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.
I think these announcements were bought on the cheap. They were originally created for primarily school children in an attempt to make sure they flushed the toilets after use. But the head teachers felt they were too patronising.
Haha :D Yes, probably as they are so patronising "See it, Say it..." or "hold on to the handrail..." and "don't run", "stand behind the yellow line", "don't forget your belongings" on a loop. Just waiting for "don't forget to wipe yourself and wash your hands"!