Table 80

MICHIGAN
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 Barry 55 31 24
Bay 88 38 50
Berrien 168 72 96
Calhoun 182 73 109
Cass 72 35 37
Clinton 59 26 33
Eaton 131 72 59
Genesee 271 142 129
Ingham 214 127 87
Ionia 54 22 32
Jackson 140 52 88
Kalamazoo 207 160 47
Kent 554 209 345
Lapeer 82 48 34
Livingston 128 68 60
Macomb 504 251 253
Monroe 202 96 106
Muskegon 117 49 68
Newaygo 64 26 38
Oakland 1,038 857 181
Ottawa 211 117 94
Saginaw 135 75 60
St. Clair 170 67 103
Van Buren 93 49 44
Washtenaw 278 135 143
Wayne 1,291 920 371
Nonmetropolitan Counties Alcona 26 15 11
Alger 13 10 3
Allegan 106 62 44
Alpena 27 13 14
Antrim 46 20 26
Arenac 13 11 2
Baraga 13 6 7
Benzie 50 16 34
Branch 50 26 24
Charlevoix 37 18 19
Cheboygan 36 18 18
Chippewa 33 15 18
Clare 24 20 4
Crawford 26 14 12
Delta 31 15 16
Dickinson 33 14 19
Emmet 43 23 20
Gladwin 39 18 21
Gogebic 18 12 6
Grand Traverse 121 64 57
Gratiot 37 19 18
Hillsdale 41 26 15
Huron 38 23 15
Iosco 25 6 19
Iron 20 8 12
Isabella 50 24 26
Kalkaska 36 17 19
Keweenaw 6 6 0
Lake 56 15 41
Leelanau 40 22 18
Lenawee 102 47 55
Luce 4 3 1
Mackinac 18 7 11
Manistee 29 13 16
Marquette 49 20 29
Mason 40 19 21
Mecosta 47 24 23
Menominee 32 16 16
Midland 65 42 23
Missaukee 27 13 14
Montcalm 56 25 31
Montmorency 24 11 13
Oceana 35 19 16
Ogemaw 28 14 14
Ontonagon 12 9 3
Osceola 33 16 17
Oscoda 17 11 6
Otsego 26 13 13
Presque Isle 26 13 13
Roscommon 43 28 15
Sanilac 53 26 27
Schoolcraft 13 4 9
Shiawassee 61 30 31
St. Joseph 48 26 22
Tuscola 44 20 24
Wexford 50 24 26

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