The "Access to moderator tools" privilege page states:
You must wait for a question to be closed for 2 days before you can vote for deletion. This restriction is removed for trusted users. If you feel a post should be deleted despite having lots of votes or for being new, please flag it for community moderator attention.
And the "Perform trusted functions on the site" privilege page states:
Trusted users are allowed to perform trusted actions, including:
- Voting to delete questions immediately after they are closed (even if they are new)
However, neither of those statements is entirely accurate after the recent changes to delete voting:
Delete-voting within two days of closing is disabled on questions scoring -2 or above, regardless of the voter's reputation.
I think the -3 or worse requirement for immediate delete votes should be worked into the "Perform trusted functions on the site" privilege page, and perhaps mentioned in the "Access to moderator tools" one.