Table 80

MINNESOTA
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 Anoka 217 112 105
Benton 66 26 40
Carlton 44 21 23
Carver 136 71 65
Chisago 95 41 54
Clay 61 30 31
Dakota 157 75 82
Dodge 32 22 10
Hennepin 734 315 419
Houston 23 11 12
Isanti 54 18 36
Olmsted 128 50 78
Polk 28 23 5
Ramsey 401 239 162
Scott 117 36 81
Sherburne 206 57 149
Stearns 141 49 92
St. Louis 172 87 85
Wabasha 31 16 15
Washington 218 85 133
Wright 177 111 66
Nonmetropolitan Counties Aitkin 46 18 28
Becker 53 21 32
Beltrami 68 27 41
Big Stone 8 5 3
Blue Earth 60 23 37
Brown 35 9 26
Cass 59 33 26
Chippewa 17 7 10
Clearwater 16 6 10
Cook 17 11 6
Cottonwood 19 8 11
Crow Wing 102 38 64
Douglas 70 29 41
Faribault 21 10 11
Fillmore 31 18 13
Freeborn 52 21 31
Goodhue 104 37 67
Grant 11 6 5
Hubbard 34 13 21
Itasca 69 63 6
Jackson 18 7 11
Kanabec 30 13 17
Kandiyohi 110 34 76
Kittson 10 5 5
Koochiching 17 9 8
Lac Qui Parle 9 5 4
Lake 27 14 13
Lake of the Woods 12 7 5
Le Sueur 25 15 10
Lincoln 10 4 6
Lyon 35 12 23
Mahnomen 18 11 7
Marshall 18 12 6
Martin 29 10 19
McLeod 59 22 37
Meeker 38 14 24
Mille Lacs 60 21 39
Morrison 46 16 30
Mower 48 20 28
Murray 11 6 5
Nicollet 25 11 14
Nobles 30 10 20
Norman 8 5 3
Otter Tail 75 31 44
Pennington 34 7 27
Pine 73 27 46
Pipestone 25 10 15
Pope 12 6 6
Red Lake 9 5 4
Redwood 22 11 11
Renville 17 10 7
Rice 48 22 26
Rock 16 11 5
Roseau 20 10 10
Sibley 22 10 12
Steele 25 18 7
Stevens 10 4 6
Swift 13 6 7
Todd 31 14 17
Traverse 7 4 3
Wadena 18 7 11
Waseca 25 12 13
Watonwan 21 9 12
Wilkin 9 6 3
Winona 61 19 42
Yellow Medicine 19 7 12

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