FLAG ORDER 3434RE-29
8 May 19971
All SO Orgs and Units
RPF Series 29
RPF USE OF THE ADVANCED COURSE MATERIALS
HCO PL 11 Aug. 71 V SECURITY OF DATA
HCO PL 8 Jan. 81R ADVANCED COURSE REGULATIONS AND SECURITY
HCO PL 9 Mar 82RB ELIGIBILITY FOR OT LEVELS
As there are circumstances where some RPF members need access to Advanced Course materials in order to get through their RPF technical program, security regulations regarding the use of these materials must be known and followed by those administering the RPF and by the RPF itself.
Access to upper-level materials is subject to a special license from RTC to the corporation which houses the CLO or the organization which the RPF is under (eg, FLO, FLB). As the security of these materials is absolutely essential, they are to be used only under secure, tightly supervised conditions.
All upper-level materials used by the RPF must be kept in a highly secure space and employ the same high-tech security systems as an Advanced Organization. Before any of the Advanced Course materials can be obtained, the space allocated for this (including the full security system) must be fully set up and have Security Chief lnt approval. Then a CSW with full evidence of this must be sent to RTC requesting okay to use the Advanced Course materials.
Once this space is in use, it is the responsibility of the base Security Chief to enforce security of these materials at all times.
The base Security Chief is fully responsible for seeing that the RPF totally adheres to all Advanced Course security rules and regulations and for handling any violations. He must inspect and verify that Advanced Course materials and pre-OT folders are securely stored, that there is a separation of upper-level co-audit spaces and, where needed, soundproofing of walls between auditing spaces.
The base Security Chief must also ensure that weekly inventories are done by an OT staff member (not an RPF member) to ensure all materials given out to the KPF are accounted for and secure.
In cases where an RPF member needs to start an OT level (as adjudicated by the C/S), the RPF member must do the Eligibility for OT Levels step per HCO PL 9 Mar. 82RB ELIGIBILITY FOR OT LEVELS. Once this is done, a CSW for the RPF member to start the OT level must be originated by the RPF C/S via the RPF MAA, RPF I/C, base Security Chief and Cont Senior C/S to RTC.
The RPF member must get an okay the first time he starts on any Advanced Course, while in the RPF. Any okay prior to being on the RPF is invalid, and the OT Eligibility and CSW must be done in a new unit of time. A CSW is not needed
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for each subsequent level, except New OT V. There, he again must get a full OT Eligibility check and submit a new CSW for okay to begin this level.
It is the responsibility of the RPF I/C to ensure that the RPF member has okay from RTC to start the level and has signed a non-disclosure bond, before he is allowed on the level.
All general rules and regulations with regards to the storage and use of Advanced Course materials apply as per HCO PL 8 Jan. 81R, ADVANCED COURSE REGULATIONS AND SECURITY.
These rules are laid out to guarantee the security of Advanced Course materials, while also allowing access to those RPF members who require these materials as part of their RPF program.
As LRH said in HCO PL 11 Aug. 71 V, SECURITY OF DATA:
“Until we ourselves have climbed well out of the hole, we must safeguard the materials. Our case gains depend on it. And others could make our salvage of people impossible.
“We do not safeguard these materials from any commercial consideration. Our futures, those of each of us and those of all Scientologists, depend on our keeping this material under lock and safeguarded from abuse until we are well away as a group and can handle things better as individuals as well as a group.”
LRH TECHNICAL RESEARCH AND COMPILATIONS
Authorized by AVC INTERNATIONAL
for CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
Eligibility for OT levels
HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex
HCO BULLETIN OF 15 JUNE 19841
All Class IV Orgs
False Purpose RD
Auditors, C/Ses and Supervisors
D of T
FALSE PURPOSE RUNDOWN
INFO FOR ORGS AND MISSIONS
The distribution of False Purpose Rundown Series 10-B, FALSE PURPOSE RUNDOWN, ELIGIBILITY FOR OT LEVELS FORM (HCOB 15 June 84 I) is limited to Saint Hills, Advanced Orgs and the Flag Service Org.
L. RON HUBBARD
Hubbard, L. R. (1984, 14 June). False Purpose Rundown Info For Orgs And Missions. The Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology. (1991 ed., Vol. XII, p. 608.). Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, Inc.