiding Coordinator becomes non-productive or thought to be counterproductive to the Ohio Oath Keepers, that person will be dismissed from their position.
          • This will be evaluated by the State Coordinator, the Region Coordinator or The County Coordinator that oversees that particular Township.

The State Coordinator will relay all information designated for circulation to all Ohio membership from Zone Coordinators, Area Coordinators, Region Coordinators, County Coordinators and Township Coordinators, to the Chief Communications Officer and or the Lead Support Instructor according to necessity.

Conduct a weekly call to the 1st and 2nd Vice President to divulge information obtained or to put forth questions asked by membership or self.

Zone Coordinators

When so deemed and necessary to the growth and structure of the state. The President shall appoint a person or persons to the position of Area Coordinator.

  • There will be at least two and no more than three Zone Coordinator’s
    • The Positions open to this shall be Northern Zone Coordinator, Central Zone Coordinator and Southern Zone Coordinator.

Will Performs liaison duties between the State Coordinator and all other Coordinators throughout their area of operation.

Will perform the tasks of the State Coordinator and assist in all areas of operation so incorporated into the job description of the State Coordinator at the discretion of the State Coordinator.

Oversees the overall performance of all Area Coordinators within the set area.

Conduct a weekly check in call with each Area Coordinators and relays the communication to the State Coordinator

Area Coordinator

When so deemed and necessary to the growth and structure of the state. The President shall appoint a person or persons to the position of Area Coordinator.

Will Performs liaison duties between the Zone Coordinators and all other Coordinators throughout their area of operation.

Will perform the tasks of the Zone Coordinators and assist in all areas of operation so incorporated into the job description of the Zone Coordinator at the discretion of the State Coordinator and Zone Coordinator.

Oversees the overall performance of all Regional Coordinators within the set area.

Conduct a weekly check in call with each Region Coordinator and relays the communication to the Zone Coordinator

Region Coordinator

When so deemed and necessary to the growth and structure of the state. The President shall appoint a person or persons to the position of Region Coordinator.

Appoint an Assistant Regional Coordinator as needed.

Appoints a County Coordinator to each County in his region

Oversees the overall performance in his region

Assists the Lead Support Instructor in creating a Region Support Team to provide desired training through each County and into each township.

Conducts a weekly check in call and or conference with the County Coordinators

Assists the County Coordinator if so asked to attend meetings so setup by the County Coordinator

Appoint officers to Region Staff

  • Assistant Region Coordinator (as needed)
    • Communications Officer
      • Appoint a Radio Officer to work with all other radio officers throughout the state
        • This radio officer must have a working knowledge of Ham radios

County Coordinator

When so deemed and necessary to the growth and structure of the state. The Region Coordinator shall appoint a person to the position of County Coordinator within the Region controlled by said Region Coordinator.

The County Coordinator shall setup a meeting with the Sheriff

  • Discuss Sheriff Outreach Programs
    • Ideas and Ideology of Sheriff Richard Mack
      • Sheriff Posse
      • Sheriff Reserves
      • County Militia

Setup a meeting with the County Emergency Management Agency

  • Discuss what you can do with the EMA
    • Certs
    • Local Ham Radio Club
    • Volunteering with the EMA during time of emergency
    • Skywarn Training

Appoint officers to County Staff

  • Appoints an Assistant County Coordinator (as needed)
  • Appoints Township Coordinator’s for each Township in his county.
    • Sets up a weekly check in call with all Township Coordinators In his county.
  • Appoints a Communications Officer
    • Appoints a Radio Officer to work with all other radio officers throughout the state
      • This radio officer must have a working knowledge of Ham radios
    • Establish County wide communications and throughout the region and onto statewide
    • Establish Communications with the Chief Communications Officer
  • Appoint Support Instructor
    • Training
  • Appoint Family Safe Instructor

Visit all Military bases in your jurisdiction

  • Explain to them about honoring their Oath
  • Create dialogue with them
    • Invite them to join

Visit all Veterans Organizations in your jurisdiction

  • Talk with them explain to them they are being called back to duty.
    • Persuade them to help us prepare the communities
    • Tell them to use their knowledge and train others

Township Coordinator

This is the life line and building block to our organization.

Appoint an assistant

Appoint an communications officer

  • Appoints a Radio Officer to work with all other radio officers throughout the state
    • This radio officer must have a working knowledge of Ham radios
  • Establish County wide communications and then once statewide
  • Establish Communications with the Chief Communications Officer

Appoint a Support Instructor

  • Will setup training schedules

Appoint a Township Family Safe Director

  • Will set up training in survival

Recruit from other patriot groups, veteran organizations, law enforce and fire fighters both active and retired.

  • Let all persons know that you want to establish a protective net over your area to help in times of emergency.
  • Offer a Safe Haven for active Law Enforcement and Firefighters for their families if they are at work and performing their duties during an emergency and their families need looked after.

This person will setup Neighborhood watches;

Assist the County Coordinator in all endeavors going on within the county.

Will become a member of the County Support Team.

Become a leader in your community.

Family Safe Officer

This is a position that will be instituted down the chain of command.

  • State Level
    • Will see that every Region has a safe haven
    • Will be part of the Lead Support Team
  • Region Level
    • Will see that every County has a safe haven
  • County Level
    • Will See that every Township has a place to call a safe haven
  • Township Level
    • Get introductions to the local Law Enforcement, local military personnel and Fire Fighters
      • Offer safe haven for family members of law enforcement, local military personnel and fire fighters that might have to leave their families to take care of an emergency.
        • Have them go to the safe haven look it over
        • Have them bring their families.

Teach Survival Techniques

  • Make it part of your Support Structure.