Why his area of Philadelphia is the center of the drug crises. Trailer/teaser moments
Why is Philadelphia so effected by the opioid epidemic? A: Philadelphia is known to have the best drug market draws in people from all over, nationally.
Are there other players in the drug market that people don't talk about?
How do you go about arresting drug "landlords"?
How quickly do dealers get replaced? Specifically the head of a drug ring? effectiveness of bikes.
Mentality of the rookies in relation to rapid growth.
Insight on how drug dealers manufacture the product.
Has fentanyl made the job harder?
Where do you guys do the handle in the Law Enforcement process?
Do you have any undercover officers? "They outnumber my officers"
Similar to the bikes, are there any other initiatives that give you hope?
B-Roll. Morning POV shot of squad car driving to destination.
B-Roll. Additional POV shot of squad car driving to destination. Shots of people. Shot of gentlemen baiting police officer. Shots of tents from with squad car.
B-Roll. Literal street view of epidemic effect. Encampment visit. Trash. Opioid users. Tents/Living conditions Ambulance
B-Roll. Additional POV shot of squad car driving to destination. Good dramatic shots of police car flashing lights. Philadelphia police crest shot.
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.
B-Roll. Kensington street view. Officers, offendent, and Bike-Officers. Officer Ginion walk through of situation and or standard procedure.
Philadelphia police officer Ginion street interview, Primary angle. Discussion: Impact of bike officers. Rookie process. Walkthrough of the literal current setting.
Interview of Officer Ginion inside squad car. Primary angle. Discussion: Similar to bikes, do think there are initiatives that are working? Last Stop recovery initiatives. Which demographics does this epidemic effect? A: All
B-Roll. Additional POV shot of squad car driving to destination. Good dramatic shots of police car flashing lights. Philadelphia police building shot.
Relationships to treatment trends.
About the process of law enforcement teaming up with community organization.
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.
Additional responsibilities. 00:08:00- "It's the job of my dreams."
Bridging the gap between the people and law enforcement. Relationship with Allentown Police Department.
Perspective on not being able to arrest our way out of this epidemic.
Perspective on wishing we could love our way out of this epidemic.
What's grey death?
Who do you contact if you're a victim of a scam.
Drug lacing in the current drug crisis.
OAG and drug awareness in the current drug crisis.
Legal ramifications of cyberbullying. Specifically Pennsylvania.
Practical issues with cyberbullying example breadcrumb trail.
Final thoughts from Jerry Mitchell.
End of segment recap.