DALLAS - The Occupy Dallas movement is putting new guidelines into effect to become more organized.
The group has been staging protests for the last month around downtown Dallas.
In the coming days, organizers say they plan to put new programs into place.
The group plans on taking better accountability of its members, including registering them at a "Welcome Tent" and knowing where they're staying on the grounds.
Organizers have also set up a job board, where protesters can sign up to do duties around the camp.
The changes come in the wake of recent raids by Child Protective Services and the Dallas Police department, where an infant was removed from his parents who were staying there, and an adult was arrested for allegedly have sex with a minor.