I want to introduce you to something new that I’ve created for the good of ACP. It’s called “The Round Table of ACP” and it was specifically created for the purpose of addressing and resolving cyberbullying and/or internal conflicts within our great army. Although our army does not have a lot of issues like this, The Round Table of ACP is there for you help!
What is The Round Table of ACP?
It’s kind of like a court, yet different. It consists of a small panel of ACP members who hear cases regarding cyberbullying. We meet in a private chat with the accuser and the alleged abuser to hear each side present their side of the conflict. Then there is recess where the panel discusses the facts presented and decides whether or not the alleged abuser is guilty or not and any disciplinary action, if needed. This is a private setting, there will be no lawyers or onlookers, this is a serious situation and is not to be mocked by role play.
The Round Table of ACP is also a private place for Supreme Commanders and Owners to go where they can bring people in for conflict resolution between people having difficulty communicating with one another.
How can you use The Round Table of ACP?
If you are experiencing problems with someone that you just can’t resolve or they just won’t stop and you are being cyberbullied, you may notify Snaily5, ACP 3IC Commander General, or the Supreme Commander Kingfunks4. We will get in contact with the alleged abuser and make arrangements for you both to meet and present your cases, or discuss the issue in private. There is information on my ACP blog PositivelyACP.blogspot.com about this too if you forget and this post goes into archives. We are here for you.
Who may use The Round Table of ACP?
Any Active or Retired ACP members. Both parties involved do not have to be in ACP, but at least one must be ACP.
Requirements for Using The Round Table of ACP
To use The Round Table of ACP, one of the parties involved must be in ACP. The accuser must have proof of the abuse. Proof must be in the form of screen shots, many of them to show a consistent pattern of unchangeable, harmful behavior towards them that will be given to the panel for viewing. Any doctored pics will be immediate grounds for guilt and disciplinary action.
So if you feel you have a conflict that needs to be resolved and need someone to mediate in order to correct the situation, please feel free to come to The Round Table of ACP.
“Learn to do what is right. Treat people fairly.”
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