Click Login, then Register.
Click the warrant type, then Request a new Warrant.
Fill out the form and click submit. Be sure to attach any paperwork required.
First, login. Then click "Marshal Warrant", then click "Request a new warrant". It is the same process to request a new warrant and update an existing warrant.
First, login. Then click "Edit Account Details". You can update your membership number here.
Your membership update request will reviewed by an administrator.
Membership updates with the SCA membership office can take up to 60 days to make it into our system. Please be patient.
Click "Marshal Warrant", then "Submit a new Report". Fill out the form as directed, then click submit.
Click "Marshal Warrant", then click "Points of Contact". The people are listed for managing the various warrants.
First login, then click "Update Account", then click "Edit Account Details".
Both suspended and disabled warrants indicate the individual is not actively issued that warrant. Suspended warrants still show up in the warrant roster. Disabled warrants do not.
If you have any warrant requests awaiting your approval, you will see them on the main page after you login. Review any attached documentation. You can either click "approve" or "reject". The person reqeuesting the warrant will receive notice as to your decisoin.
Rather than approving a warrant request from someone, you can assign warrants you manage to someone. Search for that user, then at the bottom of their profile page, you will see a menu to add a warrant to someone. Fill in the form as appropriate.
Note: For warrants that have repeating class requirements, you can provide either the date of their required class, or the date the warrant should expire.
If you have any reports awaiting your review, you will see them on the main page after you login. If you have any feedback for the person submitting the report, add a comment, which will send an email to the reporter automatically.
Click "Mark Reviewed" once you are done with the report. Note, you can "unreview" a report, which will cause it to show up on your main page again, indicating it is awaiting review.
Click "View Reports". From here, you can search any report you wrote or reports you have access to review. The search filters include date ranges, tags, comment text searching, and other potential fields of interest.
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If you have membership requests to review, you will see the requests on the main page after you login. The number and the account information are shown along with the details from the society membership roster relating to that number. This should allow you to determine if the information should be approved or not. You can click "approve" or "deny" and the requester will receive an email regarding your decision.
You can't. Background checks are tied to the user's SCA membership number. The background check information is pulled automatically from the SCA rosters.
Click to "Administration", then "Potentially Duplicate Users". Click "merge" next to any accounts that you feel are duplicate. For each field of information for the two accounts that are different, you must choose which value to keep. Those fields that are the same are not selectable. Click submit after selecting the appropriate values. From here, the first will have all information updated with the selected values, the second account will be marked disabled, and all warrants will be moved over to the first account.
Right now, this is a manual process. Email the administrator to handle this issue.
Application developed by Master Brian de Moray (mundanely known as Brian Caswell).