تحت رعاية صاحب السمو الشيخ محمد بن راشد آل مكتوم نائب رئيس الدولة رئيس مجلس الوزراء حاكم دبي

Under the Patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai

7 - 9 March 2023 Dubai World Trade Centre
Za’abeel Halls 4 - 6

Hosted by

Economic expansion, urbanisation, coupled with unprecedented circumstances have altered the dynamics of law enforcement around the world. As countries evolve, triggering new forms of crime, police forces are embracing innovative crime response strategies driven by advanced technologies to strengthen resilience and adapt to the changing situations.

Taking place on 17 March 2022, the World Police Summit’s Police Innovation & Resilience Conference is a global gathering of police officers, government officials, fire & safety personnel, risk management, and security experts to discuss groundbreaking technologies and innovative strategies that are paving the way for better policing, creating secure cities and enabling police forces to recover from future turmoil.

CONFERENCE THEMES INCLUDE
  • Technology and innovation in policing
  • Risk management
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Future of policing
  • DAY - 1

08:00 - 09:00

Breakfast & Networking

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Breakfast & Networking

09:00 - 09:10

Welcome address

Room A

Brig. Khalid Al Razooqi

General Director of Artificial Intelligence

Dubai Police

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Welcome address

Room A

Brig. Khalid Al Razooqi

General Director of Artificial Intelligence, Dubai Police

09:15 - 09:30

Policing the megatrends of the modern world: Professionalism, standards and leadership as building blocks for inclusion, innovation and culturally competent policing

Keynote | Room A

Globalisation and population influx has transformed countries into multicultural hotspots. With the current social climate, how are police forces implementing novel frameworks to understand inter-cultural relationships and police diverse communities? How can police and law enforcement agencies collectively gain situational awareness during conflict situations and aid de-escalation through successful operations and technology? What is the significance of recruiting and retaining ethnically and culturally diverse officers to gain community trust, meet community expectations and create safer societies in the years ahead?

Attendee insights:

A must-attend session for police leaders to gain insights on policing diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds by enhancing social competence in the communities they serve in.

Chief Constable Andy Marsh

CEO

College of Policing

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Policing the megatrends of the modern world: Professionalism, standards and leadership as building blocks for inclusion, innovation and culturally competent policing

Keynote | Room A

Globalisation and population influx has transformed countries into multicultural hotspots. With the current social climate, how are police forces implementing novel frameworks to understand inter-cultural relationships and police diverse communities? How can police and law enforcement agencies collectively gain situational awareness during conflict situations and aid de-escalation through successful operations and technology? What is the significance of recruiting and retaining ethnically and culturally diverse officers to gain community trust, meet community expectations and create safer societies in the years ahead?

Attendee insights:

A must-attend session for police leaders to gain insights on policing diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds by enhancing social competence in the communities they serve in.

Chief Constable Andy Marsh

CEO, College of Policing

09:35 - 10:05

Embracing technology, innovation and resilience to building safer and smarter cities

Leadership Interview | Room A

With Covid triggering a shift in crime patterns, police forces around the world have enhanced their technical and operational capabilities to counter new forms of attacks and conflicts. As urban communities become widespread, how can police forces and governments understand the risks facing their cities? How can crime prevention be looked upon as a shared responsibility by connecting the dots of urban safety, technology, and inclusivity? What steps must be taken by police forces to boost urban resilience and enhance public safety by embracing smarter technologies in their operations?

Attendee insights:

In this session, senior experts will share their views on the key factors that enable the creation of safer cities in the world through the collective security approach coupled with the right technologies.

James Ramer

Chief

Toronto Police

Moderator:

Dr. Tarique Ghaffur

Former Asst. Commissioner

London Metropolitan Police

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Embracing technology, innovation and resilience to building safer and smarter cities

Leadership Interview | Room A

With Covid triggering a shift in crime patterns, police forces around the world have enhanced their technical and operational capabilities to counter new forms of attacks and conflicts. As urban communities become widespread, how can police forces and governments understand the risks facing their cities? How can crime prevention be looked upon as a shared responsibility by connecting the dots of urban safety, technology, and inclusivity? What steps must be taken by police forces to boost urban resilience and enhance public safety by embracing smarter technologies in their operations?

Attendee insights:

In this session, senior experts will share their views on the key factors that enable the creation of safer cities in the world through the collective security approach coupled with the right technologies.

James Ramer

Chief, Toronto Police

Dr. Tarique Ghaffur

Former Asst. Commissioner, London Metropolitan Police

10:10 - 10:25

Future-proofing risk management efforts to enhance public safety and security

Keynote | Room A

Risk management is a critical enabler of isolating and allocating resources to meet organisational priorities. How can police forces and law enforcement agencies assess risk avenues, strategies protocols and prioritise resources to maintain law and order and maintain public safety? What immediate risk management strategies must be applied by police forces to remain prepared for emergencies?

Attendee insights:

This key session will underline the significance of risk management in policing and law enforcement to enhance the well-being of officers and the public.

Mark E. Damitio

Accreditation and Grants Manager

International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST)

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Future-proofing risk management efforts to enhance public safety and security

Keynote | Room A

Risk management is a critical enabler of isolating and allocating resources to meet organisational priorities. How can police forces and law enforcement agencies assess risk avenues, strategies protocols and prioritise resources to maintain law and order and maintain public safety? What immediate risk management strategies must be applied by police forces to remain prepared for emergencies?

Attendee insights:

This key session will underline the significance of risk management in policing and law enforcement to enhance the well-being of officers and the public.

Mark E. Damitio

Accreditation and Grants Manager, International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST)

10:30 - 11:15

Bolstering operational competencies and technology adoption across global police forces

Leadership Panel | Room A

Security has become a critical national priority across all economies. Amidst rising threats from organised crime and terrorist groups, how are police forces and public security agencies augmenting their operational capabilities? What is the role of leadership and technology in establishing frameworks and protocols to meet potential security threats – both inland and across borders? What new training approaches are required to prepare police officers for the future?

Attendee insights:

A high-level discussion gathering senior police leaders to outline the strategies and operational tactics to enhance public safety and maintain national security.

Simon Riondet

Commander, Counter-Terrorism Unit

Paris Prefecture of Police, France

Maj. Manuel Corredor Sanchez

Deputy Director

Guardia Civil Maritime Division, Spain

Nadim Abdulrahim

Vice President, Public Safety

Huawei Technologies

Moderator:

Rory Leyne

Director - People Consulting

KPMG LLP (UK)

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Bolstering operational competencies and technology adoption across global police forces

Leadership Panel | Room A

Security has become a critical national priority across all economies. Amidst rising threats from organised crime and terrorist groups, how are police forces and public security agencies augmenting their operational capabilities? What is the role of leadership and technology in establishing frameworks and protocols to meet potential security threats – both inland and across borders? What new training approaches are required to prepare police officers for the future?

Attendee insights:

A high-level discussion gathering senior police leaders to outline the strategies and operational tactics to enhance public safety and maintain national security.

Simon Riondet

Commander, Counter-Terrorism Unit, Paris Prefecture of Police, France

Maj. Manuel Corredor Sanchez

Deputy Director, Guardia Civil Maritime Division, Spain

Nadim Abdulrahim

Vice President, Public Safety, Huawei Technologies

Rory Leyne

Director - People Consulting, KPMG LLP (UK)

11:15 - 11:30

Coffee Break

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Coffee Break

11:30 - 11:45

Future of transport: The roadmap to achieving zero road fatalities across global transportation systems

Keynote | Room A

Introduced in Sweden in 1994, the Vision Zero approach to road safety underlines that road accidents must be reduced to zero rather than bringing them down to a controllable level. How can future transportation systems be designed to reduce traffic accidents to zero? With the widespread adoption of technology, how are transport authorities and traffic safety agencies making use of the multitude of data points and analytics to catalyse the transition to zero fatalities?

Attendee insights:

An important session to learn how the Vision Zero action plan can act as the foundation to reducing traffic accidents and foster safer transportation networks of the future.

Anders Hall

Police Commissioner and Head of Development

Swedish Police Authority

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Future of transport: The roadmap to achieving zero road fatalities across global transportation systems

Keynote | Room A

Introduced in Sweden in 1994, the Vision Zero approach to road safety underlines that road accidents must be reduced to zero rather than bringing them down to a controllable level. How can future transportation systems be designed to reduce traffic accidents to zero? With the widespread adoption of technology, how are transport authorities and traffic safety agencies making use of the multitude of data points and analytics to catalyse the transition to zero fatalities?

Attendee insights:

An important session to learn how the Vision Zero action plan can act as the foundation to reducing traffic accidents and foster safer transportation networks of the future.

Anders Hall

Police Commissioner and Head of Development, Swedish Police Authority

11:50 - 12:30

Enforcing safer surface mobility: How can police innovate and collaborate to create secure transport networks

Leadership Panel | Room A

Traffic congestion and accidents have increased substantially owing to the growing population and increasing vehicle density in urban areas. The adopting of cutting-edge technologies such as big data and artificial intelligence to build integrated traffic management systems and forecast traffic-related risks has enabled police agencies and transport authorities to zero in on offenders. As more technologies such as autonomous driving become available, how are police forces employing leverage artificial intelligence to improve compliance, minimise accidents and create smarter cities?

Attendee Insights:

This discussion will highlight the evolving role of transport police forces to minimise road accidents through forward-looking strategies, technologies, and public awareness programmes, in addition to the importance of technologies such as AI and analytics in catalyzing these efforts.

Panelists:

Volker Orben

President

ROADPOL

Maj. Leandro Martí

Head of the Traffic and Transport Enforcement Department

Guardia Civil

Abdul Karim Sawan

Global Sales Director

G42 Smart Nation

Moderator:

Lt. Col. Eng. Abdulla Al Falasi

Director, General Department of Traffic

Dubai Police

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Enforcing safer surface mobility: How can police innovate and collaborate to create secure transport networks

Leadership Panel | Room A

Traffic congestion and accidents have increased substantially owing to the growing population and increasing vehicle density in urban areas. The adopting of cutting-edge technologies such as big data and artificial intelligence to build integrated traffic management systems and forecast traffic-related risks has enabled police agencies and transport authorities to zero in on offenders. As more technologies such as autonomous driving become available, how are police forces employing leverage artificial intelligence to improve compliance, minimise accidents and create smarter cities?

Attendee Insights:

This discussion will highlight the evolving role of transport police forces to minimise road accidents through forward-looking strategies, technologies, and public awareness programmes, in addition to the importance of technologies such as AI and analytics in catalyzing these efforts.

Volker Orben

President, ROADPOL

Maj. Leandro Martí

Head of the Traffic and Transport Enforcement Department, Guardia Civil

Abdul Karim Sawan

Global Sales Director, G42 Smart Nation

Lt. Col. Eng. Abdulla Al Falasi

Director, General Department of Traffic, Dubai Police

12:35 - 13:15

Unlocking international partnerships to enhance resilience, mitigate crime and augment public security

Leadership Interview | Room A

With growing criminal networks and the cross-border nature of crimes, how are police forces investigating transnational crimes and illicit activities? What regulations and frameworks are critical in accelerating inter-agency cooperation? How is technology removing the barriers for transnational policing to meet the objectives of national security and public safety?

Attendee insights:

A must-attend session for police officers to understand the significance of forward-looking cooperation efforts to enhance public security and prevent crime.

Pol. Maj. Gen. Khemmarin Hassiri

Commander, Foreign Affairs Division

Royal Thai Police

Moderator:

Rory Leyne

Director - People Consulting

KPMG LLP (UK)

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Unlocking international partnerships to enhance resilience, mitigate crime and augment public security

Leadership Interview | Room A

With growing criminal networks and the cross-border nature of crimes, how are police forces investigating transnational crimes and illicit activities? What regulations and frameworks are critical in accelerating inter-agency cooperation? How is technology removing the barriers for transnational policing to meet the objectives of national security and public safety?

Attendee insights:

A must-attend session for police officers to understand the significance of forward-looking cooperation efforts to enhance public security and prevent crime.

Pol. Maj. Gen. Khemmarin Hassiri

Commander, Foreign Affairs Division, Royal Thai Police

Rory Leyne

Director - People Consulting, KPMG LLP (UK)

13:15 - 14:15

Lunch Break & Networking

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Lunch Break & Networking

14:20 - 14:35

The role of police leadership in enhancing transparency and gaining public trust

Keynote | Room A

With the influx of a new generation of recruits combined with the array of technologies available, police forces have begun realising the significance of solid leadership to gain public trust and solve complex crime. How can police leaders use the right leadership approach to influence and enhance performance of their forces? What is the role of emotional intelligence, integrity and technology in navigating the fluid conditions in which police forces operate in and how can police leaders enhance public trust and transparency in their forces?

Attendee insights:

An important session for police officers to fathom the role of leadership in enhancing competencies and morale of police officers and pave the way for trust and confidence in the communities they serve in.

Chief Harry J. Wedin

Chief of Special Operations

New York Police Department

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The role of police leadership in enhancing transparency and gaining public trust

Keynote | Room A

With the influx of a new generation of recruits combined with the array of technologies available, police forces have begun realising the significance of solid leadership to gain public trust and solve complex crime. How can police leaders use the right leadership approach to influence and enhance performance of their forces? What is the role of emotional intelligence, integrity and technology in navigating the fluid conditions in which police forces operate in and how can police leaders enhance public trust and transparency in their forces?

Attendee insights:

An important session for police officers to fathom the role of leadership in enhancing competencies and morale of police officers and pave the way for trust and confidence in the communities they serve in.

Chief Harry J. Wedin

Chief of Special Operations, New York Police Department

14:40 - 15:20

Fostering agile police leaders of tomorrow: Strategies to augment talent management, wellbeing, and resilience in police forces

Leadership Panel | Room A

From solving crime to providing a range of services to the communities they serve in; police forces have a crucial role in the society. With growing multicultural communities and changing crime patterns, how are police forces adopting gender-responsive talent management strategies to deliver high-quality crime control measures and community safety? As the first line of defense in safeguarding societies, police officers are often exposed to stressful situations, and harmful substances. How does this affect the health and wellbeing of officers and what steps are being taken by police forces to mitigate these risks and boost officer resilience?

Attendee insights:

An important discussion that underlines the significance of developing progressive approaches to recruiting police officers and strategies to enhance health and wellbeing amongst police officers.

Panelists:

Chief Kristen Ziman

Former Chief & Leadership Expert

Aurora Police (USA)

Capt. Andy Carrier

Vice President & Clinical Director

Valor Station, LLC

Lt. Col. Dr. Ibrahim Bin Seba Al Marri

Director of Knowledge & Innovation Centre

Dubai Police

Moderator:

Dr. Tarique Ghaffur

Former Asst. Commissioner

London Metropolitan Police

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Fostering agile police leaders of tomorrow: Strategies to augment talent management, wellbeing, and resilience in police forces

Leadership Panel | Room A

From solving crime to providing a range of services to the communities they serve in; police forces have a crucial role in the society. With growing multicultural communities and changing crime patterns, how are police forces adopting gender-responsive talent management strategies to deliver high-quality crime control measures and community safety? As the first line of defense in safeguarding societies, police officers are often exposed to stressful situations, and harmful substances. How does this affect the health and wellbeing of officers and what steps are being taken by police forces to mitigate these risks and boost officer resilience?

Attendee insights:

An important discussion that underlines the significance of developing progressive approaches to recruiting police officers and strategies to enhance health and wellbeing amongst police officers.

Chief Kristen Ziman

Former Chief & Leadership Expert, Aurora Police (USA)

Capt. Andy Carrier

Vice President & Clinical Director, Valor Station, LLC

Lt. Col. Dr. Ibrahim Bin Seba Al Marri

Director of Knowledge & Innovation Centre, Dubai Police

Dr. Tarique Ghaffur

Former Asst. Commissioner, London Metropolitan Police

15:25 - 16:00

Fortifying physiological and psychological resilience in police forces and first responders through technology and innovation

Leadership Panel | Room A

Changing crime forms have put immense pressure on police forces and frontline agencies. Amidst challenging stressful and traumatic conditions, how can police forces remain resilient and adapting to the evolving situations? How can officers adapt to future risk and uncertainty by learning from past experiences? What technologies are available today to help police forces enhance their physical and mental wellbeing?

Attendee insights:

This discussion will shed light on the role of mental and physical wellbeing amongst law enforcement and police forces to remain prepared for future uncertain conditions.

Panelists:

John Carli

Wellness Market Ambassador

Lexipol

Col. Dr. Abdull-Athem Kamkar

Director of Center for Rehabilitation & Readiness Enhancement

Dubai Police

Fares George Shoufani

CEO

Gymtech

Moderator:

Maj. Gen. Dr. Ali Mohammed Hussain Singel

General Health Advisor

Dubai Police

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Fortifying physiological and psychological resilience in police forces and first responders through technology and innovation

Leadership Panel | Room A

Changing crime forms have put immense pressure on police forces and frontline agencies. Amidst challenging stressful and traumatic conditions, how can police forces remain resilient and adapting to the evolving situations? How can officers adapt to future risk and uncertainty by learning from past experiences? What technologies are available today to help police forces enhance their physical and mental wellbeing?

Attendee insights:

This discussion will shed light on the role of mental and physical wellbeing amongst law enforcement and police forces to remain prepared for future uncertain conditions.

John Carli

Wellness Market Ambassador, Lexipol

Col. Dr. Abdull-Athem Kamkar

Director of Center for Rehabilitation & Readiness Enhancement, Dubai Police

Fares George Shoufani

CEO, Gymtech

Maj. Gen. Dr. Ali Mohammed Hussain Singel

General Health Advisor, Dubai Police

16:05 - 16:10

Protecting the law enforcement sector: Future-ready armoured vehicles for the safety and security of officers

Ulugbekhon Maksumov

CEO

Inkas Vehicles

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Protecting the law enforcement sector: Future-ready armoured vehicles for the safety and security of officers

Ulugbekhon Maksumov

CEO, Inkas Vehicles

16:15 - 16:30

Policing and public safety in the 2030s: Findings of the strategic review of policing in England and Wales

Keynote | Room A

The world around policing is changing as radically as the world in which Sir Robert Peel founded the Metropolitan Police in 1829. It is in that context that the Police Foundation established the Strategic Review of Policing in England and Wales, chaired by Sir Michael Barber. It is the first independent review of policing in England and Wales for many years and is intended to be as influential as the last Royal Commission on the Police in 1962.

Attendee insights:

An important session that will underline the kind of police service we will need to address the challenges of the 21st century.

Dr. Rick Muir

Director

Police Foundation

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Policing and public safety in the 2030s: Findings of the strategic review of policing in England and Wales

Keynote | Room A

The world around policing is changing as radically as the world in which Sir Robert Peel founded the Metropolitan Police in 1829. It is in that context that the Police Foundation established the Strategic Review of Policing in England and Wales, chaired by Sir Michael Barber. It is the first independent review of policing in England and Wales for many years and is intended to be as influential as the last Royal Commission on the Police in 1962.

Attendee insights:

An important session that will underline the kind of police service we will need to address the challenges of the 21st century.

Dr. Rick Muir

Director, Police Foundation

16:35 - 17:10

Next-generation policing: Reforming public security and criminal justice through transformative policies and technologies

Leadership Panel | Room A

Global security tensions, climate change, and the healthcare crisis have triggered massive public instabilities around the world. Owing to these situations, police officers today are tasked with a plethora of new responsibilities. How can police forces remain agile and adapt to these evolving social conditions by appreciating the needs of the societies they serve in? How is technology becoming a backbone of policing and criminal justice and what does the future of policing look like? What must police forces do today to mitigate crimes of the future? In the age of smart cities, how are police forces embracing novel technologies to stay ahead of criminals?

Attendee insights:

A high-level discussion for attendees to learn how law enforcement agencies must revisit their priorities to remain resilient and help create safer societies.

Panelists:

Dr. Madan Oberoi

Executive Director, Innovation & Technology

INTERPOL

Dr. John A. Sweeney

Transformative Foresight Lead

School of International Futures (SOIF)

Matthew Torigian

Former Deputy Solicitor General of Ontario & Distinguished Fellow

Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy

Moderator:

Simon Clifford

Founder

Cliff42

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Next-generation policing: Reforming public security and criminal justice through transformative policies and technologies

Leadership Panel | Room A

Global security tensions, climate change, and the healthcare crisis have triggered massive public instabilities around the world. Owing to these situations, police officers today are tasked with a plethora of new responsibilities. How can police forces remain agile and adapt to these evolving social conditions by appreciating the needs of the societies they serve in? How is technology becoming a backbone of policing and criminal justice and what does the future of policing look like? What must police forces do today to mitigate crimes of the future? In the age of smart cities, how are police forces embracing novel technologies to stay ahead of criminals?

Attendee insights:

A high-level discussion for attendees to learn how law enforcement agencies must revisit their priorities to remain resilient and help create safer societies.

Dr. Madan Oberoi

Executive Director, Innovation & Technology, INTERPOL

Dr. John A. Sweeney

Transformative Foresight Lead, School of International Futures (SOIF)

Matthew Torigian

Former Deputy Solicitor General of Ontario & Distinguished Fellow, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy

Simon Clifford

Founder, Cliff42

17:15 - 17:30

Preparing for the future: Challenges and opportunities for police forces in the age of fourth industrial revolution

Keynote | Room A

The development resulting from industrial revolutions and the prosperity of the standard of living of societies have created multiple layers of and standards of living. With the emergence of the fourth industrial revolution and the various technologies it has given rise to, how can police forces collaborate to monitor the security challenges and highlight the readiness to combat and prevent crimes? What new roles and responsibilities will emerge in policing in the coming years owing to the technology advancements and how can we recruit and retain the best talent?

Attendee insights:

An important session for attendees to learn how police forces must adapt to the technological advancements and build a strong workforce to mitigate future crime forms.

Lt. Col. Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Al Kaabi

Director

GCCPOL

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Preparing for the future: Challenges and opportunities for police forces in the age of fourth industrial revolution

Keynote | Room A

The development resulting from industrial revolutions and the prosperity of the standard of living of societies have created multiple layers of and standards of living. With the emergence of the fourth industrial revolution and the various technologies it has given rise to, how can police forces collaborate to monitor the security challenges and highlight the readiness to combat and prevent crimes? What new roles and responsibilities will emerge in policing in the coming years owing to the technology advancements and how can we recruit and retain the best talent?

Attendee insights:

An important session for attendees to learn how police forces must adapt to the technological advancements and build a strong workforce to mitigate future crime forms.

Lt. Col. Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Al Kaabi

Director, GCCPOL

17:30 - 17:40

Closing remarks

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Closing remarks

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