|This page documents a Miraheze global policy, this policy follows consensus and/or Staff guidelines. All Miraheze users should follow it, and changes made to it should be discussed on the talk page.|
Miraheze's Counter Vandalism Team is a group of volunteer users dedicated to cleaning up vandalism and preventing it when possible. Anyone may act as part of the CVT as long as they play the part, but the official team currently consists of users elected as Stewards and Global Sysops.
Stewards have global access to read private wikis, as well as access to CheckUser or oversight tools, while Global Sysops do not have access to any of these.
If you have an issue with a lock/block made by a CVT member, or you need to request one you can email cvtmiraheze.org (which is received by Global Sysops and Stewards)
S'il y a consensus, un wiki peut demander à opt out de intervention des administrateurs globaux. Les Stewards doivent être notifiés sur le tableaux de bord des stewards une fois que la discussion locale est terminée, afin qu'ils puissent évaluer le consensus local et effectuer le changement nécessaire demandé par le wiki. Il n'est cependant pas possible de se retirer de l'intervention des Stewards.
A list of CVT member's actions is located on cvtwiki. The page is on the read whitelist and visible to all users.
== Members == === Stewards ===
See this page for a list of Stewards' global permissions
See this page for a list of Stewards
=== Global Sysops ===
See this page for a list of Global Sysops' global permissions
See this page for a list of Global Sysops
== See also ==
Stewards - to read more about the specific permissions and scope of Stewards
Global Sysops - to read more about the specific permissions and scope of Global Sysops