Table 78

UTAH
Full-time Law Enforcement Employees
by State by City, 2005

City Total law enforcement employees Total officers Total civilians
Alpine/Highland 17 16 1
Alta 8 3 5
American Fork 38 33 5
Big Water 1 1 0
Blanding 6 5 1
Bountiful 45 34 11
Brian Head 5 5 0
Brigham City 30 25 5
Cedar City 37 31 6
Centerville 20 17 3
Clearfield 47 33 14
Clinton 18 15 3
Draper 35 28 7
East Carbon 4 4 0
Ephraim 5 5 0
Fairview 1 1 0
Farmington 14 12 2
Garland 4 4 0
Grantsville 11 9 2
Gunnison 2 2 0
Harrisville 7 6 1
Heber 17 13 4
Helper 6 6 0
Hildale 6 5 1
Hurricane 19 15 4
Kamas 2 2 0
Kanab 7 5 2
Kaysville 20 18 2
La Verkin 4 4 0
Layton 100 74 26
Lehi 30 27 3
Logan 87 54 33
Mantua 1 1 0
Mapleton 7 6 1
Midvale 49 44 5
Minersville 1 1 0
Moab 16 12 4
Monticello 4 4 0
Moroni 1 1 0
Mount Pleasant 6 5 1
Murray 95 72 23
Naples 5 4 1
Nephi 11 9 2
North Ogden 20 17 3
North Park 8 7 1
North Salt Lake 15 13 2
Ogden 159 132 27
Orem 118 86 32
Park City 37 28 9
Parowan 3 3 0
Payson 19 17 2
Perry 4 4 0
Pleasant Grove/Lindon 38 31 7
Pleasant View 7 6 1
Price 18 16 2
Provo 143 91 52
Richfield 14 12 2
Riverdale 24 20 4
Roosevelt 11 9 2
Roy 45 39 6
Salem 7 7 0
Salina 7 6 1
Salt Lake City 564 409 155
Sandy 141 105 36
Santaquin/Genola 7 7 0
Smithfield 8 7 1
South Jordan 49 43 6
South Ogden 28 24 4
South Salt Lake 66 53 13
Spanish Fork 26 24 2
Springville 32 24 8
St. George 114 87 27
Stockton 1 1 0
Sunset 9 8 1
Syracuse 16 14 2
Taylorsville City 57 49 8
Tooele 32 28 4
Tremonton 10 9 1
Vernal 21 17 4
Wellington 4 4 0
Wendover 5 4 1
West Bountiful 10 9 1
West Jordan 128 95 33
West Valley 223 178 45
Willard 2 2 0
Woods Cross 13 11 2

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