Wikipedia:Dispute resolution requests/SPI Information

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Please read before requesting for a sock puppet investigation
Sock Puppet Investigation (SPI) The sock puppet investigation page is for requesting an investigation as to whether two or more Wikipedia accounts are being abusively operated by the same person. Before opening an investigation, you need to have good reason to suspect sock puppetry:
  1. Evidence is required. When you open the investigation, you must immediately provide evidence that the suspected sock puppets are connected.
  2. The evidence will need to include diffs of edits that suggest the accounts are connected. (This requirement is waived if the edits in question are deleted; in this case just provide the names of the articles that both have been editing.)
  3. You must provide this evidence in a clear way. Vaguely worded submissions will not be investigated. You need to actually show why your suspicion that the accounts are connected is reasonable.

To request a Sock Puppet Investigation visit the Sock Puppet Investigation page and follow the instructions there.

Dispute resolution requests provides a central compilation of and an easy-access overview of noticeboards for dispute resolution, and details the various different methods used at each of the Wikipedia dispute resolution pages.


Article content

dispute resolution requests

Third opinion Noticeboards Requests for comment Dispute resolution noticeboard
Third opinion Specialised noticeboards Requests for comment Dispute resolution noticeboard
Request an outside opinion when there is a content dispute between only two users. Ask questions and request assistance from users familiar with the content policies and guidelines relevant to that noticeboard. Request input on a specific content issue from a broad number of uninvolved users. Have uninvolved volunteers facilitate a discussion about an ongoing content dispute.
Unsure which one to use? Check out our guide to dispute resolution, or ask at the talk page.


User conduct

dispute resolution requests

Edit warring noticeboard Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents Arbitration
Edit warring noticeboard Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents Arbitration Enforcement
Report editors who are repeatedly undoing others' edits to try to win a dispute. Request assistance from administrators and experienced editors regarding recent or ongoing misconduct by an editor. Request enforcement against a user who you feel is acting in breach of the remedies described in a closed arbitration case.
Unsure which one to use? Check out our guide to dispute resolution, or ask at the talk page.


Advanced disputes
Arbitration
Arbitration Cases
Apply to the Arbitration Committee for an examination and binding decision regarding a long-standing issue of misconduct after all other avenues of dispute resolution have been exhausted.

See also