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The Law & Order Wiki has some policies that have been proposed by the administrators and generally accepted by the members. Please read through the policies below to familiarize yourself with our common practices and rules. If you have any questions, suggestions, or complaints, please post them on the talk page.

General policies

Remember that above all else, The Law & Order Wiki is an encyclopedia. Like the television shows and film, it is primarily family oriented. It is a community that is solely devoted to the development of the Law & Order reference database; it is not a chat room or discussion forum. The talk pages are specifically for discussing the writing of articles, and nothing else.

The following are general policies concerning the overall goals and functions of The Law & Order Wiki:

See also: Most common Law & Order faux pas for some useful information for newcomers.

Specific guidelines

General guidelines

Behavior guidelines

Content guidelines

Style guidelines



For day-to-day operations on the Law & Order Wiki, enforcement can be handled by the general membership. Simply pointing out each other's mistakes (politely, of course) is generally sufficient.

For problem cases, the administrators may intervene and enforce a policy, or temporarily lock a page to let things cool down. In extreme and unusual cases, these administrators will step in to ban a user who has proven to be unusually disruptive.

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