I'm involved in a bit of a study regarding non-'official' Cadet Units. Most Cadet Units are either CCF, ACF, SCC, or ATC, which are sufficiently monitored and regulated to allow the MOD to indemnify the Adult Volunteers involved. There are a few other 'semi-official' groups (Girl's Venture Air Cadets, for example) but in the main, most Cadets are in one of the 'recognised' organisations. What is not known is how many other Cadet groups are running in the UK, that are outside the MOD's remit. There are a few which are well known, and highly reputable - such as the Frimley and Camberley Cadet Corps, which is a registered charity with a long and distinguished history, and which is affiliated to the PWRR - but we simply don't know how many others there are. I'd be most grateful for any contact details or info - either in this thread, or via PM if you wish. Three things to note: 1. This is not a witch hunt. If someone wants to set up a Cadet Unit, then fair play to them (as long as they do it legally, CRB checks and all). In my view, anything that keeps youngsters off the streets is a good thing, and to be heartily encouraged. Iâm only interested in getting some idea of the numbers involved. 2. This is not limited to the Army - I am asking the same question on RumRation, as the biggest area of interest appears to be maritime-type Cadets. 3. Donât expect this to result in either new regulations to âcontrolâ Cadet Units, nor conversely for it to mean any support, financial or otherwise, to such Units! Thanks in advance for any (sensible) help.