Table 80

FLORIDA
Full-time Law Enforcement Employees
by State by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2005

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law enforcement employees Total officers Total civilians
Metropolitan Counties Alachua 715 261 454
Baker 47 40 7
Bay 276 197 79
Brevard 665 476 189
Broward 1,568 347 1,221
Charlotte 514 253 261
Clay 523 269 254
Collier 1,218 600 618
Escambia 754 390 364
Gadsden 122 64 58
Gilchrist 51 25 26
Hernando 351 234 117
Hillsborough 3,178 1,168 2,010
Indian River 416 186 230
Jefferson 30 19 11
Lake 382 256 126
Lee 898 580 318
Leon 609 327 282
Manatee 1,060 680 380
Marion 821 336 485
Martin 573 250 323
Miami-Dade 4,141 2,808 1,333
Nassau 208 142 66
Okaloosa 364 258 106
Orange 1,895 1,281 614
Osceola 484 335 149
Palm Beach 2,870 1,234 1,636
Pasco 948 501 447
Pinellas 2,606 833 1,773
Polk 1,448 547 901
Santa Rosa 280 181 99
Sarasota 946 423 523
Seminole 983 387 596
St. Johns 512 241 271
St. Lucie 563 241 322
Volusia 694 448 246
Wakulla 142 68 74
Nonmetropolitan Counties Bradford 37 22 15
Calhoun 26 15 11
Citrus 306 201 105
Columbia 179 82 97
DeSoto 109 49 60
Dixie 57 47 10
Flagler 131 91 40
Franklin 83 67 16
Glades 30 27 3
Gulf 45 30 15
Hamilton 57 19 38
Hardee 85 63 22
Hendry 118 60 58
Highlands 262 105 157
Holmes 38 20 18
Jackson 68 49 19
Lafayette 25 9 16
Levy 148 73 75
Liberty 22 18 4
Madison 30 27 3
Monroe 518 240 278
Okeechobee 117 79 38
Putnam 214 122 92
Sumter 175 129 46
Suwannee 93 50 43
Taylor 48 32 16
Union 12 10 2
Walton 213 139 74
Washington 68 30 38

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