Table 80

OHIO
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 154 73 81
Brown 40 27 13
Butler 295 156 139
Carroll 19 17 2
Clark 151 123 28
Clermont 204 89 115
Cuyahoga 1,028 168 860
Delaware 145 75 70
Erie 74 36 38
Fairfield 123 95 28
Franklin 847 625 222
Fulton 30 18 12
Geauga 115 51 64
Greene 160 120 40
Lake 189 54 135
Lawrence 42 34 8
Licking 185 127 58
Lorain 240 76 164
Madison 32 32 0
Mahoning 217 204 13
Miami 136 50 86
Montgomery 443 212 231
Morrow 55 31 24
Ottawa 59 58 1
Portage 130 52 78
Preble 62 18 44
Richland 115 51 64
Stark 231 132 99
Summit 479 387 92
Trumbull 116 47 69
Warren 158 85 73
Washington 41 31 10
Wood 111 78 33
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adams 30 21 9
Ashland 61 41 20
Ashtabula 78 41 37
Athens 27 23 4
Auglaize 52 20 32
Champaign 28 20 8
Clinton 63 35 28
Columbiana 28 21 7
Coshocton 53 46 7
Crawford 64 18 46
Darke 64 40 24
Defiance 37 21 16
Fayette 38 28 10
Gallia 29 19 10
Guernsey 40 21 19
Hancock 87 35 52
Hardin 23 17 6
Harrison 18 14 4
Henry 25 24 1
Highland 55 55 0
Hocking 21 18 3
Holmes 49 35 14
Huron 71 24 47
Jackson 43 15 28
Knox 72 54 18
Logan 103 38 65
Marion 40 28 12
Mercer 34 27 7
Monroe 18 15 3
Morgan 15 11 4
Muskingum 123 83 40
Noble 16 6 10
Paulding 24 12 12
Perry 17 13 4
Pike 17 14 3
Putnam 53 32 21
Ross 93 58 35
Scioto 66 52 14
Seneca 73 18 55
Shelby 69 33 36
Tuscarawas 92 33 59
Van Wert 25 19 6
Vinton 15 12 3
Williams 24 20 4

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