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Jacob Alexander (left), 6, with Deputy John Thompson, lead the way on a zip line Saturday, Nov. 18, during the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station Open House. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
Five-year-old Ryan Kelly, accompanied by Malibu/Lost Hills Deputy Ray Hicks, tries to steer a cart while wearing glasses that simulate impaired vision Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Sheriff’s Open House.
Victoria Nodiff-Netanel (left), director of Mini Therapy Horses, visits with (left to right) Isabelle Lupton, Nathan Brunk, Andrew Brunk and Tania Brunk.
Brooks Ross, 2, and his mom, Jessica, pose near a Lenco armored rescue vehicle at the open house. The vehicle is designed for protection of rescue crew and law enforcement in active shooter and major riot situations.
Malibu Search and Rescue Public Information Officer David Katz climbs the training tower to secure a zip line for the event.
Meital Adams (front), 9, and Edden Adams, 6, sit on a sheriff’s motorcycle.
(Left to right) Deputy Rick Baldi, Deputy Rick Vigil, Deputy Mike Ranes and Deputy John Mullin gather for a photo.
Eric Billingsley, Freelance Reporter
8:10 am PST November 20, 2017

The Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station in Agoura Hills hosted an open house event Saturday, Nov. 18, during which the public was invited to meet representatives from the station and visit interactive displays from the sheriff department’s various units.

Exhibits included the sheriff K-9 unit, SWAT team, bomb squad, Mounted Enforcement Detail, Search and Rescue team, Agoura Hills Community Emergency Response Team, fire station, interactive DUI experience, Shakey Quakey School House earthquake simulator, and more.