Mason County formed a Victim Services Unit in 1997 and is part of a state-wide program.
Michigan is the only state in the nation that provides this service in each county.
Members of the Victim Services Unit represent a broad cross-section of Mason County residents and live within our communities. Each member is trained by the Michigan Sheriffs’ Association and is Directed by the Mason County Sheriff to provide short-term crisis intervention
Victim Services can be requested by calling Central Dispatch 911 and is available to all city police, county road patrol, state troopers, marine officer as well as fire & rescue departments and ambulance personnel.
Advocates are very dedicated individuals. Their commitment is proven through the many hours of volunteer training they receive. They welcome and encourage your comments which might help future victims cope with a life altering crisis.
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To reach a Victim’s Services Advocate,
Mason County Sheriff’s Office 231-843-3475 or 911.