FLAG ORDER 3434RE-19
19 January 19851
Revised 8 May 1997
All SO Orgs and Units
(This Flag Order was originally issued as FO 3875, RPF Series 23 [same title]. It is hereby revised to clarify the purpose and use of waivers for the RPF and to correct the FO and RPF Series numbers. Revisions not in script.)
RPF Series 19
WAIVERS FOR THE RPF
(Cancels and replaces FO 3875.)
Persons transferred to the RPF are only transferred with cause. They are individuals who are R/Sers, low OCA nonproducers or repeated stat crashers and overt product makers, and have caused considerable trouble for themselves and the organizations they have been involved with.
Hence, a person entering the RPF executes certain waivers to safeguard the Church against any claim or upset, should such ensue, as a first step before effecting his own redemption. These waivers make it clear that the individual is undertaking the program on his own responsibility and volition and that he holds no one else culpable for accidents or occurrences on the RPF. Transaction of the waivers as well as participation in the program are fully voluntary and anyone who does not wish to sign the forms or follow the program exactly may terminate his membership in the Sea Organization.
Thus, before the SO member can participate in the RPF in lieu of offload, he must understand the purpose and intention of the RPF as covered in RPF Flag Orders and be fully apprised of the course he will be required to follow, of his own volition, toward redemption.
Two waivers are to be signed. The first is called the ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF RPF ASSIGNMENT AND ELECTION TO PROCEED. The individual will be given this form for signature upon receipt of his assignment and before routing onto the RPF. This will be handled by the HCO of his org. No one may be admitted into the RPF who has not signed this form.
After the person has arrived in the RPF and has studied the RPF FOs, he is then given the APPLICATION FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE RPF AND GENERAL RELEASE. This document may only be signed after the person has a full understanding of what the RPF program involves and has read all of the RPF Series and attests he fully understands the series.
The Cont A/Legal Aide is responsible for verifying with local counsel that the waivers are valid under local laws. Should any changes be needed, the A/Legal Aide is to CSW these to Legal Aide OSA Int for approval prior to implementation.
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The original signed copies of these RPF waivers are filed as val docs in the OSA Cont Office. Copies of these waivers are also sent to Senior HCO Cont, Senior HCO Int and copies of them must be filed in the Sea Org member’s personnel file.
Unlike other groups, our understanding of the nature of man and our use of LRH technology make it possible to salvage an individual. While other organizations offload or fire members for their harmful actions, the Sea Org provides a means for the individual to constructively contribute to the group, while he addresses the spiritual difficulties that led to his destructive actions. To take part in this activity, the individual must participate of his own volition.
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