We often get questions where the topics involve someone acting (either intentionally or accidentally) unprofessionally, and invariably these questions end up with controversial answers, and answers that include off topic opining about the politics, and/or person preferences, of the answering party.
This opining invariably leads to comment discussions and arguments which devolve into ad-hominim attacks, divisiveness, and general abuse of the be nice policy. And attempts to edit the answer to remove this content from the answer are usually rolled back and often create more problems.
I propose that we request a new post notice that reminds users of the be nice policy and informs users that answers to this question that include divisive opinion that is not directly answering the question may be deleted by the moderation team, and violations of the be nice policy may result in a suspension of privileges.
Questions we need answered:
Do we want this notice?
If yes What should the wording be?
Note: Since the Be Nice policy is always applicable, we need a wording that expresses that this question in particular is likely to be controversial/emotional/etc and so be extra-careful here.
If not why not?
Update: Here is the Meta Request - Request for a new post notice for The Workplace