I hated the idea of writing KRs I also hated writting O/Ws, which also went into files (so many files!). It always felt like a lot of responsability, because what if I misunderstood the situation? What if I was wrong about what I thought I saw? I also felt KRs were a sneaky way of inciting fear in the children and lower ranking officers. A way to control others behaviour(s) and so nobody shared real emotions, thoughts etc. I still look over my shoulder and ask myself, would it bother me if someone else knew what I am doing, could it be misconstude as something else? There are so many things (age appropreate) that I did not do, and still won't do. And yes as children of sea org members we were expected to write KRs, O/Ws, attend auditing and sell scientology to the public, record our hours etc. We had to make ammnds and essentially RPF after our O/Ws, which we had to do when we got sick/ were written up on. I can remember getting a KR, having to write my O/Ws, and then questioned about why the KR incident wasn't on my list of O/Ws. The person questioning (wasn't my mother) me didn't like the answer that I didn't feel it was a with-hold (as I did___ in-front of others) and protecting my sibling, sure it was intentional, but not something I think was an "overt act". I was sent back to write up mor O/Ws and they weren't happy when I just sat there (as I had already written up all my O/Ws), my siblings were called in, my friends were called in and asked to read my list and if they could come up with any I did not share. This was common practice as I recall. KRs were not just for adults. I don't think any part of Scientology was "just for adults" as children are viewed as small humans, who are not much different than adults. I do like that I was never talked down to by scientologists, nor was I brushed off just because I was a kid. But I never missed having to write up O/Ws or KRs.