Mason Community Safety Summit

The City of Mason, led by the Campus Safety Team, and in partnership with Mason City Schools launched the first Community Safety Summit Monday, March 21 at 6:00 p.m. at the Mason High School Auditorium and Large Commons.

In 2017, the City of Mason Campus Safety initiative was developed as an effort towards improving safety and advancing the partnership between the City, Mason City Schools, business partners, and the community. This innovative initiative continues to gain recognition for community collaboration and encourages detection programs and prevention efforts in many other communities moving forward in the future.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS (video links coming soon)

6:00 p.m.             Event Opens – Please enjoy the Interactive Booths

6:10 p.m.             Linder Center of Hope presentation

6:25 p.m.             Safe on Main presentation

6:40 p.m.             End Slavery Cincinnati presentation

7:00 p.m.             Keynote Speaker: Brian Phillips, Secret Service Agent

8:10 p.m.             U.S. Attorney’s Office presentation

8:25 p.m.             Mobile Response Stabilization Service presentation

8:40 p.m.             Warren County Board of Developmental Disabilities

9:00 p.m.             Event Concludes

Keynote speaker, Secret Service Agent Brian Phillips has a wide range of experiences to credit his National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) Ambassador liaison role. He protected former presidents at their residences, has experience in search warrants executed on child predators, and has experience interviewing a suspected child predator through polygraph examination. Since 2003, Brian has had roles as an investigator, field agent, intelligence agent, polygraph examiner, and cyber agent.

In addition to hosting keynote speaker Secret Service Agent Brian Phillips the Summit featured interactive booths and resources for parents on a wide variety of topics focused on community safety.  Click on the resources below for information provided at the interactive booths.


US Secret Service’s partnership with NCMEC

End Slavery Cincinnati

FBI Task Force

Online Safety


Drug Concealment

Drug Abuse Effects

ATF Drug Information


Safe on Main

U.S. Attorney’s Office and Legal Extern Program

Campus Safety PROTECT

Child Advocacy Center of Warren County

Situational Awareness


Mason High School Hope Squad

Mobile Response Stabilization Service (MRSS)

Mason City Schools Wellness and Prevention

Lindner Center of Hope



Warren County Board of Developmental Disabilities

Safe Communities Coalition

Basic First Aid

CPR Classes

Safety Camp & Drone Program

Electrical Safety

Water Safety

Mason Community Center Youth Programs

Roundabout & Crosswalk Safety


Home Security

Family Communication Plan

Thank you for participating in this event and helping grow our culture of wellness in Mason.