I'm looking for some advice on the disciplinary system for (non-comissioned) adult instructors within the ACF. I'm currently with the OTC and was recently sent on a tasking to guard a cadet camp with several cadet units on the camp. On one of my shifts, I was the only female in the guardroom and tasked with asking all the returning adults to sign back into the camp. Since it was some kind of night off for most of the adults, many of them came back drunk, which I have no issues with whatsoever, as they were generally chatty and amusing. The problem arose when one adult began to grab me in the guardroom. Due to the layout of the room, I was pretty much trapped, and although I repeatedly told him that he really needed to go away to bed as he had had too much, he continued to grab me and attempt to kiss me. This alone, I might have let slide, dealing with the rest of the guard shift in-house for engaging the guy in conversation and not letting me throw him out. Unfortunatly, I then had to work a shift on the bar in the Sgt's Mess. This same 'gentleman' was there and continued to try to touch me, at one point leaning all the way over the bar and grabbing at me, whilst shouting sexually abusive remarks (I'm not talking banter here, I'd have knocked any guy in my unit out for saying even half the things he was). I reported the incident to RSM who called me in to talk to the two senior cadet officers on camp. They basically said that since the gentleman in question does not hold a comission, he is not subject to military law, and there is nothing they can do about it. The best they can offer is a formal apology and they can suggest that the man in question stops working with their cadets. What I want to know is if there really is no disciplinary system for AIs with in the Cadet organisation. I don't see how the organisation exists without one, especially as the job revolves around working with kids.