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The Chronology of the Clearwater Police Department's Hispanic Outreach Programs

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The influx of Hispanics into the City of Clearwater starts to receive media attention, as evidenced by two news stories in the St. Petersburg Times: "Voice Builds for Growing Hispanic Population" about Alex Emmanuelli and UNO Federation of Community Services, and "INS New Strategy: mass firings" about sweeps of Hispanic workers conducted by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service in Clearwater. August 1998
The City's newly formed inter-departmental Hispanic Task Force meets for the first time to deal with issues associated with the city’s booming Hispanic population. 5/24/99
The City’s first annual "Uno Festival," a celebration of the diverse cultures of Latin America, is held in Coachman Park. The festival is sponsored by Uno Federation Community Services, Inc., City of Clearwater, and St. Petersburg Junior College. 9/17-18/99
The Clearwater Police Department submits a request to the Executive Office for Weed and Seed for approval of a Weed and Seed FY 1999 grant budget amendment to provide funding for crime prevention and translation programs for the Hispanic community. The request is approved and the department begins to develop two new programs, one utilizing Spanish-speaking police officers for translation and crime prevention activities and the other to be contracted with an outside social service agency for a pool of translators. 2/3/00
More media attention is given to Hispanic issues with two stories in local newspapers: "Tired of Being Victims, Illegal Immigrants Speak Up" in the St. Petersburg Times, and "Problems with illegal immigration continue in Pinellas County" in the Clearwater Gazette & Beach Views. February 2000
The Clearwater Police Department submits a grant application for PROJECT NEXT STEP under the 2000 SAAB/Drug Control and System Improvement Grant Program. The project will provide a mobile base for Clearwater’s community policing activities by utilizing a 38-40 foot motor vehicle that will be equipped with an array of television, video, and computer equipment. Many of these community policing activities, including drug and alcohol education, domestic violence education, etc., will be targeted at the Hispanic community 5/1/00
The Clearwater Police Department submits its FY 2000 Weed and Seed Grant Application. The proposed program will create an Hispanic Outreach Services Center in Clearwater’s Weed and Seed area offering victim advocacy, crime prevention, and translation services. 6/16/00
A delegation of government officials from the state of Hidalgo, Mexico visits Clearwater to meet with city, police and community leaders. Hidalgo is the native home to many of Clearwater’s Hispanic immigrants (See St. Petersburg Times article). 6/16/00
The Clearwater Police Department meets with the Regional Community Policing Institute (RCPI) to discuss Clearwater’s Hispanic Initiative. It is decided that a "focus group" consisting of Hispanic community leaders should be held in order to determine the direction the City’s initiative should take that will best serve the needs of the Hispanic community. RCPI also announces it will fund the production of a video documentary about Clearwater’s Hispanic Initiative. 7/14/00
The Clearwater City Commission approves the purchase of a $189,985 mobile command vehicle for the police department’s PROJECT NEXT STEP, which will provide community policing services to the Hispanic community. 7/20/00
Chief Sid Klein and Deputy Chief Dewey Williams of the Clearwater Police Department meet with Father Eduardo Wal of St. Cecelia’s Catholic Church, Julia Forman of the Hispanic Ministry, and Jose Vidales, lay leader for the Hispanic Congregation, regarding St. Cecelia’s participation in the Hispanic Initiative. St. Cecelia’s is already providing a number of services to meet the spiritual, social and economic needs of Clearwater’s Hispanic community. 7/24/00
The RCPI submits a draft proposal to appropriate $40,000 to the Clearwater Police Department to create a video documentary highlighting successful community policing partnerships between the department and its local Hispanic community. The video will showcase best practices, lessons learned, and examine the cultural background of Hispanic citizens, including their experience with police in their native countries. The video will help community police officers in the U.S. to better understand and relate to the Hispanic community. It will be available for duplication through the RCPI network for police departments wishing to establish and build upon their relationship with Hispanic communities. 7/26/00
The Clearwater Police Department unveils its new overtime translation program for off-duty Spanish-speaking police officers. The program, which is funded through the department’s Weed and Seed grant, will fund overtime for the call-out of off-duty, bilingual officers to translate at crime, incident, and accident scenes. The program will also fund the assignment of off-duty Spanish-speaking officers to identified Hispanic events in the City to serve as "community liaison officers" to the Hispanic community. 7/28/00
Deputy Chief Dewey Williams, accompanied by Randy Hardison, Television Coordinator for the Clearwater Police Department, travel to the State of Hidalgo, Mexico to visit with public safety and other governmental officials there. 8/12-16/00
The Clearwater Police Department and the YWCA of Tampa Bay enter into an agreement to develop and implement a program that will provide interpretation/translation for Spanish-speaking persons in the City’s Weed and Seed target area. 8/15/00
The Clearwater Police Department hosts the City’s first Hispanic citizen focus group meeting at Caramba’s Restaurant. The 3-hour dinner meeting was well attended by local Hispanic business owners and civic leaders who participated in an open discussion with police on the public safety needs and concerns of Clearwater’s Hispanic citizens. Representatives of the YWCA of Tampa Bay and the Regional Community Policing Institute were also present and explained their role in the police department’s Hispanic Initiative. The meeting marked the beginning of a continuing dialogue between the Hispanic community and the police department. Additional meetings will be scheduled in the upcoming months to involve more of the Hispanic population. 9/11/00
A crowd of 1,500 Mexican immigrants celebrate Mexican Independence Day at the Harborview Center in Clearwater. The event, which was sponsored by the Organizacion Consejo Hidalguense and local Mexican businesses, was attended by representatives of the Clearwater Police Department, including Deputy Chief Dewey Williams. The Mexican government also assisted by sending 36 artists, musicians and folk dancers to provide entertainment at the free event. 9/16/00
In an article entitled "Embracing Immigrants", The St. Petersburg Times reports that the "get tough" policies of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) may be coming to an end as a result of what it calls a "hot economy" and a scarcity of workers. According to the Times, the Tampa office for INS has shifted away from work site enforcement of immigration laws and now concentrates on tracking immigrants with criminal records. 9/17/00
Bilingual incentive pay ($50 biweekly) is incorporated into the Fraternal Order of Police union contract for Clearwater police officers who are designated as certified bilingual in Spanish in accordance with department specifications. The incentive pay is intended to serve as a recruitment incentive and to compensate those officers who are fluent in Spanish for the translation work they perform over and above their normal duties. 10/1/00
The 2nd Annual UNO Latin Festival, co-sponsored by UNO and the City of Clearwater, is held at Coachman Park in downtown Clearwater. The festival is a celebration of Latin heritage and culture featuring Latin music, entertainment, crafts, and food. 10/6-7/00
A follow-up letter is sent to all of the participants of the Hispanic citizen focus group meeting held at Caramba’s Restaurant on September 11th, along with a compilation of the concerns and priorities expressed at the meeting. Some of those concerns include the following: police department should seek more involvement in local Hispanic events; City should publicize government and police programs for Hispanics; police need to resolve problems that have arisen regarding acceptance of legitimate Mexican Consulate identification cards; police need to clarify their role in immigration issues; City should assist Hispanics to become U.S. citizens; police should establish a Police Athletic League for Hispanic soccer; City should create Hispanic community center; police should train officers in Hispanic culture; police should conduct bicycle safety workshops; police should attend Mexican Consulate’s meetings at St. Cecelia’s Church. 10/13/00
Clearwater Police Department’s monthly cable television show, Blueline CPD, airs live on C-View Channel 15, on the Time Warner system. The show examines the impact of the city’s increasing Hispanic population on police and government services. Chief of Police Sid Klein, Deputy Chief Dewey Williams, and City Auditor Robin Gomez field live questions from the television audience regarding the Hispanic Initiative and other police issues. 10/18/00
Clearwater City Commission approves an agreement with the YWCA of Tampa Bay for provision of advocacy services for Hispanics, including services for Hispanic crime victims, as part of the police department’s Hispanic Services Outreach Program. 11/2/00
Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias, in his first assignment as the Clearwater Police Department’s newly appointed Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer, attends the awards ceremony for the local Hispanic basketball and soccer league and participates in the award of trophies. The event is attended by several representatives of the Mexican community. Officer Farias spent much of the month of December meeting with Hispanic business owners and citizens. 12/16/00
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias attends the grand opening of Las Ramblas on Cleveland Street in downtown Clearwater, a new restaurant and dance theater owned and operated by Joaquin and Josefina Salcido, a dancing duo who had a long-running television show in Mexico. 12/20/00
The YWCA of Tampa Bay and the Police Department begin the first orientation and training session for the newly hired pool of interpreters who will provide interpretation/translation at crime and incident scenes for the police department. The training, conducted by YWCA and Clearwater Police Department staff, consists of two nights per week for one month and covers an array of topics, including an overview of the criminal justice system, cultural competence, police department protocols/procedures, health and safety, and stress management. The interpreters will be utilized beginning February 1, 2001, on an on-call basis and will respond to situations for Spanish translations as needed to assist law enforcement in Clearwater's Weed and Seed area. 1/8/01
Luis E. Baron, editor of Guia del Golfo magazine conducted an interview with Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias for an article featuring Clearwater's Hispanic Initiative and Officer Farias. 1/11/01
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias attends the opening games of the Hispanic soccer league season. Officer Farias met with a number of the players and their families and explained Clearwater's Hispanic Initiative to them. 1/28/01
Graduation ceremonies were held at the YWCA for the class of new interpreters who will assist police by providing interpretation/translation for Spanish-speaking persons. The month-long training concluded with a simulated traffic crash involving real police officers and firefighters, a Spanish-speaking citizen, and the interpreters. Effective February 1, 2001, the interpreters will be on call 24 hours a day via pager and will respond to police incidents within 30 minutes. 1/31/01
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias attends a reorganization meeting of the "Organizacion Consejo Mexicana" at St. Petersburg Junior College. 2/3/01
Chief Sid Klein and Deputy Chief Dewey Williams meet with Martin Torres, Chief Consul of the Mexican Consulate in Orlando, Florida to discuss issues that impact the Mexican community. Mr. Torres is also interviewed for Clearwater's video documentary about the Hispanic Initiative. 2/8/01
In the first month of operation of Clearwater's Spanish interpretation program, the civilian interpreters were utilized 12 times. All feedback about the program from both police officers and the interpreters is positive. A total of 15 civilian interpreters are currently being utilized for the program. 3/3/01
An open house and ribbon cutting is held at the YWCA of Tampa Bay's Hispanic Program and Services Center in the Weed and Seed area. The event is well attended by members of the Hispanic community, City of Clearwater elected officials, and police department officials and police officers. The Center will offer a variety of services to the Hispanic community - many of them funded through Weed and Seed - including victim advocacy, translation and interpretation, and youth leadership programs. 3/15/01
City of Clearwater Neighborhood Services Department hosts "Hispanic Community Information Day" at Philip Jones Field in Clearwater's Weed and Seed neighborhood. The event, which was attended by approximately 300 people, highlighted local community organizations and programs to benefit Clearwater's Hispanic community. 3/25/01
The UNO Federation holds its first annual Hispanic Film Festival in Clearwater 5/4 - 6/1/01
Clearwater submits its completed video documentary, Joining Hands – Operation Apoyo Hispano, to the RCPI. The video documentary highlights successful community policing partnerships between the Clearwater Police Department and its local Hispanic community. The RCPI will make the video available nationwide to police departments wishing to establish and build upon their relationship with Hispanic communities. 5/9/01
The Clearwater Police Department, in conjunction with the City's Human Resources Department, developed and administered the first bilingual assessment test to a new police officer. This test will determine if officers are sufficiently fluent in Spanish to receive bilingual incentive pay (see chronology entry of 10/1/00). 5/18/01
The Clearwater Police Department releases a new brochure that has been translated into Spanish and describes the legal rights and remedies for victims of domestic violence. The brochure will be distributed to police officers and interpreters for use with Spanish-speaking domestic violence victims. 5/18/01
Clearwater Police Department's monthly cable television show, Blueline CPD, features "Apoyo Hispano", Clearwater's Hispanic Initiative. The show offers information about how the Department is dealing with the growing Hispanic population in Clearwater and the programs that it has implemented to address the needs of Hispanics. The RCPI video Joining Hands – Operation Apoyo Hispano, is featured. 6/20/01
The Spanish language version of Clearwater's video documentary, Joining Hands - Operation Apoyo Hispano, debuts. The video documentary is scheduled to be rebroadcast a number of times during the months of July and August 2001. 7/19/01
At the invitation of the Mexican Consulate, Clearwater police officers, including the two Officer Friendly's and the Hispanic Liaison Officer, presented a morning of safety information to a group of approximately 25 Mexican children at a day camp held at St. Cecelia's Church. 7/31/01
"Fiesta in the Park" is held in Coachman Park. The fiesta served as a celebration of Colombian culture and music. Bilingual Clearwater police officers were on hand to meet with the mostly Hispanic crowd. 8/4/01
City of Clearwater and the Clearwater Police Department hosted a Public/Hispanic Safety Day (Dia de Seguridad Publico) at St. Cecelia's Church in Clearwater. Morton Plant Mease, Turley Family Heath Center, The Haven Domestic Violence Shelter, Clearwater Fire Department, Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, Fiesta Mexicana Radio, Sunstar Medical Response, and Clearwater police officers participated in the event which was aimed at raising awareness of public safety services for the Hispanic community. 9/9/01
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement awards a Byrne State and Local Law Enforcement Formula Grant in the amount of $65,000 to Clearwater Police for provision of victim advocacy, interpreter and crime prevention services to the Hispanic community in Clearwater. The Police Department will partner with the YWCA to implement the program and will also provide the $21,667 cash match required for the grant. 10/3/01
The YWCA of Tampa Bay, Inc. is awarded $165,000 in grant funding by the Allegany Franciscan Foundation for the creation and operation of a Hispanic community service center in Clearwater to be known as "Centro Apoyo Latino" (Latin Outreach Center). The YWCA's grant application was submitted in partnership with the Clearwater Police Department and specified that the Police Department would provide financial and in-kind support for the project. 10/19/01
Clearwater City Commission approves a lease agreement to the YWCA of Tampa Bay, Inc. for the premises located at 612 Franklin Street, Clearwater, Florida, for a period of five years at a rental of $1.00 per year and the expenditure of $50,000 in Police Department Safe Neighborhood Funds for renovations to the building. The new Latin Outreach Center will be housed at this location and will offer bilingual child care services, interpreter and victim advocacy services, health prevention outreach and nutrition education services, as well as office space for the Police Department's Hispanic Outreach Officer and the Mexican Consulate. 11/1/01
Spanish language classes for Clearwater Police employees to begin on November 6. The police officers will attend 10 classes of 2 hours duration each at the Clearwater Police Department's main headquarters building. The Police Department will provide the textbooks for the Spanish class and the City of Clearwater will reimburse the officers for the cost of the classes through the City's tuition reimbursement program. 11/6/01
Clearwater Police Department donates $50,000 in confiscated drug money to the YWCA of Tampa Bay for renovation of the new Latin Outreach Center. 12/10/01
Clearwater City Commission approves acceptance of a Byrne State and Local Law Enforcement grant in the amount of $65,000 from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. The grant will fund interpreter and advocacy services for Hispanics to be provided by the YWCA of Tampa Bay. 12/10/01
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias attends a grand opening of a new Mexican Restaurant/Grocery Store in Clearwater. Officer Farias spoke to a crowd of approximately 600 people about new state laws regarding driver's licenses and how they will impact undocumented Hispanic immigrants. Officer Farias also distributed toys to children at the event.
12/24/01
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias attends a meeting at Joe DiMaggio Field in Clearwater. Approximately 300 people attend the meeting along with local business owners, Hispanic radio stations, and Catholic Charities, which was held to discuss driver's license and identification issues relating to immigrants in post-September 11th Florida.
3/3/2002
A 40-year-old Cuban man was arrested and charged with Scheming to Defraud others after he cheated a number of Mexican-descent Clearwater residents out of more than $51,000, having promised them counterfeit immigration papers and other exchanges of property and services for money, none of which he provided. News Release
4/24/2002
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias attends a meeting at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church in Clearwater to discuss driver's license and identification issues. Approximately 500 people attend the meeting.
4/14/2002
Clearwater Police Department participates in a "Hispanic Summit" sponsored by the Allegany Franciscan Foundation and Juvenile Welfare Board at the Harborview Center in Clearwater. The summit was attended by community agencies, health providers, city and county government, local businesses and the religious community and addressed trends in the area of human service issues, housing and legal challenges.
6/3/2002
Clearwater Police Department participates in the second "Hispanic Summit" sponsored by the Allegany Franciscan Foundation in Clearwater. The summit was held at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church and was again attended by community agencies, health providers, city and county government, local businesses and the religious community. Topics discussed included education, health care, faith community, law enforcement, child care and domestic violence. Deputy Chief Dewey Williams of the Clearwater Police Department was a presenters at the summit.
7/31/2002
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement awards a second year of grant funding to Clearwater under the Byrne State and Local Law Enforcement Formula Grant Program. The grant, in the amount of $68,794, will be utilized to provide victim advocacy, interpreter and crime prevention services to the Hispanic community in Clearwater. Clearwater will partner with the YWCA to implement the program and will also provide the $22,932 cash match required for the grant.
9/5/2002
Clearwater Police Department is notified that its Hispanic Initiative will be featured in a grant-funded research project being conducted by the University of Nebraska. The research project will focus on police-sponsored Hispanic outreach programs, which at this time, according to the University of Nebraska, includes only 12 programs nationwide. A copy of the final report will be forwarded to Clearwater upon completion of the research project.
10/9/2002
The Police Professionalism Initiative of the University of Nebraska cited the Clearwater Police Department's Operation Apoyo Hispano partnership program as a model police community outreach program in a published research paper entitled, "Police Outreach to the Hispanic/Latino Community; A Survey of Programs and Activities". The full report is available at http://www.policeaccountability.org/hispanoutreach.htm
November 2002
Grand opening ceremonies were held for the YWCA/City of Clearwater Hispanic Outreach Center, a one-stop facility providing bi-lingual child care; victim advocacy and interpreter services; English For Speakers of Other Languages classes; health and nutrition services; a multi-purpose training center; and offices for both the Mexican Consulate and the government of the state of Hidalgo, Mexico. The facility is located at 612 Franklin Street, adjacent to the Clearwater Police Department's main headquarters.
11/21/2002
The YWCA/City of Clearwater begins the first session of a ten-week Conversational Spanish class at the new Hispanic Outreach Center for City of Clearwater employees and community outreach professionals. This class will teach Spanish culture and conversation and is directed towards working with the Hispanic community both in person and on the phone.
2/11/2003
The YWCA unveils a state of the art Child Development Center located in the new Hispanic Outreach Center. The center is open from 6:30 am until 6:00 pm and includes the following services: bilingual/multilingual staff; breakfast, hot lunch and nutritious snacks; acceptance of Coordinated Child Care; ESOL classes; and youth development programs.
2/25/2003
Clearwater Mayor Brian Aungst and City Commissioners Bill Jonson and Frank Hibbard are joined by City Auditor Robin Gomez and Deputy Police Chief Dewey Williams in welcoming Governor Manuel Nunez Soto, Governor of the State of Hidalgo, Mexico. Governor Nunez was in the Tampa Bay area to sign an agreement with the University of South Florida (USF) initiating a joint research project conducted by USF and the University of Hidalgo on the migration phenomenon from Hidalgo to the Clearwater area. Discussion with City of Clearwater staff focused on economic and trade opportunities between the two regions as well as how both governments can assist each other in serving Clearwater's Hispanic population.
2/28/2003
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias travels to Hidalgo, Mexico at the invitation of Governor Manuel Angel Nunez Soto. The visit was a continuation of the partnership between the Clearwater Police Department and Government of Hidalgo. Officer Farias visited several police stations, presented certificates of graduation at the police academy, addressed the academy's graduating class, participated in a "shoot-don't shoot" simulation, and accompanied Hidalgo police officers out on patrol.
5/26-31/2003
Deputy Chief Dewey Williams travels to Charlotte, NC to accept the 2003 Program Excellence Award from the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) in recognition of the Clearwater Police Department's Operation Apoyo Hispano. The ICMA's annual award is bestowed on communities and their administrators for their creative and successful programs.
9/22/2003
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias is awarded the YWCA of Tampa Bay’s Humanitarian Award for outstanding leadership, commitment and advocacy for the elimination of discrimination of any kind. 11/21/03
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias attends a meeting at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church in Clearwater to address concerns regarding Florida drivers licenses, identification cards and false documentation. Approximately 350 Hispanic residents were in attendance. 11/30/03
Chief Sid Klein and Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias travel to Atlanta to make a presentation about Operation Apoyo Hispano before the National Civic League All American City Award Committee.  Apoyo Hispano was a central part of the City’s application for the award; the City was among 48 finalists for the award. 6/9-13/04
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias travels to San Antonio, Texas to make a presentation about Operation Apoyo Hispano before the Texas Regional Community Policing Institute (TRCPI). 6/13-17/04
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias participates in a Public Safety Day event for local Hispanic children.  7/14/04
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias is awarded the Centennial Service Award for Professional Excellence by the Rotary Club of Clearwater Beach for his work in connection with Clearwater’s Hispanic Outreach Center. 8/19/04
Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias is featured in an article published in the Spanish-language weekly newspaper, Sie7eDias.  The article highlights Officer Farias’ activities with the Hispanic Outreach Center. 9/2/04
During September 2004, Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer Billy (Guillermo) Farias gives presentations to students and faculty at Clearwater High School, Hispanic/Latino Coalition in Sarasota, at a Human Trafficking workshop co-sponsored by the U.S. Attorney’s Office and Catholic Charities in St. Petersburg, and to visiting officials from Macedonia (former Republic of Yugoslavia). 9/04
The Hispanic Outreach Program and partnership between the YWCA and the City of Clearwater Police Departme is recognized by the Mutual Of America Foundation through its Community Partnership Award accompanied by a $10,000 cash award. Representatives from the YWCA and the City of Clearwater are hosted by the Foundation at an awards presentation event in New York City. In January 2005, the Foundation hosted a local ceremony is hosted at the Belleview Biltmore Hotel which was attended by numerous local community leaders and representatives. 11/17/04
1/13/05
The Clearwater Police Department receives an award from the Innovations Group for “Outstanding Achievement in Local Government Innovation” for its partnership with the YWCA in implementing the Hispanic Outreach Center.   6/16/05
The Clearwater Police Department receives the prestigious Rocky Pomerance Award from the Florida Police Chiefs Association for its partnership with the YWCA in implementing the Hispanic Outreach Center. 6/29/05
Clearwater is awarded a Justice Assistance Grant in the amount of $101,553 by the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance for funding of operational expenses at the Hispanic Outreach Center for a two-year period. 9/12/05
The Clearwater Police Department receives special recognition from the International Association of Police Chiefs for being one of 20 semifinalists in the prestigious Webber Seavey Award competition for its partnership with the YWCA in implementing the Hispanic Outreach Center. 9/26/05
Clearwater Police Officer Monica Rodriguez officially assumes the responsibilities of Hispanic Outreach Liaison Officer for the Clearwater Police Department.  Like her predecessor, Officer Farias, Officer Rodriquez will work out of the Hispanic Outreach Center and serve as the department’s primary point person with the Hispanic community.  11/14/05
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