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Vantage Police Academy
This 737 hour program provides student with training required by the Ohio Peace Officers Training Commission (OPOTC). Upon completion of the course, students are eligible to earn the Ohio Peace Officer Certificate which opens doors to a variety of law enforcement opportunities. Students must pass the Physical Fitness Standards test and the State Written Examination to be eligible for certification in Ohio.

Equipment/Classroom Facilities:
The Police Academy Program has a designated classroom, workout room and outside yard area for road exercises. Equipment available includes teacher’s computer, a smart board, DVD and VHS player, 3 police cars, 1 Numb Dumb, 20 wrestling mats, 3, foam mats, 3 Precor Motion Trainer Open Stride machines, 2 Precor treadmills, 1 recumbent cycle, 3 Precor Glide strength trainer machines, 3 Precor Super Bench, medicine balls and stability ball.
General Information:
  • Start Date:   August 20, 2018
  • End Date:     May 26, 2019
  • 737 hours/completed in 9 months
  • Tuition: $4,100 includes ammunition for handgun, and 1st time OPOTC exam
  • Book fee $74
  • Estimated additional cost: $1,175 for uniforms, weapon and duty gear
  • Classes meet 6:00pm-­10:00pm Monday - ­Thursday plus an average of two weekends per month
  • Class size is limited to 20 students 
Financial Assistance is available for those who qualify from a variety of sources.
Check out all your options on the Financial Aid page of our website.
Potential Careers
The majority of Police Academy graduates find entry level employment in the field of law enforcement with opportunities for advancement. According to the Department of Labor “Job opportunities in most local police departments will be excellent for qualified individuals and employment is expected to increase, especially for Sheriff's Deputies and Patrol Officers, in Ohio. Overall employment opportunities in local departments will be excellent for individuals who meet the psychological, personal and physical qualifications.” Also, according to the Department of Labor “Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers had a median annual earnings of $55,400 in 2012”.
Industry Certifications
This certificate program provides student with training required by the Ohio Peace Officers Training Commission (OPOTC). Upon completion of the course, students are eligible to earn the Ohio Peace Officer Certificate which opens doors to a variety of law enforcement opportunities. Students must pass the Physical Fitness Standards test and the State Written examination to be eligible for certification in Ohio.
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Good moral character as determined by a traffic and criminal background check
  • 18 years of age
  • Possess a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent
  • Submit to and pass a drug screen
  • Pass a preliminary physical
  • Comply with all Vantage and OPOTC regulations and rules
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course descriptions
Administration (43 hours)

Introduction to Basic Training – This course explores the purpose of Ohio Peace Officer Basic Training. Topics covered include: the relationship between a Student Performance Objective (SPO) and a test question and the ultimate reason for law enforcement training. Includes Orientation and Debriefing
Introduction to Policing – This course explores the basic role of a peace officer. Topics covered include: a peace officer’s main goals, items to consider when exercising discretion, the factors necessary for the commission of a crime, the core concepts of community policing, and recognizing considerations for off duty situations.
Fundamentals of the Criminal Justice System – This course explore san overview of the criminal justice system. Topics covered include: the purposes of the Bill of Rights, the major components of the criminal justice system, and the goals of sentencing.
Ethics and Professionalism - This course explores aspects of ethical and professional behavior for peace officers. Topics covered include: the purpose of any code of ethics or code of content, generally accepted ethical responsibilities of peace officers, internal and external influences on behavior, ethical dilemmas, common areas unethical acts occur, and the Continuum of Compromise.
Fundamentals of Report Writing – This course explores principles of report writing. Topics covered include: the uses of field notes, types of information to be recorded in field notes, recognizing the guidelines to be follows, essential questions answered in a report, and the requirements of a well written report.

Legal (110 hours)

General Provisions – This course explores specific definitions of the Ohio Revised Code. Topics covered include: the meanings of crime, jurisdiction, force, and deadly force, the four culpable mental states, difference between statutory law and case law, difference between physical harm to persons and serious harm to persons, and difference between physical harm to property and serious physical harm to property.
Ohio Revised Code:
Each section of this course identifies the Ohio Revised Code offense and an example according to the elements of that offense.
  • - Homicide, Assault & Menacing – Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2903
  • - Kidnapping & Extortion – Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2905
  • - Sexual Assault – In addition to identifying the Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2907 offense, the following terms will be defined: sexual conduct, sexual contact, sexual activity, and spouse.
  • - Prostitution & Obscenity – Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2907
  • - Arson & Related Offenses – Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2909
  • - Robbery, Burglary, Trespass & Related Offenses – Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2911
  • - Theft, Fraud & Related Offenses – Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2913
  • - Liquor Control – Ohio Revised Code Chapter 4301
  • - Offenses Against Public Peace – Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2917
  • - Selected Offenses Against the Family – Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2919
  • - Offenses Against Justice & Public Administration – Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2921
  • - Conspiracy, Attempt & Complicity – Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2923
  • - Weapons - In addition to identifying the Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2923 offense, deadly weapon, firearm, handgun, semi-automatic firearm, sawed-off firearm, and dangerous ordnance will be defined. 
Arrest, Search & Seizure – This course explores the laws pertaining to arrest, search, and seizure in Ohio. Topics covered include: expectation of privacy, when a person is seized, probable cause – arrest vs. search, establishing reasonable suspicion, length and manor of Terry Stop, hot/fresh pursuit, probably cause to arrest, protective sweep of homes, plain view, vehicle search, protective search of a vehicle, and consent to search.
Civil Liability & Use of Force – This course explores civil liability issues related to the law enforcement profession. Topics covered include: arrest, search, and seizure, irrelevant factors, types of resistance, handcuffing, techniques/physical force, impact weapons, chemical weapons, electrical weapons, stopping tactics, diminished capacity, suspect armed with a firearm, suspect armed with a knife/edged weapon, suspect using non-deadly or personal weapons, firearms used to stop vehicles, and open carry.
Testifying in Court – This course explores aspects of testifying in court. Topics covered include: steps necessary to prepare for court, general rules for effective courtroom testimony, and common defense attorney tactics and counter tactics for each.
Human Relations (77 hours)
Public Relations – This course explores aspects of public relations. Topics covered include: establishing effective communications with the media and guidelines to follow when making a statement to the media.
Domestic Violence – This course explores the domestic violence laws of Ohio. Topics covered include: elements of the offense that constitute Domestic Violence in Ohio, categories of persons who fall within the meaning of family or household member, the four elements which should be used to determine the primary physical aggressor in a domestic violence incident, and types of protection orders.
Crisis Intervention – This course explores how to respond to a person in crisis. Topics covered include: active listening skills, difference between a traditional suspect encounter and an encounter with an individual with a mental illness, Loss model to recognize the nature of a person’s crisis, how to use each part of the EAR model, talking to a person contemplating suicide, and what is essential for officers to convey to the victims of sexual assault.
Child Abuse & Neglect – This course explores aspects of child abuse and neglect. Topics covered include: types of child abuse, conditions under the Ohio Revised Code that allow a peace office to remove a child from his/her caregiver, and the characteristics of a multidisciplinary team approach when responding to child abuse.
The Missing & Human Trafficking – This course explores how to respond to missing persons and recognize human trafficking. Topics covered include: considerations to be made investigating a missing child or adult and when recovering a victim of human trafficking, responsibilities of a law enforcement agency in a missing child case, actions when taking a report of a missing child, what to do if the initial missing child investigation is complete and the child is not found, information an officer should gather during a preliminary interview in a family abduction missing child case, investigating all aspects of a runaway’s life, types of questions to be asked of a returned runaway child, period within which a law enforcement agency must enter into NCIC information regarding a missing person that is 21 years of age or older, criteria for activating an AMBER Alert, criteria for activating an Endangered Missing Child Alert/Missing Adult Alert, Blue Alert, two types of human trafficking included in Ohio’s trafficking in persons law, mindset of a human trafficking victim, red flag indicators of human trafficking, and how to interview a human trafficking victim.
Juvenile Justice System – This course explores aspects of the juvenile justice process. Topics covered include: the process for arresting a juvenile and when federal and Ohio juvenile holding violations occur.
Responding to Victims’ Needs & Rights – This course explores the rights and initial needs of victims in Ohio. Topics covered include: types of primary and secondary injuries that a victim may suffer, four core needs most victims may suffer, responses to the four core needs of crime victims, rights afforded to all victims of crime by the Ohio Constitution, Ohio Revised Code statutory rights afforded to victims of felonies, violent misdemeanors, or equivalent juvenile offenses, and the Attorney General’s Office produced booklet titled Ohio Crime Victims’ Rights: Helping Crime Victims Rebuild Their Lives.
Community Diversity – This course explores diverse cultures within the community they serve. Topics covered include: understanding different cultures, two types of racism, difference between criminal profiling and racial/bias profiling, effects of hate crimes on victims in the community, and indicators that a crime was motivated by hate.

Firearms (60 hours)

Handgun – This course explores how to use a pistol proficiently. Topics covered include: four primary firearms safety rules, loading and unloading the semi-automatic pistol, and proficiency on the qualification standards.
Shotgun – This course explores how to use a shotgun proficiently. Topics covered include: loading and unloading the shotgun and proficiency on the qualification standards.

Driving (24 hours)

Driving – This course explores the demonstration of a police-style vehicle. Topics covered include: the Smith System approach to driving, importance of safety belts and other occupant protection devices, dynamics of steering, acceptable hand movements for steering methods, acceptable backing methods, determining the route an officer should select when responding to an emergency, how to clear an intersection, ways to reduce injury or property damage when a collision is imminent, factors to consider when determining to initiate a vehicle pursuit, alternatives to a continued vehicle pursuit, apex driving event, controlled braking driving event, controlled weave driving event, dynamics park driving event, evasive maneuver driving event, fast back driving event, interchange of traffic lanes driving event, pursuit turns driving event, reverse curves driving event, shuffle steering driving event, and straight line braking left/right driving event.

Subject Control Techniques (98 hours)

Subject Control Techniques – This course explores the principles of subject control. Topics covered include: the principles of body alignment, subject approach and control, strikes, takedowns, handcuffing, ground defense, environmental weapons, escapes from body locks and hold releases, weapon retention, weapon encounter defenses, and ethical decision making and critical thinking in a practical application scenario.
Impact Weapons – This course explores the principles of impact weapons. Topics covered include: pain, injury, and deadly force target areas for an impact weapon, transitioning from an impact weapon to another force option, strikes/blocks with an impact weapon, escapes from body locks/hold releases with an impact weapon, using an impact weapon in a ground defense situation, impact weapon retention, arrest and control techniques with an impact weapon, and ethical decision making and critical thinking.
OC Pepper Spray Training – This training will expose students to the proper use and effects of pepper spray.
First Aid / CPR / AED – This course explores becoming certified in First Aid, CPR, and the use of the AED.

Patrol (69 hours)

Patrol Techniques – This course explores the principles for basic patrol techniques. Topics covered include: guidelines to follow when operating the radio, proactive patrol, reactive patrol, main responsibilities when responding to calls for service, factors to consider when determining response to a call of a crime in progress, actions that should be considered while en route to a crime, ways to maintain situational awareness while conducting searches, field interview, and officer safety factors during a foot pursuit.
Building Searches – This course explores the principles of building searches. Topics covered include: different types of building searches, difference between cover and concealment, single officer room entry, button hook room entry with a partner, crisscross room entry with a partner, and modified combination of a button hook and crisscross room entry with a partner.
Stops & Approaches - This course explores the basic principles for conducting vehicle stops in situations of varying risk. Topics covered include: two methods by which an officer may be injured or killed during a vehicle stop, two legal foundations for making a vehicle stop, primary goal of patrol officers during their tour of duty, most crucial component of the vehicle stop, three general categories of the vehicle stop, Unknown-Risk vehicle stop, Elevated-Risk vehicle stop, sequential order of the eight verbal tactics to use when making a vehicle stop, Unknown-Risk approach patterns, eight action zones through which an officer moves during a Walk-Up approach to a suspect’s vehicle, tactical responses for each of the action zones through which an officer moves during a Walk-Up approach to a suspect’s vehicle, Walk-Back patterns for Elevated-Risk vehicle stops, three initial things to control in High-Risk vehicle stops, most important rule for High-Risk vehicle stops, and procedure for High-Risk vehicle stops.
Vehicle Theft & Identification – This course explores the principles for identifying stolen vehicles. Topics covered include: basic reasons vehicles are stolen, common indicators associated with stolen vehicles, methods of establishing the identity of a vehicle, evidence on or in the area of the VIN plate which indicates the vehicle may be stolen, common methods thieves use to defeat the Federal Certification Label on a vehicle.
Gang Awareness – This course explores the aspects of gang-related problems in Ohio. Topics covered include: indicators of gang membership, means gangs use to make their presence known in a community, and a peace officer’s duties in response to the gang problem.
LEADS – This course explores the Law Enforcement Automated Data System (LEADS). Topics covered include: varieties of data files maintained by LEADS, why the Computerized Criminal History (CCH) is one of the most sensitive files accessed by LEADS, when locating agencies must obtain “hit” confirmation, why information obtained from LEADS may be shared, and requirements and schedule for validation of LEADS information.
Prisoner Booking & Handling – This course explores the essential elements of prisoner booking and handling in a jail. Topics covered include: frisk search, strip search, basic requirements for body cavity searches, major items for which the officer must be alert for during a preliminary health screening, techniques used to obtain legible fingerprints, and four causes of illegible fingerprints.
Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway (OHLEG) – This course explores the capabilities and proper procedures for use of the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway (OHLEG). Topics covered include: how the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway (OHLEG) is to be utilized and the degree of offense for unauthorized use of OHLEG.

Civil Disorders (8 hours)

Civil Disorders – This course explores principles of different types of crowd control. Topics covered include: definition of a mob, basic concepts of perimeter crowd control, common uses for a mobile field force, column formation, line skirmish formation, wedge formation, color codes of the four types of chemical agents used by law enforcement agencies, steps for administering first aid to an individual who has been exposed to the chemical agents CN or CS, and steps for administering first aid to an individual who has been exposed to the chemical agent OC.

Traffic (125 hours)

Introduction to Traffic – This course explores the role of a peace officer regarding traffic.
Motor Vehicle Offenses – This course explores aspects of enforcing the laws of motor vehicle offenses. Topics covered include: primary reason for traffic enforcement, the Ohio Revised Code section that covers definitions related to motor vehicle offenses, the Ohio Revised Code chapter that covers licensing and registration of motor vehicles, the Ohio Revised Code chapter that covers moving violations, the Ohio Revised Code chapter that covers driver’s license suspensions, the Ohio Revised Code Chapter 4511 offense, the Ohio Revised Code chapter that covers equipment violations, the Ohio Revised Code chapter that covers equipment violations, and the Ohio Revised Code chapter that covers motor vehicle crimes.
Traffic Crash Investigation – This course explores being able to systematically manage and collect all pertinent information at the scene of traffic collisions. Topics covered include: a peace officer’s priorities in protecting the scene of a collision, when a situation is classified as a motor vehicle traffic accident, sequence of events in a traffic collision, difference between contact and induced damage, what evidence should be documented with photographs at a traffic collision, and crash investigation.
Uniform Traffic Ticket – This course explores completing a Uniform Traffic Ticket. Topics covered include: information an officer must relay to a defendant concerning the defendant’s failure to appear in court at the time stated on the affidavit or pay for a traffic ticket, Uniform Traffic Tickets, and when an officer may arrest, rather than issue a citation for a minor misdemeanor.
NHTSA Speed Measuring Device – This course is to improve the effectiveness of speed enforcement through developing a cadre of operators who are competent in the proper and efficient use of speed-measuring devices. Topics covered include: association between excessive speed and crashes, injuries, and deaths, as well as the highway safety benefits of effective speed control on the local, State and/or national level; the principles of speed measurement, ability to conduct pre-operation accuracy tests for specific speed-measuring device(s); explain in detail the components and functions of speed measuring device(s); the laws, court rulings, regulations, policies, and procedures affecting speed-measuring device operations and speed enforcement in general; and prepare and present records and courtroom testimony relating to speed-measuring device(s) and speed enforcement.
Traffic Direction & Control – This course explores aspects of controlling and directing traffic. Topics covered include: the officer’s assumed authority for traffic control, traffic direction and control actions, and methods of controlling traffic.
NHTSA SFST – This course explores complete the NHTSA Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) course. Topics covered include: detection an deterrence, statutory elements of Operating Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs (OVI), physical control, per se, commercial driver’s licensing OVI, underage drinking, implied consent, legal presumptions for adults, Portable Breath Test(PBT), SFST and substantial compliance, BMV 2255, offender refusing the chemical test or is arrested OVI and tests above the per se level, providing a sworn report that is completed to the arrested person at the time of the arrest, and immobilization.

Investigation (52 hours)

Crime Scene – This course explores how to respond to and process a basic crime scene. Topics covered include: primary responsibilities of the first responder to a crime scene, measures the officer can take to control contamination at a crime scene, steps of processing a basic property crime, steps of processing a basic vehicle crime, difference between class and individual evidence characteristics, lifting a latent print off a nonporous surface, and chain of custody.

Electronic Evidence – This course explores the basics of electronic evidence. Topics covered include: what first responders should ensure before collecting any device that may contain electronic evidence, broad categories of electronic evidence, how to preserve cloud based or third party stored digital evidence, and how digital evidence is preserved on collected physical devices.

Police Photography – This course explores how to photograph a crime scene. Topics covered include: crime scene photograph perspectives, basic procedures for photographing crime scenes, and cardinal rules of crime scene photography.

Tracing Stolen Property – This course explores principles for tracing stolen property. Topics covered include: reasons for tracing stolen property, sources of information for tracing stolen property, and resources to use in establishing the values of stolen property.

Drug Awareness – This course explores how to conduct effective drug investigations at the patrol level. Topics covered include: general indicators of stimulant use, paraphernalia associated with cocaine use, paraphernalia associated with methamphetamine use, indicators of depressant use, indicators of narcotic use, paraphernalia associated with heroin use, indicators of hallucinogen use, indicators of cannabis use, paraphernalia associate with marijuana use, indictors of dissociative anesthetic use, indicators of inhalant use, sensory perceptions needed to determine reasonable suspicion of drug use, basic steps of using field testing kits, methamphetamine labs, most utilized methods of manufacturing methamphetamine in Ohio, indicators of methamphetamine labs, what law enforcement officers are responsible for when it comes to clandestine laboratories, hazards common at all clandestine labs, and simple protocol for first responders possible clandestine laboratories.

Lineups – This course explores procedures for conducting lineups.

Gambling - This course explores an overview of gambling. Topics covered include: legal and illegal gambling in Ohio.

Surveillance – This course explores aspects of conducting surveillance. Topics covered include: why surveillance should be conducted and methods of surveillance.

Interview & Interrogation – This course explores an overview of interview and interrogation. Topics covered include: difference between an interview and interrogation, how to gain rapport with a subject, purposes of interrogation, factors to consider in determining if an individual is in custody, Miranda warning, two conditions an officer is required to read the Miranda warning to a suspect, standard against which a waiver will be judged when an accused waives his/her Miranda rights, fruits of the poisonous tree, when police can further question a suspect who previously been advised of his/her Miranda rights, and public safety exception to the Miranda warning.

Physical Conditioning (44 hours)

Physical Fitness & Conditioning – This course explores the importance of lifelong health and fitness. The students participate in the initial physical assessment of sit-ups, push-ups, and a 1.5 mile run and then must pass the physical fitness requirements.

Critical Incident Stress Awareness – This course explores how to identify and manage stress. Topics covered include: different types of stress, the concept of critical incident stress, the concept of cumulative stress, possible stress reactions during a life threatening encounter, individual approaches to stress management, and when to seek assistance.

Homeland Security (22 hours)

HazMat & WMD Awareness for the First Responder - This course was developed by the State of Ohio Homeland Security Task Force, sub-committee for training. This course is designed to meet NFPA, OSHA, EPA and ODP standards/guidelines, and the needs of multiple disciplines (Fire, Law Enforcement, EMS, Healthcare Providers, and Public Works) that may be involved with incidents involving hazardous materials or weapons of mass destruction.

Bombs & Explosives – This course explores the basic procedures for potential explosive incidents. Topics covered include: definition of explosive and incendiary devices, critical components of an IED, explosive effects of an IED, common methods used to initiate an IED, common motivations of bombers, three types of bomb search teams, and procedures for when a suspicious item is found.

Terrorism Awareness – This course explores aspects of domestic and international terrorism. Topics covered include: elements of Terrorism, common beliefs among sovereign citizen extremists, indicators of a sovereign citizen extremist encounter, indicators and behaviors of potential criminal or noncriminal activities requiring additional information during investigation, and indicators and behaviors of defined criminal activity and potential terrorism nexus activity.

Incident Command System (ICS) – ICS 100, Introduction to the Incident Command System, introduces the Incident Command System (ICS) and provides the foundation for higher level ICS training. This course describes the history, features and principles, and organizational structure of the Incident Command System. It also explains the relationship between ICS and the National Incident Management System (NIMS).

National Incident Management System (NIMS) - This course introduces and overviews the National Incident Management System (NIMS). NIMS provides a consistent nationwide template to enable all government, private-sector, and nongovernmental organizations to work together during domestic incidents.

Job Search (4 hours)

Résumé Writing – This course explores the important components of a résumé and how to prepare a professional looking document.
737 Total Clock Hours
Faculty and Staff
Robert Black, Commander
Academy Rules and Regulations
Introduction to Basic Training
Introduction to Basic Policing
Criminal Justice System
Diversity & Procedural Justice
Domestic Violence
HazMat & WMD
Gang Awareness
Booking & Handling
Interview & Interrogation
Robert Black
Physical Fitness Conditioning
Matthew McDougal
Ethics & Professionalism
Fundamentals of Report Writing
Interacting with the Media
Introduction to Traffic
Motor Vehicle Offenses
NHTSA Speed Measuring Device
Drug Awareness
Patrol Aspects & Overview
Building Searches ( Practical )
Stops and Approaches
Driving Practical
Kevin Taylor
Ohio Revised Code
Crimes Against Persons
Liquor Control
Offenses Against Public Peace
Testifying in Court
Arrest, Search & Seizure
The Missing & Human Trafficking
Dillon Staas
Prostitution & Obscenity
Crimes Against Property
Arrest, Search & Seizure
Offenses Public Administration
Civil Liability & Use of Force
Ronald Joseph
Crisis Intervention
NHTSA Speed Measuring Device
Vehicle Theft & Identification
Electronic Evidence
Critical Incident Stress Management
Wayne Swigert
First Aid CPR/AED
Mark Figert
First Aid CPR/AED
Patrol Aspects & Overview (practical)
Stops & Approaches
Douglas Beougher
First Aid CPR/AED
Keith Williamson
Police Photography
Tracing Stolen Property
Crime Scene
Andrew Fishback
Critical Injury First Aid
Matthew Schrolucke
Critical Injury First Aid
Virginia Hammons
Child Abuse & Neglect
Juvenile Justice System
Kip Wright
Victim's Needs & Rights
Crime Scene
Robert C. Miller
Uniform Traffic Ticket
Traffic Direction & Control
Traffic Crash Investigation
Civil Disorders
Bombs & Explosives
Driving (practical)
Michael Dirr
Traffic Crash Investigation
Chad Cupples
NHTSA Speed Measuring
Shawn Cook
Steve Boroff
Firearms Range
Robert Garcia
Subject Control
Impact Weapons
Building Searches
Edward Klausing
Subject Control
Impact Weapons
OC Pepper Training
Adam Wehage
Firearms Range
Glenn Schenk
Terrorism Awareness
Incident Command System
National Incident Management
Russell Bailey
Companion Animal Encounters
Ricky Spoor
Mark Ernst
Driving (practical)
Chris Hile
Driving (practical)
contact us
For more information, contact any of the individuals below or stop in and pick up an application packet.
Black, Robert
OTC Police Academy Commander
Office: 419-238-5411 x 2187
Gunsett, Jaclyn
Financial Aid Coordinator / VA School Certifying Official
Office: 419-238-5411 x 2110
Jones, Kristie
OTC Enrollment Coordinator
Office: 419-238-5411 x 2118
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