In the Scout Movement a Chief Scout is the uniformed head of a Scouting organisation:
- For the Chief Scout of the World see: Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell
- For the head of The Scout Association see: Chief Scout (The Scout Association)
- For the head of Scouting Ireland see: Chief Scout (Scouting Ireland)
- For the head of The Scout Association of Hong Kong see:Chief Scout of Hong Kong
- For the head of the Boy Scouts of America see: Chief Scout Executive
- For the head of the Polish Scouting Association see: List of Chief Scouts of the Polish Scouting Association
A Chief Scout or Chief of Scouts traditionally was a person in charge of intelligence, reconnaissance, and scouting in the English Navy, armies during the English Civil War or in expeditions, colonies or frontiers such as in the United States and Canada and in southern Africa.
In sports teams, a Chief Scout is also a title of a person who scouts for potential new players.
- For the Chief Scout of the British South Africa Company see: Frederick Russell Burnham
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