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Default CIM Prison Guide - UPDATED 10/2010

Welcome to the CIM Handbook. Here you will find comprehensive information specifically for the California Institution For Men, I’ve separated the categories to assist those in need of contact information for CIM, visiting information, lodging and eating places near CIM, etc...

History of California Institution For Men

California Institution For Men, Contact Information

Approved Vendors for Quarterly & Special Packages, Books & Magazines

Items you Can and Cannot send to inmates at CIM

Visiting Information For CIM

Family Visits at CIM

Places to Stay Near CIM Chino

Driving Directions to CIM

Community Resources Near the California Institution for Men

LINK TO TITLE 15

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California Insitution For Men Circa 1941

Opened in 1941 in Chino, California The California Institution for Men was unique in the field of penology because it was known as the prison without walls. It was opened as a level one facility housing first time offenders and those considered low risk to the community. The prisons progressive first warden, Kenyon Scudder wanted a name that was consistent with the prison’s mission of education and rehabilitation.

When CIM opened the only “security” fence around the facility units was a five-strand barbwire livestock fence, intended mainly to keep the dairy cows from wandering through the living areas. CIM has since increased security to meet the challenges a vastly different inmate population requires. While no longer the “prison without walls” CIM does have the largest level one facility in the Department. In June 2006 CIM will proudly celebrate 65 years of continuous and faithful service to the People and the State of California.

California Institution For Men: Mission Statement and Institution Details

The California Institution for Men consists of four separate facilities under the administration of one warden. Located three miles south of the city center of Chino, it provides housing for minimum through medium custody inmates. The reception centers receive and process newly committed male felons from several southern California counties. CIM operates a 24-hour licensed acute care inpatient hospital, and a 100-bed HIV unit.

Central Reception:

Levels 1-4 Unclassified Inmates

Chino’s Reception Centers house new and returning inmates from the States Southern Counties and Parole Agencies that are committed to the Director of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. The Reception Center mission is to safely and securely house and process incoming inmates by compiling and evaluating the inmates' criminal records, life histories, medical, dental, physiological and mental health histories, and social histories, and determining the inmates' custody score, identify any specific placement needs, and assigning the to one of the 33 State prisons.

West Yard(CIM2)

Levels II SNY inmates

East Reception:

Levels I-IV Unclassified Inmates and PWC’s (Permanent Work Crews)

East Reception has 5 yards, 2 Yards house general population inmates that remain in reception status and 2 Sensitive Needs Yard. Del Norte houses all Level II & III PWC’s that provide support services for the East Reception Center.

Minimum Support Facility:

Level I

The MSF Yard is made up of several dormitories and houses CIM’s Level I Permanent Work Crews. Inmates on the MSF yard provide all support services for Central, West and MSF Yards

Inmate Programs:

PIA: Scheduled for opening in late 2006, a 30,000 square foot modular building manufacturing plant, a new 50,000 square foot distribution warehouse and a juice packaging plant to compliment the milk packaging facility. Also slated to reopen in late 2006, a totally revamped deep sea diver training program that promises to be even more comprehensive than the original.

Vocational: Deep sea diving (scheduled to reopen in late 2006), graphic arts and printing, masonry, and welding.

Academic: Adult Basic Education, High School/GED, Pre-Release, English as a Second Language, Literacy Program

Other: Religious, Arts in Corrections, and Drug Treatment/Diversion.

Current Statistics:

Designed capacity for the entire institution is 2778, CIM Chino currently houses 2385 Level I Inmates and 3913 Reception Center Inmates for a total of 6298

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California Institution for Men Contact Information

Main Address (Do Not Send Inmate Mail to this Address)
14901 Central Avenue
Chino, CA 91710

Wardens Address
Aref Fakhoury, Warden
P.O. Box 128
Chino, CA 91710

Sending Mail & Money Orders to Inmates in the California Institution for Men:

When sending letters and or money order to inmates, please address the envelopes and money orders as follows for proper processing.

My Inmate CDC # Z00000
Yard, Cell # and Bunk (up or low)
P.O. Box XXX
Chino, CA 91708

Reception Center Central
P.O. Box 441

Reception Center West
P.O. Box 368

Reception Center East
P.O. Box 500

Minimum Support Facility
P.O. Box 600
Chino, CA 91708

Visiting applications can be mailed to:

CIM Visiting Office
PO Box 128
Chino, Ca 91708

Main Telephone Line:

1-909-597-1821

Hit 1 for list of departments or 4 Digit Extension
1+1 for Visiting Status Recording
1+2 for Institution Services
1+3 for Inmate Services & Housing
1+4 for Administration

Prison Information’s Officer: ext. 2901
East Yard Visiting Staff: ext 5090
General Visiting Staff ext: 4190 or 4191

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Approved Vendors for California Institution for Men, Chino

Quarterly Packages:

The California Inmate Quarterly Package system allows you to send much-desired items to your incarcerated loved one. Each institution sets it’s own rules as to what items are allowed and prohibited and items vary by privilege groups. As a result, vendors therefore provide services to a limited amount of Facilities, Camps, CCF’s or the LA County Jail System. All Quarterly Packages are limited to a maximum weight of 30 Lbs. Nor can they exceed dimensions of 24” x 24” x 24”. All vendors list those institutions for which they provide goods and services and what privilege groups.

Special Packages:

Special Packages allow for the purchase of Electronics, Accessories, Musical Instruments, Under Garments and Clothing, Correspondence Courses, Legal Material and Faith Based Items. That would otherwise crowd a quarterly package beyond its allowed weight or dimensions. There is no limit to the amount of special packages allowed in a calendar year. However due to the limited items available and limited space for which to store their property. Special Order Packages will most likely only be utilized one or twice per a calendar year. Note: Some institutions require that Special Order Packages be ordered by and paid for by the inmates themselves. Individuals are not allowed to purchase Special Order Packages and have them sent directly to their inmates at some institutions. Contact your facilities R& R Department to assure that you can send special packages direct.

Inmate Quarterly Package, Yearly Quarters:

1St – January 1 Through March 31.
2nd – April 1 Through June 30.
3rd – July 1 Through September 30.
4th – October 1 Through December 31.

APPROVED INMATE PACKAGE VENDORS
Calendar Year 2010
(Revised 3/4/10)
"This is the full CDCR list of approved vendors. Please note that one or more of the listed vendors may not be approved by this prison."


Approved Vendors

APPROVED INMATE PACKAGE VENDORS
Calendar Year 2010
(Revised 2/24/10)


Access Securepak
P. O. Box 50028
Sparks, NV 89435-0028
Ph: (800) 546-6283
www.californiaqp.com

Mikes Better Shoes
1252 Berlin-Haddonfield Road
Voorhees, NJ 08043
Ph: (800) 431-1911
www.mikesbettershoes.com

Music by Mail
129 31st Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Ph: (718) 369-6982

Packages R Us
2648 East Workman Ave. #424
West Covina, CA 91791
Ph: (866) 303-7787
www.packagesrus.com


Union Supply Direct
P.O. Box 7006
Rancho Dominguez, CA 90220-7006
Ph: (866) 404-8989
www.CaliforniaInmatePackage.com

The Inmate Store
P.O. Box 798
Pine Grove, CA 95665
Ph: (209) 257-4824
www.theinmatestore.com

The Vitamin Outlet
Fitness Systems Mfg. Corp.
P.O. Box 2073
Sinking Spring, PA 19608
Ph: (800) 822-9995

Walkenhorst’s
1774 Industrial Way
Napa CA 94558
Ph: (800) 660-9255
https://walkenhorsts.com

Yellow Ribbon Online
580 N. Beach Street
Fort Worth, TX 76111
Ph: (866) 959-7426
www.yellowribbononline.com


Books and Magazines:

Magazines can be ordered directly from the publisher or a subscription service. I recommend that you do it as a gift subscription that way you can have separate billing and shipping information.

Books:
Facilities shall not require incoming books, magazines or
newspapers to have an institution pre-approved “vendor approved”
label affixed to the packaging. A departmentally approved vendor
is any publisher, book store, or book distributor, that does mail
order business. Books, periodicals or other publications that are
mailed from a religious organization shall be considered as coming
from an authorized vendor.
CD’s:

CD’s can only be ordered as part of a quarterly package

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Items you Can and Cannot send to inmates at CIM

Can Send:

· Paper: Up to 50 sheets of letter sized loose paper or lined paper removed from any binders.
· Envelopes and Stamps: You can send up to 2 books (40 stamps) total or 20 pre-stamped envelopes. Metered or from Post office are both okay. No Labels of any kind.
· Special Occasion Cards/Postcard: Cards cannot contain glitter, metal, music, attachments or stickers. Postcards must not exceed 6 x 8.5 and should not contain nudity, provocative images and racist or defamatory images.
· Photographs: You can mail up to 20 4x6 photos in each letter. CIM requires that you put the inmates name and CDC # on the back of each photo.
· Items Obtained from the Internet: You can send up to 20 pages of items, pictures, stories and jokes that you have printed from the internet. It is best if you just copy the page from the Internet and paste it to a clean word document.
· Money Orders: Money Orders of any amount may be sent to your inmate. Simply include in any letter and mailroom staff will remove it for posting. Usually it will be available within 7 days from receipt. Make M.O. Payable to your inmate, include his Unit name, Cell #, Bunk, P.O. Box, City and State.
· Magazines: Magazines can only be sent to those inmates not in reception.
· Letters:
· Reception Inmate Stationary Packages: To include up to 50 sheets of paper and up to 40 stamps (2x 20 books or 20 pre-stamped envelopes) or 20 plain envelopes. Put all items in a manila envelope no larger than 12.5 x 15 with metal clasp removed.

Cannot Send:

· Pens or Pencils
· Provocative or Nude Photographs, Cards or Magazines
· Anything shipped in a Cardboard Box (Accept Quarterly & Special Packages)
· Cash
· Letters or Cards that contain scents, lipstick imprints, labels, glitter, metal & stickers.
· Phone Calling Cards
· CD’s or Tapes
· Nothing with Wire or Metal

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So you are going to visit your loved one at California Institution for Men, Here's what you need to know.

Institution Name: California Institution for Men, Chino

Institution Yard: Central, West, East & MSF Yards

Yard Level: 1 thru 3 and Reception

Appointment Required: No, Except for Ad-Seg Inmates (Palm Hall, Cypress Hall and on occasion inmates housed in Birch)

Must Line up to Obtain a Number: No, just stand in line for next clerk

Parking Lot Line Up: No, Just Park and go inside

Contact or Non-Contact: Reception and AD-Seg Inmates are non-Contact. PWC and MSF Inmates are Contact Visits

Visiting Days and Hours: Saturday and Sunday 8:30 to 3:00 p.m.

Length of Visit Allowed: Reception Inmates 1 hour, PWC & MSF from 8:30 to close

Dress Code For East Yard: Dress code for CIM Chino is strictly enforced per title 15 Visiting Attire. No Blue, Beige, Green Pants or shorts. No Solid Blue, Beige or Green Shirts or Jackets. No tight fitting clothes

* Special Notes: You may arrive at anytime and be processed before 2:00 pm. Central, West & the MSF yards all get processed at the Main Visitor's Center off Central Avenue. East Yard and Del Norte are processed at the East Facility Visitor Center off Eucalyptus Road. Wait times vary depending on Yard and Housing. All Non-Contact visits are inside, all Contact visits are outside on open and covered patios. In the fall and winter dress appropriatley as it gets cold, same in spring and summer.

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Some prisons are different but here is some info that pertains to most California Prisons:

The visitor(s) shall adhere to all institutional procedures and departmental regulations while on institutions grounds. Participation in the Family Visiting Program is restricted to immediate family members, unless a legal foster relationship exists. Immediate family members are defined as legal spouse of the inmate and the inmate's legal stepchildren.

Required Documentation Needed for Each Family Visit:

Proof of marriage shall be established by the inmate’s assigned Correctional Counselor prior to family visit being approved. A certified marriage certificate shall be required and presented to the Family Visiting Officer prior to each visit. A marriage certificate is required for both stepparents and the inmate’s wife. No Photostat copies will be accepted.

You must bring positive identification showing a photo for every visitor 18 years of age or over. Positive valid identification shall be one of the following. Drivers license, DMV Identification Card, passport, USINS card, military I.D. or other piece of governmental identification. The inmate's brother, sister, children and grandchildren (minors and adults) must present birth certificates prior to each family visit. Grandparents must bring verification of relationship prior to the family visit. This can be done presenting the inmate's birth certificate and the inmate's parent's certified birth certificate (the grandparent's child) to show family lineage. An inmate’s minor children visiting without their natural mother, must be accompanied by an approved adult visitor. Who must present a written notarized approval from the minor child's natural parent or legal guardian.

All certificates must be obtained through the county recorder's office and must be embossed or have inked county seat.


Authorized Property for Family Visits:

Visitors are authorized to possess the following items while participating in the family visiting program:

* One bag of clothing per visitor in paper, plastic or canvas duffel type bags. No suitcases are permitted.

* Soft bound books and magazines only (not to exceed two)

* Bath towels, wash cloths and sheets will be provided by the institution.

Visitors with Children:

Disposable diapers only, baby powder, baby food, and formula may be brought into the institution in factory-sealed containers only. Children's toys shall be simple games, coloring books, colored or regular pencils, or crayons. Only searchable toys will be allowed in.

Food for Family Visits:

Food has to be ordered through Walkenhorst or Access. All food items not consumed on the visit must be taken home with the visitor or disposed of in an approved manner. Nothing may be taken back into the institution by the inmate.

Special Note: Only prescribed medication will be allowed. All medication must be accompanied by the current prescription and is subject to prior approval by the Chief medical Officer (CMO). A letter from your doctor listing your medication must be returned with your confirmation. Any person(s) visiting the California Men’s Colony (CMC), on a family visit, who needs narcotic medication, or life sustaining medication(s) or life sustaining apparatus, must have prior approval to participate in the family visiting program. Approval can be obtained by having your physician submit a letter to the CMO or CMC to explain the extent of your medical problem and be in approval of your overnight visit to the prison. Failure to have prior written approval will result in your visit being denied upon arrival at the institution.



A REMINDER: IT IS ILLEGAL TO BRING WEAPONS, AMMUNITION, TEARGAS, ALCOHOL, CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES OR NARCOTICS INTO A PENAL INSTITUTION. NO SMOKING ALLOWED.

Clothing:

The same dress code applies for family visitors as regular visitors when entering and exiting the institution. Undergarments must be gender specific.

The following items are NOT allowed:
Clothing for inmates, garment bags, or hangers, blue denim jeans or jackets (male or female), sweats or jogging suits.

Cosmetics and basic hygiene:

The following cosmetic items listed are limited in quantity as to what is necessary for the duration of the visit. All items must be able to be searched with a limit of (5)

1. Makeup foundation 2. Blush 3. Eyeliner 4. Mascara 5. Lipstick

A spouse shall be permitted to bring into the institution a maximum of (10) commercially sealed condoms. All unused condoms shall be retained in their sealed containers and taken out of the institution by the visiting spouse. Under no circumstances shall an inmate be permitted to possess condoms outside of the family visiting quarters.

***NO ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AND NO AEROSOL CONTAINERS***

The following items must be factory sealed or in clear containers with clear contents (one of each) and must not contain alcohol and cannot be flammable:

1. Shampoo 2. Conditioner 3. Facial Cleanser 4. Toothpaste 5. Toothbrush 6. Bath Soap 7. Deodorant 8. Feminine hygiene 9. Lotion

All the items listed above depict those items that are authorized. Any items not listed above shall be considered unauthorized and will not be admitted into the institution.

CONFIRMATION

ALL PAPERWORK MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE FAMILY VISITING COORDINATOR AT LEAST 21 DAYS PRIOR TO THE VISIT. PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL ONLY ACCEPT CASHIER'S CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS. ALL FUNDS SUBMITTED FOR FAMILY VISITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. MAKE CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS PAYABLE TO THE INMATE.

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Effective 10/09

Food for family visits will be ordered through Walkenhorst.

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Central Motel
(909) 628-2026
13151 Central Ave, Chino, CA

Best Western Pine Tree Motel
(909) 628-6021
12018 Central Ave, Chino, CA
www.bestwestern.com/

Chino Motel
(909) 591-9505
11885 Central Ave, Chino, CA
www.chinomotel.com/

Motel 6
12266 Central Ave, Chino, CA
www.motel6.com/

Extended Stay America
(909) 606-2148
4325 Corporate Center Ave, Chino, CA


All of the Chino hotels/motels have access to Omnitrans Bus 65 - the bus that goes directly to CIM.

www.omnitans.org/routes/list/route65.shtml
www.omnitans.org/routes/list/pdf/route65.pdf

Most accept AAA membership for savings.

Central Motel
This looks like apartments - like when a motel is so old, it rents out rooms on a weekly or monthly basis. Located on the edge of the ghetto part of Chino. Police station across the street; fire station almost next door. No food places near. Old neighborhood grocery store a long block away next to the ghetto area.

Best Western Pine Tree Motel
BW Pine Tree is decent; in good repair. Very busy traffic area; food, groceries, gas in walking distance. It's not in the ghetto part of Chino. Of all the places in Chino, BW Pine Tree is probably the ONLY one I would consider in Chino.

Chino Motel
North of BW Pine Tree a couple of blocks. Looks OK. Same "food amenities" as BW Pine Tree; just a little farther away.

Motel 6
Motel 6 is on the 60 freeway, up the embankment. Never stayed there but I can't imagine it's very quiet. It sits back from Central, behind another business. Same "food amenities" as BW Pine Tree; just a little farther away..



Nicer hotel/motels that are much closer:

Extended Stay America - Chino Valley
www.extendedstayamerica.com/minisite/?hotelID=885
4325 Corporate Center Ave. Chino, CA 91710
909-597-8675
Straight out the main gate about a mile. Can walk to CIM or walk about a block and a half to a bus stop to take the bus. Restaurants near, fast food and groceries a little further.

Ayres Hotel
www.ayreshotels.com/chinohills/index.asp
4785 Chino Hills Parkway, Chino Hills, CA
909-631-2922
Straight out the main gate less than a mile. Can walk to CIM or walk about a half a block (through a large shopping complex) to a bus stop to take the bus. Unless the weather is ugly, it's not worth the cost; it's that close. Restaurants near, fast food and groceries a little further.

Hampton Inn & Suites
http://hamptoninn.hilton.com/en/hp/hotels/photo_gallery.jhtml?ctyhocn=CICCAHX
3150 Chino Avenue, Chino Hills, CA 91709
909-591-2474
Drive a mile south of CIM to the 71 freeway, go north 2 miles and it's on the left side.
This really doesn't have a bus route, unless you walk about 2 miles to the corner of Roswell & Schaefer, Chino, CA, then catch Bus 65 from there. Restaurants near, fast food and groceries a little further.

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
OPEN NOV. 2009
http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/ex/1/en/hotel/laxch
15433 Fairfield Ranch Rd. Chino Hills, CA 91709
1 877 863 4780
New motel. Still building it. Looks nice. About a half a mile south from entrance of CIM. Food and gas walking distance. Grocery store about another mile south.

I have lived in this area for 55 years - so I'm VERY familiar with ANY questions you may have for this area - accomodations or whatever.

Thanks for the information, Mom Again at 46

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Driving Directions To California Institution for Men

From the North and West

Central, West and MSF Yards:

Take the 5 South merge onto the I-210 East towards Pasadena, CA
Continue onto the 57 South to the 71 South towards Corona, CA
Exit at Chino Hills Parkway (exit # 142) and go left on Chino Hills Parkway and continue on till you reach Central Avenue. Continue forward into the CIM Main entrance and park to the right, you will see the Visitor Center on the Eastside of the Parking Lot.

East Yard:

Take the 5 South merge onto the I-210 East towards Pasadena, CA
Continue onto the 57 South to the 71 South towards Corona, CA
Exit at Chino Hills Parkway (exit # 142) and go left on Chino Hills Parkway and continue on till you reach Central Avenue. Make a left on Central Avenue to Edison Avenue and make a right, continue down to Euclid Ave. Make a Right on Euclid, continue to Eucalyptus and make a right on Eucalyptus. You will see the prison from Eucalyptus Ave. just follow the road to the facility. Park to the left of the Guard Tower, the visiting center is below the guard tower.

From the South:

Central, West and MSF Yards:

Take the I-15 North Towards Riverside, CA and exit onto the 91 West. Continue on the 91 West and exit onto the 71 North toward Chino Hills. Take the 71 North and exit Central Avenue. Make a right on Central Avenue and continue to Chino Hills Parkway, make a right into the CIM Main Entrance. Continue forward and park to the right, you will see the Visitor Center on the Eastside of the Parking Lot.

East Yard:

Take the I-15 North Towards Riverside, CA and exit onto the 91 West. Continue on the 91 West and exit onto the 71 North toward Chino Hills. Take the 71 North and exit Euclid Avenue. Continue to your right down Euclid Ave past Chino Airport and make a left on Eucalyptus Ave. You will see the prison from Eucalyptus Ave. just follow the road to the facility. Park to the left of the Guard Tower, the visiting center is below the guard tower.

From the East:

Central, West and MSF Yards:

Take the 60 West and exit Central Avenue. Make a left onto Central Avenue and continue to Chino Hills Parkway. Make a left into he CIM Main entrance and park to the right you will see the Visitor Center on the Eastside of the Parking Lot.

East Yard:

Take the 60 West and exit South Euclid Avenue. Make a left onto S. Euclid Avenue and continue to Eucalyptus Ave. Make a right onto Eucalyptus Ave. you will see the prison from Eucalyptus Ave. just follow the road to the facility. Park to the left of the Guard Tower, the visiting center is below the guard tower.

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Community Resources For Califronia Institution for Men

Center for the Study of Correctional Education
http://www.csub.edu
5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino , CA 92407

Phone: (909) 880-5653
Contact Person: Thom Gehring


Centering Meditation
PO Box 499
Pasadena , CA 91102-0499

Phone: (626) 792-2013
Fax: (626) 792-2641
Contact Person: Gene Wekall


Forgotten Souls Redeemed
http://forgottensoulsredeemed.org
PO Box 568
Chino Hills , CA 91709-0019

Phone: (909) 724-9446
Contact Person: Delores Abdella Coombs


Fountain of Life, Inc.
2555 Glen Helen Pkwy
San Bernardino , CA 92407-1539

Phone: (909) 473-1966
Fax: (909) 473-7899
Contact Person: Mike Richards


Friends Outside
PO Box 393
Chino , CA 91710

Phone: (909) 597-5428
Fax: (909) 597-6989
Contact Person: Cynthia Carey


Get on the Bus
http://www.gotb.net
3424 Wilshire Blvd., 2nd Floor
Los Angeles , CA 90010-2202

Phone: (213) 637-7456
Fax: (213) 637-6161
Contact Person: Sister Suzanne Jabro, CSJ


Phoenix House
http://www.PhoenixHouse.org
PO Box 1208
Visalia , CA 93212-1208

Phone: (559) 903-6638
Fax: (559) 627-3204
Contact Person: J. Manny Rivera


Prison Fellowship
http://www.pfm.org
PO Box 452152
Los Angeles , CA 90045

Phone: (951) 377-7850
Fax: (951) 304-7744
Contact Person: Clef Irby


Water of Life Community Church
http://www.waterofLifeComm.Church.org
7625 East Ave.
Fontana , CA 92336-2901

Phone: (909) 463-0103
Fax: (909) 463-1436
Contact Person: Biran D. Snow, Sr.

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