tick and flick
 n.— «Unallocated offenders are expected to report to a community justice office, where a duty officer, usually with little knowledge of them, ticks them off after asking basic questions—a process known as “tick and flick.”» —“Violent offenders unsupervised” by Amanda O’Brien The Australian (Perth) Apr. 10, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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