Information gathered by the Los Angeles Times shows the leaders of the Boy Scouts of America who were expelled between 1947 and 2005 on suspicions or confirmation of sexual abuse. And our searchable database allows you to look at all cases from throughout Wisconsin.
If a troop is listed, a case file exists. At this time, not all case files are available online. As new documents become available, Patch will update this database.
- Two former Waukesha Boy Scout leaders were in the list of undesirable volunteers because of their conduct with children. Jack Keating was convicted in the 1970s of sex crimes by a jury. Alexander G. Haynes was arrested for sexual perversion in 1960 was chairman of Boy Scouts Pack No. 352 from November 1957 to March 1960.
- Shorewood Scout leader Robert M. Smith was in the files. He was convicted sexually assaulting an 11-year-old boy, according to historical newspaper articles. There were also allegations that he had sexual contact with at least six other Milwaukee boys, including some who were members of a Boy Scout troop.
- , was also in the files. He was identified as a child sex offender in the files, which report he admitted to scouting leaders that he touched himself while fondling two children at a summer camp in 1987.