Challenges

  • Eric Fillman (Main) Interview 2
    • 00:13:36-00:17:04
      What challenges do you face in your job everyday? Law enforcement culture and not appearing to be holier than thou.
    • 00:17:04-00:20:10
      What do you view is the greatest challenge facing the OAG?
  • Hetrick Interview
    • 01:31:49-01:39:30
      What is the hardest part of your job in relation to this epidemic? A: Working with the families and their loss.
    • 01:39:30-01:43:30
      Final Remarks. Love the addict.
  • Jerry (Main) Interview
    • 00:19:49-00:20:47
      What challenges to you face on a day to day basis? Keeping up with trends.
  • Jennifer (Main) Interview
    • 00:02:40-00:03:16
      Do you like what you do?
    • 00:05:07-00:06:22
      Why did you take this job? What interested you?
    • 00:12:40-00:13:54
      What makes you proud of working for the Commonwealth?
    • 00:13:54-00:14:55
      Have been able to get invested in the people your working with?
    • 00:14:55-00:16:16
      What makes you proud to be an American?
    • 00:18:38-00:19:50
      What is the real big challenge you face in your job everyday?
    • 00:19:50-00:21:26
      What do think is the biggest challenge facing the OAG as an institution?
    • 00:21:26-00:22:36
      What do think is the biggest challenges that face Pennsylvania as a State?
  • Chira Kowalski
    • 00:04:34-00:06:28
      Did you want to be placed in Kensington?
    • 00:07:35-00:12:26
      How did the opioid epidemic effect your experience working at the library? The opioid issue grew from distracted needles to hearing sirens everyday to an issue that felt like an all time high. "There were days you'd be on the phone all day with 911"
    • 00:33:24-00:35:25
      Why do we need to change the stigma?
  • Dan & George
    • 00:23:36-00:25:46
      Science of opioid addiction. Treatment is life.
    • 00:25:46-00:30:14
      Major things currently fueling the epidemic.
    • 00:30:07-00:35:25
      Public perception of disease.
    • 01:06:25-01:09:09
      How should we be approaching this epidemic verses how are we?
  • Convery Interview
    • 00:23:55-00:24:43
      How has fentanyl changed the crisis?
    • 00:24:43-00:25:46
      Has fentanyl made the job harder?
    • 00:34:53-00:36:37
      Do you have any undercover officers? "They outnumber my officers"
    • 00:40:09-00:44:36
      Final Remarks.
  • Kensington
    • 00:43:44-00:54:18
      Interview of Officer Ginion inside squad car. Primary angle. Discussion: How long have you been with the Philadelphia Police Department (PPD)? You started here in Kensington? Whats one of the most surprising thing you've seen related to this epidemic? A: how long it took for people to realize the epidemic was an issue. Where are you from? Why do like being back here? Police division camaraderie. Civilian relationship. "Dip" real life example complete with gentlemen on opioids. Narcan training. Difference for heroin and any other drug. Difference that the bikes have made.
    • 01:17:23-01:25:30
      Encampment visit. Interview 3. Primary angle. Discussion: Walkthrough of the literal current setting. Available resources. Personal investment. What gives you hope during this epidemic. Personal investment.
  • John Dillensnyder3
    • 00:03:24-00:05:02
      What's the impact your organization has made?
    • 00:05:02-00:07:15
      What have you seen change?
    • 00:07:15-00:08:00
      Any new trends?
    • 00:24:05-00:25:02
      Are there other ways that you can give as part of wholistic recovery?
    • 00:25:02-00:26:06
      Personal nicotine addiction.
  • Charles Rocca
    • 00:09:14-00:15:10
      How can we as a community make this a better situation? "Having that conversation, knowing that there is help out there." 00:13:46- Personal connection to addiction. 00:14:24-Trailer/Teaser moment on the upside of recovery.
    • 00:15:10-00:17:17
      Final Remarks.
  • Emily Leonardo
    • 00:10:15-00:12:07
      Is there anything else you think that the people of Pennsylvania should know about what your doing?
  • Treatment Trends Video Clips 2
    • 00:00:00-00:01:08
      Video Clip 1: http://10.0.0.222/axleweb/files/axle/6ca65c84-dd46-408d-82b9-dcee16762a2e "We need to be uncomfortable because our disease of addiction is extremely comfortable." Second angle: http://10.0.0.222/axleweb/files/axle/362b9064-4fd8-40b5-87cc-1d68990b3609
  • OAG Podcast-S01E09B
    • 00:18:40-00:20:12
      On the theory social media is reflective on human nature.
    • 00:32:41-00:34:35
      Parents and understanding the effects of social media.
  • OAG-Podcast-S01E09A
    • 00:00:26-00:02:01
      Overview of Podcast topics by Anthony Luker.
    • 00:02:01-00:03:40
      Personal handling through parenting with young people and technology by Jon Nixon.
    • 00:05:35-00:07:52
      Technology and how it effects mental health. Example cyberbullying. "Our children are averaging between 7-9 hours a day on their device."
    • 00:07:23-00:09:07
      Personal parenting methods related to technology by Jon Nixon.
    • 00:09:07-00:10:22
      Perception of what's necessary to help young people and technology from an educational view to a parents' view.
    • 00:10:22-00:11:36
      Thoughts on "Old school downtime." Downtime without the technology, example going outside.
    • 00:11:36-00:13:42
      How titans of tech (Bill Gates, Steve Jobs) limit technology from their own kids.
    • 00:13:42-00:15:15
      Challenges of staying ahead of regulating technology in kids. It's harder to impose regulations if freedom has been the way of life.
    • 00:16:55-00:18:24
      Technological change between generation.
    • 00:18:24-00:20:48
      Difference between Generation Z pre tweens and teens.
    • 00:22:08-00:23:19
      personal example of setting technological boundaries from millennial David Corbin and Anthony Luker.
    • 00:23:19-00:25:17
      Thoughts on multi-tasking a conversation while being on your phone.
    • 00:25:17-00:26:00
      The educational system and technology.
    • 00:26:00-00:26:12
      End of section.
    • 00:26:12-00:26:34
      Section 2 Intro. Quick fast facts segment.
    • 00:29:46-00:30:00
      Section 2 Intro. Quick fast facts segment. (Segment redo)
    • 00:34:11-00:34:30
      Section 2 Intro. Quick fast facts segment. (Segment redo again)
    • 00:34:30-00:34:39
      Overview of Podcast topics by Anthony Luker. Fast facts alert. Second redo.
    • 00:40:44-00:43:00
      Personal perception and experience with technology (music) and school/workplace by David Corbin.
    • 00:43:36-00:44:53
      Personal experience with technology as a distraction in school/workplace by David Corbin.
    • 00:44:53-00:45:16
      Technology and self awareness.
    • 00:45:16-00:47:24
      Difference in opinion on technology (music) as a distraction.
    • 00:48:27-00:48:52
      Technology and regulation and moderation.
    • 00:48:52-00:50:05
      How has the information age changed parenting? Answered by Anthony Luker.
  • OAG-Podcast-S01E05
    • 00:02:23-00:03:19
      Why are we addressing the senior scam issue today more than in the past.
    • 00:10:33-00:11:31
      Information on scammers. "They're anybody nowadays."
    • 00:14:32-00:16:21
      Normalization of data mining and privacy breaches.
    • 00:16:21-00:19:58
      Additional scam types by Jerry Mitchel. Family emergency and contractor scams.
    • 00:19:58-00:21:26
      OAG resources against Senior scams.
    • 00:21:26-00:22:43
      Solutions and take aways from Senior scam topic.
    • 00:22:43-00:30:29
      Additional scam types by Jerry Mitchel.
    • 00:30:29-00:37:13
      What should people look for and to prevent to scams. "These people are evil."
    • 00:37:13-00:38:56
      Who do you contact if you're a victim of a scam.
    • 00:38:56-00:40:07
      Final and closing remarks.
  • OAG-Podcast-S01E04
    • 00:01:31-00:03:29
      Overdose in the current drug crisis in Pennsylvania from Heroin to Fentanyl.
    • 00:04:30-00:06:27
      Treatment ideas and the challenges of recovery.
    • 00:05:35-00:06:30
      Drug lacing awareness in todays epidemic and prevalence in Pennsylvania. When even taking drugs recreationally-"You run the risk of having it be cut with this really really bad drug of fentanyl.
    • 00:06:30-00:07:23
      Story from Jerry Mitchell of young man you who overdosed on drugs that he was unaware were laced.
    • 00:07:23-00:08:35
      Drug awareness today and current drug evolution. With the prevalence of drug lacing you don't know what your getting. "We've now reached a time where experimenting is not something that will leave your in 4, 6 to 8 hours.
    • 00:08:35-00:09:20
      OAG and drug awareness in the current drug crisis.
    • 00:09:20-00:10:13
      Responsibility and endangerment during drug use. "You could a lot of people in really compromising positions where you could take their own lives."
    • 00:10:13-00:12:00
      Drug laced candy and awareness from kids.
    • 00:12:00-00:13:35
      Parenting in todays drug crisis and prevalence of drug lacing in places such as candy. "Now I'm gonna have to have another conversation with my kids."
    • 00:13:35-00:14:21
      Overall prevalence of drug lacing in todays drug crisis.
    • 00:14:21-00:15:16
      Whats flakka? A: A new version of bath salt.
    • 00:15:16-00:19:15
      Who how do we regulate the laced drug issue. Parenting advice for drug lacing.
    • 00:19:15-00:21:46
      End of segment recap.
  • OAG-Podcast-S01E03
    • 00:00:00-00:00:28
      Intro
    • 00:00:28-00:01:26
      Background on bullying and cyberbullying specifically.
    • 00:01:26-00:02:46
      Why CYBERbullying?
    • 00:03:46-00:04:42
      Practical issues with cyberbullying example breadcrumb trail.
    • 00:04:42-00:06:16
      What exactly is cyberbullying where does is mostly occur?
    • 00:06:16-00:07:32
      Examples of cyberbullying from Jerry Mitchell.
    • 00:07:32-00:08:26
      Seeking help as a young person who is a victim of cyberbullying.
    • 00:08:26-00:12:24
      Personal experience with bullying from both Corbin and Jerry.
    • 00:12:24-00:14:30
      The effects of bullying.
    • 00:14:30-00:14:59
      Bullying and suicide.
    • 00:14:59-00:15:57
      Current pressure on todays youths.
    • 00:15:57-00:17:58
      Current trends on cyberbullying.
    • 00:17:58-00:20:33
      Thoughts on how marketable negativity is especially online.
    • 00:20:33-00:21:54
      Examples of instances of cyberbullying.
    • 00:21:54-00:23:01
      Perspective on the effects of bullying on the bully from David Corbin. "No one come's out winning."
    • 00:23:01-00:26:08
      The effects of cyberbullying on everyday life. "Work opportunities, social relationships. All this is going to be effected. Because people are going to look there online and see what kind of conduct they have."
    • 00:26:08-00:27:59
      What can parents and educators do to A. Identify bullying, and B. Deal with bullying in the cyber space.
    • 00:27:59-00:30:25
      Perspective on how unnecessary bullying is for the bully.
    • 00:30:25-00:33:46
      Parenting and technology regulation in order to combat cyberbullying.
    • 00:33:46-00:35:19
      Parenting advice: Drafting an anti-bullying document for kids and parents.
    • 00:35:19-00:36:52
      Final thoughts from Jerry Mitchell.
    • 00:36:52-00:38:53
      End of segment recap.
  • Catholic Church: Victims Rally
    • 00:05:23-00:10:42
      Marcy Hamilton Victims rally speech. -Window for justice 7:27- ''Thank you to these giants....for validating the victims" 8:07 - Grand Jury report "We got lobbyist, who lobbied for 13 years"
    • 00:10:42-00:16:14
      Rachel's story 14:37-"How much are your children worth"
    • 00:16:14-00:19:50
      Jamie Dancher's story
    • 00:19:50-00:25:55
      Senator Rafferty
    • 00:25:55-00:30:33
      Senator Leach
    • 00:30:33-00:37:53
      Senator Hughs
    • 00:37:53-00:48:20
      Jennifer Storm
    • 00:48:20-00:51:08
      Jennifer Storm on OAG efforts.
    • 00:51:08-00:54:42
      Marry McKale 00:00:53-"If you don't vote for the bill..you're standing with the predator."
    • 00:54:42-00:59:05
      Sean Dockerty 00:00:56-"We're not allowed to offend anybody, but everybody offends us."
    • 00:59:05-01:05:33
      Sean Dockerty military story 00:01:04-"Your either gonna stand with us, or we're gonna show the world that you stand with pedophiles."
    • 01:05:33-01:09:13
      Governor Tom Wolf
    • 01:09:13-01:14:14
      Francis Wolf
    • 01:14:14-
      Attorney General Josh Shapiro