If I was in charge of how missing persons casefiles were written everywhere

For clarity’s sake I hereby announce the following rules, effective immediately:

  1. For the purpose of missing person descriptions, the hair color “auburn” no longer exists. All MPs’ hair that was once listed as auburn shall now be classified as either brown or red.
  2. Similarly, the hair color “sandy” shall also be discarded and replaced by brown, blonde or red, depending on the shade.
  3. Tattoos, scars etc., shall not be said to be on the shoulder unless they are draped over the top of the shoulder like a strap. Instead they shall be listed as either on the back or on the upper arm, depending on exact placement of said mark.

4 thoughts on “If I was in charge of how missing persons casefiles were written everywhere

  1. Mia October 29, 2018 / 1:12 pm

    And no black eyes!

  2. Diamond Lil October 29, 2018 / 6:52 pm

    As a natural redhead/ginger
    auburn could never equal brown, imo.

    An Irish Setter doesn’t have a brown coat.

    On my driver’s license my hair color is listed as red. But to be more descriptive, medium auburn would do, in the sun it shines like a copper penny. I am not a carrot top or strawberry blonde.

    We in the redhead minority have a wide range of natural beautiful shades, like the unicorns we are.

  3. Patrick Kerrigan October 29, 2018 / 9:18 pm

    In my humble opinion hair color is important, especially in a description of someone. However, the hair color can and will change over a period of time. Also, how many f these young ones especially young women, have changed the natural color of their hair, or added highlights. So that might be important item to add to a person’s description.

    • Meaghan October 29, 2018 / 9:20 pm

      I dyed my hair red for twenty years, then went to brown, then bright pink for awhile, then reverted to my natural brown.

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