Western District

Western District

Email: WesternDistrict@BaltimorePolice.org

Address: 1034 N. Mount Street, Baltimore, MD 21217

Phone: 410.396.2477

Western District Commander's Monthly Crime and Community Meeting

3rd Tuesday @ 7:00 p.m. - Western District Roll Call Room and Virtual via Zoom 

Zoom Linkhttps://zoom.us/j/97279954248

  • Meeting ID: 972 7995 4248 
  • Passcode: 899406

Phone Number: 1-301-715-8592 

  • Meeting ID: 97279954248 
  • Passcode: 899406

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Facebook: @BPDwestern

District Information

Western

The Western District is comprised of several historic neighborhoods such as Sandtown-Winchester, Poppleton, Penn-North, and Druid Hill. The former site of Edgar Allan Poe’s home is now a thriving residential community that stands alongside the University of Maryland’s Biotech Campus. The Western District is also home to Coppin State University, one of the nation's premier Historically Black Colleges and Universities and known for its nursing and teaching programs.

District Neighborhoods

  • Bridgeview/Greenlawn
  • Coppin Heights/Ash-Co-East
  • Easterwood
  • Evergreen Lawn
  • Franklin Square
  • Harlem Park
  • Midtown-Edmondson
  • Mondawmin
  • Mosher
  • Panway/Braddish Avenue
  • Parkview/Woodbrook
  • Penn North
  • Penrose/Fayette Street Outreach
  • Poppleton
  • Rosemont Homeowners/Tenants
  • Sandtown-Winchester

Major Mark Taylor

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Captain Matt Corell

Captain Matt Corell

Captain Matt Corell joined the Baltimore Police Department in 1997. He was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2016 and to Lieutenant in 2020. Prior to his current position as Captain of the Western District, he served as Patrol Lieutenant/Shift Commander in the Northeast District; Patrol Sergeant in the Northwest District; Administrative Sergeant of the Training, Recruitment and Officer Wellness Division; Patrol Sergeant in the Western District; and Special Assistant to the Deputy Police Commissioner.

He earned his Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and his Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership from Johns Hopkins University.