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 FBI By-Laws Article 4-11

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PostSubject: FBI By-Laws Article 4-11   Sat Apr 25, 2009 4:25 pm

ARTICLE 4
CONDUCT

4.1 PROPER USE OF REPLICA: A member should not fire in or through the dead-pool, re-spawn area or designated "safe-zones". In test-firing replica, it should be done in the hot-zone. All replicas in dead-pool or safe-zones must have magazine out, safety on, muzzle cap fixed. Side-arms should be holstered and on safe.
4.2 TRANSPORTING THE REPLICA: Replicas should be carried with an empty magazine in boxes, bags, or carrying cases while transporting on or off the field. It is strongly recommended not to remove the replica from its case off field, instead carry it in its case to the designated staging area for the game, this includes but is not limited to:
1. near public highways.
2. near Schools and Churches.
3. near Residential Housing.
4. near Commercial Structures.
5. near Law-Enforcement Agency Facilities.
4.3 HITS & OUTS: Anyone hit by a BB is hit and out, immediately, a player should yell "HIT!" as loud as he/she can and place an orange or bright red cloth (‘Death-Rag') over his/her head and magazine out. Walk back to the designated dead-pool or re-spawn area, with the death-rag clearly visible at all times and hold the replica in a non-threatening manner. Hit and out do not fire and talk or interact with other players who are still active in the game. Ricochet BB’s and hits to the replica do not count as hits but when in doubt about a hit, voluntarily call itself out.
4.4 ADMINISTRATORS AND COORDINATORS: These individuals are there to make sure that the game is fun and safe. An Admin may eject a player from the field at any time for any reason.

1. If an Admin gives instructions, it should be strictly followed. If a player does not agree with an administrator's instructions, the player is advised to leave the field, report the issue to the Team Leader if it warrants investigation.
2. If a player has any disagreement with another player, it should be brought up with an admin, players ought not to get into an argument on the field, and the admin has the power to eject those players from the field.

4.5 CALL OF INDEX: All players are expected to echo Index so that everyone on the field hears it, and upon hearing it each player is expected to remove magazines, clear their replica and put it on safe.

4.6 FIELD GAME ROE: Every player should know how the specific game mechanics work so an individual will understand what to do at the individual game and for different situations. It is important that if a player was unable to be on time for a briefing for an individual game, it should not come at all. The only exception is if an Admin is present to brief and allow the player to enter the field.

4.7 FIELD COURTESY: In nearly all cases, the field is not everyone’s property, all members should remove all the gears and trash from the field and parking area when leaving. The field must be well maintained.
4.8 RESPECT: Every member are required to show respect with each other. No foul words and demonstration of aggression. Any problems toward a member should be tackled with the Admin. (Suspension will be the penalty).


ARTICLE 5
MEMBERSHIP AND VOTING

5.1 LEVELS OF MEMBERSHIP AND STATUS: This organization shall have two levels of status and three levels, or tiers, of membership. Classification of status and level of membership shall be described as follows.

5.1.1 GUEST STATUS: The two levels of guest status are Regular Guest and Permanent Guest. Guest status is not a membership. A Regular Guest is defined as a non-member who is invited to participate in the club’s activities at the sole discretion and explicit invitation of the group members. An invitation to play can only be extended by a Full Member. A Permanent Guest is defined as a non-member who is invited to participate in the club’s activities at the sole discretion and implicit invitation of the group members. The Guest shall pay no dues or other financial obligations aside from any admission and rental fees, and has no rights regarding issues of operation or function of the organization.

5.1.2 ASSOCIATE MEMBER: This is the first level of membership and is defined as a member of the group who has limited rights and privileges, as well as limited financial obligations. As an Associate Member, an individual has the right of automatic inclusion into group events by way of verbal, written, electronic, or telephonic notification by other members. The Associate Member does not require any formal invitation from any other member of the organization.

Limited rights shall mean that the Associate Member is responsible for ½ or 0.5 the value of any/all of the financial obligations awarded a Full Member. An Associate Member has no right or privilege to invite guests. Consideration for this status would be through nomination from a Full Member, as well as fulfilment of certain time/play criteria with the group. Acceptance to this status would be through vote of the full membership.

5.1.3 FULL MEMBER: This is the second level of membership and is defined as a former Associate Member of the group who now has full rights, privileges and financial obligations. A Full Member has the right and privilege to invite guests, and has a full vote on issues concerning the organization. Consideration for this status shall be through nomination from a Full Member, as well as fulfilment of certain time/play criteria with the group. Acceptance to this status would be through vote of full membership.

5.1.4 COMMITTEE MEMBER/BOARD OF DIRECTOR: This is the third and final level of membership. This membership is defined as a Full Member of the group who has full rights, privileges and financial obligations. The Committee Member/Board of Director shall be one of only five people. This member can invite guests, vote on issues concerning the group, and have the authority as specified in Section 6.1 of Article 6.

5.2 LEVELS OF VOTING: This organization shall have one level of status and three levels, or tiers, of voting associated with the levels of membership.

5.2.1 GUEST STATUS: This status is not considered a membership and confers no rights regarding the vote over issues of operation or function of the organization.

5.2.2 ASSOCIATE MEMBER: This level of membership offers limited rights and privileges. Limited rights and privilege shall mean that the Associate Member is granted a vote equal in value to ½, or 0.5 of a full vote, as compared to a Full Member.

5.2.3 FULL MEMBER: This level of membership offers full rights and privileges. The Full Member is conferred a single, full vote for issues concerning the organization.

5.2.4 COMMITTEE MEMBER/BOARD OF DIRECTOR: As with Full Membership, this level of membership also confers the member with a single, full vote for issues concerning the organization.

5.3 PROXIES: Each member may vote in person or by proxy. Each proxy shall be in writing, either in the form of a written note or in the form of an electronic message, such as FAX or email. The proxy must be delivered to the Committee/Board in a timely manner before any vote on club business. The proxy shall provide that, where the member specifies a choice, the vote shall be cast in accordance with that choice. The proxy shall also identify the person or persons authorized to execute the proxy. Votes represented by proxies shall be counted in determining whether a quorum exists at a meeting.


ARTICLE 6
POWERS AND DUTIES OF COMMITTEE/BOARD OF DIRECTORS


6.1 GENERAL: The Committee/Board of Directors shall be composed of five (5) Full Members entrusted with the responsibilities of the management and conduct of affairs of the organization. These responsibilities shall include, but not be limited to, the authority to establish policy, authority over administrative and financial operations, and the authority to determine which issues to consider for full membership voting or discussion.

Upon a unanimous vote of the Committee/Board, such duties, as is duly voted on, may be delegated to a person or an ad-hoc subcommittee designated by the Committee/Board. Such a person or ad-hoc subcommittee shall, nonetheless, be accountable to the Committee/Board and obtain full Committee/Board approval before any actions are carried out.

The position of Committee Member/Board of Director, herein referred to as Committee/Board Member, shall have no term limit, except as specified in Section 7.3 of Article 7.

6.2 RULES AND POLICIES: The Committee/Board has the authority to propose and adopt rules and policies, herein referred to as Policies, necessary for the management and operation of the organization. The Policies may concern any subject within the jurisdiction of the organization. The Policies may establish Rules of Conduct, Rules of Engagement, and Guest Policies.

After adoption, a copy of the Policies shall be furnished to each member. Policies shall remain in effect unless and until repealed by unanimous vote of the Committee/Board.


ARTICLE 7
DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS


7.1 GENERAL: The following shall govern the appointment and dismissal of all Committee/Board Members and Members of this organization.

7.2 ELECTION OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS/BOARD OF DIRECTORS: The election of a new Committee/Board Member shall arise only through a vacancy in the existing Committee/Board. All nominations for the position shall be received from the other Committee/Board Members. Election of the new Committee/Board Member shall take place with a vote from each of the sitting Committee/Board Members, with each Committee/Board Member casting a single, full vote. Appointment of a new Committee/Board Member shall only take place after a unanimous vote by the other four remaining Committee/Board Members.

7.3 REMOVAL OR RESIGNATION OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS/BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Any vacancy within the Committee/Board shall be established either by resignation of an existing Committee/Board Member, or by a unanimous vote of No-Confidence by the four remaining Committee/Board Members.

7.4 ELECTION OF MEMBERS: The election of members shall be as follows.

7.4.1 ASSOCIATE MEMBER: An Associate Member shall be nominated from a list of Guests who wish to join the organization. This nomination shall be by a Full Member. Candidates shall have played with an 80 percent majority of the full membership either for a 1-year period or for 8 games, which ever is more. A waiver to this requirement may be exercised by the nominating member, with approval to waive from a majority vote by the entire membership.

7.4.2 FULL MEMBER: A Full Member shall be nominated from a list of Associate Members within the organization. This nomination shall be by another Full Member. Candidates shall have played with 80 percent majority of the full membership either for a 2-year period or for 16 games, which ever is more. A waiver to this requirement may be exercised by the nominating member, with approval to waive from a majority vote by the entire membership.

7.5 REMOVAL OR RESIGNATION OF MEMBERS: All members have the right to voluntarily resign their membership through written or verbal notification to the Committee/Board. Notification of membership resignation shall then be made to the general membership by the Committee/Board.

Involuntary resignation or removal from the membership shall be determined as follows:

1. Should a member become inactive through no participation in club activities for 12 consecutive months; and, annual dues are not current for the same 12 consecutive months.
2. Any member who has been placed on probation and later on after consultation found the gravity of the offence such as violation of the Rules and Regulations, disrespect to other members, and fighting.

The Committee/Board shall have the right to proceed with removal of membership. The action of removal of a membership shall be considered binding after a unanimous vote is conducted by the entire membership and duly recorded.


ARTICLE 8
MEETING OF DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS

8.1 REGULAR MEETINGS: This organization shall hold annual meetings as outlined within this Article.

8.1.1 COMMITTEE MEMBERS/BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Regular meetings for the Committee Members/Board of Directors shall be held at least once on an annual basis to conduct organization business, as specified in Section 8.1 of Article 8.

8.1.2 MEMBERS: Regular meetings for the general members shall be held at least once on an annual basis to conduct organization business, and to allow the Committee/Board to report on club business.

8.2 SPECIAL MEETINGS: Special meetings for the Committee Members/Board of Directors and general members may be called from time to time, at the discretion of the Committee/Board.

8.3 NOTICE: Meeting notification may be made through verbal, written, electronic, or telephonic notification by Committee Members/Board of Directors. Regardless of method, all notification shall take place no less than 24 hours before each meeting. An exception would be in the case of an emergency meeting.

8.4 QUORUM: The establishment of what constitutes a quorum for this club shall be as defined in the following Sections of this Article.

8.4.1 QUORUM FOR COMMITTEE/BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A quorum shall be established when four of the five Committee Members/Board of Directors is present for any meeting convened.

8.4.2 QUORUM FOR MEMBERS: A quorum shall be established for member meetings when 2/3, or 66 percent, of the entire membership is present for any meeting convened.

8.5 ACTION WITHOUT MEETING: Action may be taken on issues without convening a meeting if votes are collected by the Committee/Board through verbal, written, electronic, or telephonic methods, and a majority vote is tallied in favor of the action.


ARTICLE 9
GUESTS AND SUBSTITUTES


9.1 GUEST POLICY: Only Full Members are authorized to invite guests. Each Full Member, as a right of such membership, is allowed to invite up to the maximum allowable number of guests as is set forth by vote of the Committee/Board. No member shall invite any guests above and beyond the number specified by the Committee/Board, as outlined under Guest Policy.

9.2 SUBSTITUTES AND REPLACEMENT PLAYERS: All members have the right to designate a substitute or replacement player to attend a club activity in their place should that member be unable to attend that day’s scheduled activities. The substitute player shall be considered as taking the place of the member and is entitled to the benefits of the member he replaces, for that day’s activities. The exception to the benefits for the substitute player shall be in regards to any policy or voting issues taking place that day.


ARTICLE 10
AMENDMENTS

10.1 PROCEDURE: These By-Laws may be amended by the Committee/Board in one of two of the following methods. Amendments may be considered by the Committee/Board of Directors after approval by majority vote in a meeting by a majority quorum of the club membership, or direct adoption by the Committee/Board of Directors after a unanimous vote of the Committee/Board of Directors.

10.2 RECORDS OF AMENDMENTS: Whenever an amendment or a new By-Law is adopted, it shall be added in the appropriate place in the organization’s meeting records. If any new By-Law repeals any portion of these original By-Laws, either the date of the meeting at which the By-Laws or portion thereof was repealed or the date written consent was filed with the Committee/Board shall be stated therein.


ARTICLE 11
CONFLICTS


11.1 ARTICLES vs. BY-LAWS: In case of any conflict between the individual Articles and these By-Laws, the Articles shall control.

11.2 POLICIES vs. BY-LAWS: In case of any conflict between the individual Policies and these By-Laws, the Policies shall control.
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