See It, Say It, Sorted

In the March issue of The Critic, our favorite doctor takes issue with the newest inane British police slogan meant to reassure an increasingly doubtful general public.

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See it, say it, sorted: what does “sorted” mean in the context of the British police? If the experience of countless millions is anything to go by, it means “sorted” as far as the police are concerned, that is to say an incident is given, often somewhat reluctantly, a crime number. 

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