The "See it, say it, sorted" announcements on your trains appear to be incorrect; they sound like "See it, say it, sort it", which implies that people are expected to "sort it" themselves which I don't think is the idea of the campaign.
Still goes on and drives us all insane....never apologise for the train being late overcrowded etc but always its see it say it....etc.
Hi Tim, the 'See it, Say it, Sorted' campaign is a nationwide campaign to encourage railway passengers to report anything unusual, in association with the Department of Transport and the British Transport Police. We have met with the DfT and have passed on customer feedback. We have also offered to participate in any review of the current security announcement approach that they might consider.
I'd love to know how many people have actually reported anything in the months since this has been running, SWR does now seem to have a marginally less annoying voice making these announcements, which is an improvement, I suppose. It's just a pity they aren't so keen to have an announcement about why your train is 15 minutes late when you're standing on a icy platform at 7am
I agree, the more "useful" announcements like when the delayed train might rock up is non -xistent but non-useful (and patronising!!) announcements like "See it, Say it..." or "hold on to the handrail..." and "don't run", "stand behind the yellow line", "don't forget your belongings" are on a loop! Drives me insane!