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Precinct 9 – White Marsh


Captain Joseph Conger

Assistant Commander

Lieutenant Dave Naimaster

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News from the Captain

If you are planning to be away from home for a while, remember to protect it with some basic crime prevention tips.

  • Remove objects that might allow access to your home, such as ladders as they can be used to enter a window or scale a fence.
  • Do not post travel plans on social media letting people know that your house may be unoccupied.
  • Ask a neighbor, friend or relative to pick up your mail, newspapers and deliveries or simply have delivery stopped while you are away.
  • Don't leave a key hidden outside. Burglars know all the best hiding places.
  • Secure windows including those upstairs.
  • Cut tree limbs away from second-story windows to reduce the chance of entry.
  • Use timers to operate lights. It makes your home look occupied when you're not there.
  • Ask a friend to move your car occasionally if it's parked in the driveway.
  • Install a web-based home security system that allows you to check on your home while away, as well as arm and disarm your system from any laptop, cell phone, PDA or other web-enabled devices. Be sure to have a good firewall and protection system for your web-based system.

Stolen vehicles is a common crime trend, especially when drivers leave the keys in the ignition with the engine running. Always lock your car and take the keys with you even if you need to briefly run in the store.

Residents are encouraged to attend the White Marsh Police and Community Relations Council (PCRC) meetings held monthly. Information on their meetings, events and crime prevention is posted on their Facebook page.

Help protect your community from crime by reporting suspicious persons or activity to 911.


Are you going out of town? Don't leave your home looking unoccupied. Complete a Vacant House Form and email it to the precinct's Community Outreach Team. Officers will then check on your location for any unusual activity while you are away.

If something suspicious does happen at your home, law enforcement will be able to quickly reach you or a local emergency contact from the information provided on the form.

Blotter and Crime Trends

Precinct 9 - White Marsh

Read news updates from Precinct 9 - White Marsh.
  1. July 26: First Degree Assault, 8000 Block of Belair Road 21236

    At 9:53 p.m., the suspect was asked to leave the area at which point he reached into a vehicle, grabbed a knife, and brandished it towards the victim. The victim then displayed a weapon at which point the suspect backed away from the victim. The police arrived and arrested the suspect. 
    Mon, 27 Jul 2020 01:53:00 GMT
  2. July 26: Second Degree Burglary, 8400 Block of Honeygo Boulevard 21236

    At 3 a.m., an unknown suspect gained entry into the Exxon store by shattering the glass front door. Merchandise was stolen.
    Sun, 26 Jul 2020 07:00:00 GMT
  3. July 25: First Degree Burglary, 100 Block of Lionhead Court 21237

    At 18:04 p.m., an unknown suspect broke into the victim's residence. Once inside, the suspect disabled a camera in the kitchen and then stole the victim's property.
    Sat, 25 Jul 2020 22:04:00 GMT

View the Local Blotter for the White Marsh Precinct for the latest news on crime in your area.

About the Precinct Commander

Captain Joseph Conger began his career in 1995 as a police cadet. In 1998 he graduated from the 104th Recruit Class of the BCoPD Training Academy with the top honor of the Silver Badge Award. He was assigned as a patrol officer to Precinct 9 White Marsh. He was promoted to the rank of corporal in 2002 and progressed through many subsequent ranks and assignments, including Technical Services as a corporal from 2002 to 2004, Precinct 12 North Point as a sergeant from 2004 to 2007 and Precinct 6 Towson as a lieutenant from 2007 to 2011.

Captain Conger participated in the Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) Program of the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration from 2010 through 2014. He worked on the initial design of the national DDACTS workshop program, facilitated workshops in 10 cities and presented at the 2012 Massachusetts Area Crime Analyst Conference.

Captain Conger served as the first commander of the Technology and Communications Section when it was established in 2011. He established a successful operational model to manage and prioritize technology projects, facilitate multi-agency communications interoperability for critical incidents and provide 24/7 technical support for all field personnel. Captain Conger has directed several large-scale, agency-wide projects for long-term organizational improvements in daily police operations. These major advancements include the Police Body Worn Cameras, Field Based Reporting System, E-TIX, the Automated Crash Reporting System, Citizen Online Reporting System and Portable Observation Device program.

Captain Conger is a graduate of the FBI National Academy 241st Session in 2010 and currently serves as an elected Executive Board Member for FBI National Academy Associates Maryland-Delaware Chapter. He is also a graduate of the Community College of Baltimore County and the Archbishop Curley High School.

Captain Conger was assigned as the commander of Precinct 9 White Marsh on February 1. He is honored to serve the communities of his youth and his original assignment as a police officer.

Revised December 27, 2019         


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8220 Perry Hall Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21236
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Main Phone: 410-887-5000
Fax: 410-887-5008

Captain Joseph Conger, Commanding Officer

Lieutenant Dave Naimaster, Assistant Commander

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Counseling Team

Domestic Violence Coordinator

Explorer Program

Juvenile Offenders In Need of Supervision

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