Part of the process of becoming an Official Observer, or OO for short, is taking a written test that qualifies you to also become part of the Amateur Auxiliary. The other requirements for becoming an OO include:. This only serves to expand and extend the good old boy network. I agree with you. The qualification process is too lax for a law enforcement appointment. Nowadays, even volunteering at a school or being a neighborhood watch member requires background or fingerprint check. Without a background check, including some level of personality qualification reference check, social media check, etc , I can easily see a lawsuit against the OO and the ARRL.
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Forgot Password? The Board expressed its appreciation for the OOs and their dedicated volunteer service over the years. The Board said the action is expected to re-energize enforcement efforts in the Amateur Radio bands and was undertaken at the request of the FCC in the wake of several FCC regional office closures and a reduction in field staff. Coordination of cases and evidence gathering would become the responsibility of ARRL Headquarters staff, while the FCC will retain the responsibility for final decisions regarding action in specific cases.
The letter came to me via Europe in case anyone is interested. Apply Now. Official Observer appointees have assisted thousands of Amateur Radio operators to maintain their transmitting equipment and comply with operating procedures and regulations. The object of the OO program is to notify amateurs of operating and technical irregularities before they come to the attention of the FCC and to recognize good operating practices. OOs are certified in the Auxiliary by passing a mandatory written examination.