“Caldwell did an excellent job with theirs but I think they used a production company. We did it in-house with officers on our staff,” Allen said. They shot it on an iPhone.
In it, the chief arrives at work, dumps all the paper on his desk into the trash and then takes a nap. It’s clear he and his officers had a lot of fun making the video.
“Anything we can do to show police officers in a different light. We’re human too. We like to have fun,” Allen said.
The video features music from infamous 1980s lip syncers Milli Vanilli, and popular rappers MC Hammer and Vanilla Ice. Garden City took a light-hearted jab at Idaho State Police, when one officer says they don’t have to use Imagine Dragons in their video and another points to an ISP patrol car (ISP sang along “Thunder”).
The Bishop Foote House, which has served as a temporary residence for more than 100,000 St. Luke’s adult patients and their caregivers, will continue to serve that function in its new home on another part of the hospital campus.