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    Simi Valley Police Chief Selects the Samaritan Center of Simi Valley for a $4,790 Dollar Donation

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    On April 1, 2020, Simi Valley Police Chief David Livingstone presented the Samaritan Center of Simi Valley with a donation check for $4,790 dollars. Chief Livingstone selected the Samaritan Center of Simi Valley as the recipient of Versaterm’s annual charity donation program. Simi Valley Police Department uses various Versaterm Inc. products including the Versadex Computer Aided Dispatch System and Records Management System to support police operations. The donation to the Samaritan Center is a percentage of the maintenance fees the Police Department paid for services in 2019.

    Samaritan Center of Simi Valley Information

    The Samaritan Center is committed to providing homeless with opportunities and the hope of better life. The staff assists each individual exactly where they are in becoming self-supportive and independent again.

    If you would like more information about the Samaritan Center and their services, please visit their website: or contact the center by phone: (805) 579-9166. According to Samaritan Center Executive Director Merari DeLara, one of the center’s greatest needs are gas gift cards.

    Additional Information

    The Police Department would like to remind the community that homelessness is a community problem and not a police problem. In order to reduce homelessness, it requires a combination of government, social services, community, and religious organizations working together. We would like to encourage our residents to stay up to date on the status of homeless services and affordable housing by visiting the following websites:

    • Ventura County Continuum of Care at:
    • Simi Valley Task Force on Homelessness at:

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