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Malibu/Lost Hills Station Capt. Matthew S. Vander Horck (right) shakes hands the Rev. Matt Murphy, of Our Lady of Malibu Parish, and other attendees after speaking Oct. 23 at the second annual Clergy Advisory Council meeting. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News
Chaplains Brian La Spada (left) and Phil Reeves address the assembled area faith leaders.
Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority representatives Daniel Ornelas (left) and Dale Wilson are pictured.
The well-attended meeting included discussions of security, active shooting situations and more.
Pepperdine University Chaplain Sara G. Barton delivers the invocation.
Lost Hills Station Capt. Matthew S. Vander Horck shakes hands with attendees.
Deputy Michael Selnick shares active shooter information.
(Left to right) Dale Wilson, of LAHSA, Deputy Heriberto Guttierez, with Homeless Outreach Services, Daniel Ornelas, of LAHSA, and Deputy Shai Sheklow, with the Homeless Outreach, stand before the crowd on Oct. 23.
Michele Willer-Allred, Freelance Reporter
8:22 am PDT October 25, 2019
Active shootings, faith community security and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s approach in dealing with the homeless were discussed Oct. 23 during the second annual Clergy Advisory Council meeting.