Wikipedia:WikiProject Law Enforcement/Article assessment

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Welcome to the article assessment subpage of the Law Enforcement WikiProject. This subpage focuses on assessing the quality of Wikipedia's law enforcement articles. The resulting article ratings are used within the project to aid in recognizing excellent contributions and identifying topics in need of further work.

This subpage can be used both to request assessments of articles that you have created and that lie in the scope of this wikiproject, and to provide a sense of what the ratings mean, and how they should be applied. Please note, all unassessed articles are entered into the unassessed category linked below, however if you particularly wish your article to be assessed quickly, then please feel free to add it to the list at the very bottom of this page.

Assessing[edit]

The {{WPLE}} template has a class= parameter that provides an article assessment rating:

{{WPLE| class=??? }}

The following values may be used for the parameter. Please note that you must type them exactly as below as they are case-sensitive:

  • NA (for pages where assessment is unnecessary)

The class should be assigned according to the grading scheme. If a rating is not assigned, the article will be filed in Category:Unassessed Law enforcement articles. If you think it will help, please add a comment on the talk page with your assessment to help other users with editing.

Articles requesting assessment[edit]

  1. Royal Cayman Islands Police Service - previously assessed as "stub", but now developed further. - Still a stub.
  2. Raytown Police Department - Just added to Wikipedia. - Still C class.
  3. Cyprus Police - Was assessed as stub in 2007 but has been edited extensively since. - C class.
  4. Master-at-Arms - Was assessed as a Start-Class. I would like this page to be peer reviewed again due to extensive content changes. Taotaomona1977 (talk) 10:29, 1 May 2014 (UTC)
  5. New article