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Precinct 12—Dundalk

Precinct News

View the latest news on crime in your area below, or read the local blotter for the Dundalk Precinct.

 
August 10: First Degree Burglary, 2900 Block Of Dunmurry Road 21222
At 12:30 p.m., an unknown suspect made entry into the location through a back door by breaking out a window pane to unlock the door. The suspect stole various items including baby clothes.
August 9: First Degree Burglary, 1900 Block Of Armco Way 21222
An unknown suspect made entry through an unlocked rear door. The suspect stole several items of clothing.

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Police Community Relations Councils (PCRC) provide an open forum where citizens, community leaders and representatives of the local business community may bring attention to problems within their neighborhood.

Second Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
Dundalk Precinct
428 Westham Way
Dundalk, Maryland 21224
Phone: 410-887-7320
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Contact Information

Contact your precinct regarding the following programs.

ProgramContact Information

Business Patrol Initiative
The precinct maintains a list of all businesses in the area and their 24-hour contact information. Contact us to update your "night card" contact information, which is critical to the safety and security of your business.

Phone: 410-887-7320

Community Outreach Team
Connects citizens with services and programs like the Citizens on Patrol program.

Phone: 410-887-7337

Domestic Violence Coordinator
Conducts follow-up investigations to make referrals, and provide resources and support to victims throughout the criminal justice process.

Phone: 410-887-7337

Juvenile Offenders in Need of Supervision (JOINS)

Officer S. Knox
Phone: 410-887-0499
Email: snknox@baltimorecountymd.gov

School Resource Officer

Phone: 410-887-7337
Public Safety Cadet Program

Mentor: D. Marlow
Phone: 410-887-7337

Co-mentor: R. Borunda
Phone: 410-887-7320

SHIELD Program

Officer C. Briggs
Phone: 410-887-7337
Email: cbriggs@baltimorecountymd.gov

Traffic Team

Phone: 410-887-7301

Youth Counseling

Phone: 410-887-5823

About the Commander

Captain Glen Wiedeck

Captain Glen Wiedeck is excited about the opportunity to work in the same area where he started as a young patrol officer 29 years ago in 1989, to help reduce crime and improve the quality of life for citizens. 

  • 1992—Selected to join the Hostage Negotiations Team where he worked tirelessly to peacefully resolve critical incidents and help people in crisis for 15 years, ultimately becoming the assistant team commander until his departure in 2007.
  • 1995—Became a detective in the Criminal Investigations Bureau. Transferred to the Narcotics unit.
  • 2002—Promoted to corporal and assigned to the White Marsh Precinct where he worked as a patrol supervisor
  • 2003—Transferred to supervise the White Marsh Precinct Community Drug/Violence Interdiction Team.
  • 2005—Promoted to sergeant in January 2005 and assigned as a patrol supervisor in the Essex Precinct.
  • 2006—Assigned to the Crimes Against Children Units a detective sergeant. Later promoted to the rank of detective lieutenant and assumed command of the Regional Auto Theft Task Force. Transferred back to the Crimes Against Children Unit as the unit commander.
  • 2022—Assignment as the commander of the Dundalk Precinct.

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Contact Us

Precinct 12—Dundalk

428 Westham Way
Baltimore, MD 21224

Hours

Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Phone

Main:
410-887-7320

Commanding Officer:
410-887-7317

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Commanding Officer

Captain Glen Wiedeck

Assistant Commander

Lieutenant Bill Isenhart

 
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