Table 80

INDIANA
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 Allen 338 125 213
Bartholomew 69 37 32
Benton 20 6 14
Boone 55 25 30
Brown 39 13 26
Carroll 25 12 13
Clark 100 35 65
Dearborn 28 28 0
Delaware 111 47 64
Elkhart 177 67 110
Floyd 79 22 57
Franklin 12 10 2
Gibson 41 16 25
Greene 39 13 26
Hamilton 73 60 13
Hancock 76 38 38
Harrison 29 21 8
Hendricks 60 50 10
Howard 113 33 80
Jasper 45 21 24
Johnson 113 88 25
La Porte 149 57 92
Madison 118 50 68
Monroe 42 30 12
Morgan 65 22 43
Newton 47 15 32
Ohio 9 9 0
Owen 33 11 22
Porter 144 121 23
Posey 13 12 1
Putnam 35 15 20
Shelby 79 26 53
St. Joseph 290 128 162
Tippecanoe 147 46 101
Vanderburgh 248 106 142
Vermillion 24 7 17
Vigo 99 36 63
Warrick 80 37 43
Washington 37 12 25
Wells 38 15 23
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adams 38 15 23
Blackford 28 8 20
Cass 55 18 37
Crawford 7 7 0
Daviess 57 14 43
Decatur 27 9 18
De Kalb 55 18 37
Dubois 36 16 20
Fayette 36 11 25
Fountain 19 8 11
Fulton 28 10 18
Grant 111 45 66
Henry 60 29 31
Huntington 40 14 26
Jackson 50 14 36
Jay 32 11 21
Jefferson 19 12 7
Jennings 40 14 26
Knox 28 12 16
Kosciusko 83 35 48
LaGrange 51 17 34
Lawrence 64 25 39
Marshall 52 21 31
Martin 15 7 8
Miami 35 15 20
Montgomery 42 17 25
Noble 74 21 53
Orange 28 8 20
Parke 38 12 26
Perry 17 7 10
Pike 26 9 17
Pulaski 39 9 30
Randolph 40 16 24
Ripley 11 11 0
Rush 23 10 13
Scott 25 9 16
Spencer 51 13 38
Starke 27 12 15
Steuben 62 21 41
Switzerland 25 9 16
Union 6 6 0
Wabash 35 14 21
Warren 20 7 13
Wayne 101 69 32
White 30 12 18

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