Table 80

TENNESSEE
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 Anderson 114 41 73
Blount 301 256 45
Bradley 212 98 114
Cannon 19 8 11
Carter 79 71 8
Cheatham 64 29 35
Chester 23 11 12
Dickson 113 52 61
Fayette 58 33 25
Grainger 36 16 20
Hamblen 67 31 36
Hamilton 357 137 220
Hartsville-Trousdale 32 17 15
Hawkins 60 38 22
Hickman 36 23 13
Jefferson 57 36 21
Knox 1,033 477 556
Loudon 62 35 27
Macon 47 21 26
Madison 210 63 147
Marion 47 17 30
Montgomery 287 243 44
Polk 36 18 18
Robertson 103 40 63
Rutherford 338 165 173
Sequatchie 25 16 9
Shelby 1,986 487 1,499
Smith 43 16 27
Stewart 32 13 19
Sullivan 221 101 120
Sumner 230 63 167
Tipton 68 37 31
Unicoi 38 19 19
Union 40 18 22
Washington 185 87 98
Williamson 108 93 15
Wilson 143 82 61
Nonmetropolitan Counties Bedford 90 25 65
Benton 40 13 27
Bledsoe 18 11 7
Campbell 54 27 27
Carroll 35 17 18
Claiborne 46 23 23
Clay 15 8 7
Cocke 64 30 34
Coffee 68 65 3
Crockett 28 11 17
Cumberland 84 41 43
Decatur 15 9 6
DeKalb 35 14 21
Dyer 66 24 42
Fentress 26 15 11
Franklin 55 30 25
Gibson 61 32 29
Giles 54 20 34
Greene 143 53 90
Grundy 23 10 13
Hancock 39 16 23
Hardeman 36 18 18
Hardin 26 17 9
Haywood 39 16 23
Henderson 37 25 12
Henry 60 28 32
Houston 20 9 11
Humphreys 27 14 13
Jackson 23 14 9
Johnson 40 16 24
Lake 19 9 10
Lauderdale 55 19 36
Lawrence 59 45 14
Lewis 26 12 14
Lincoln 54 22 32
Marshall 46 20 26
Maury 113 58 55
McMinn 67 35 32
McNairy 30 15 15
Meigs 18 8 10
Monroe 60 55 5
Moore 24 12 12
Morgan 43 11 32
Obion 56 24 32
Overton 50 19 31
Perry 25 11 14
Pickett 10 6 4
Putnam 115 52 63
Rhea 49 29 20
Roane 56 30 26
Scott 38 30 8
Sevier 136 81 55
Van Buren 13 7 6
Warren 78 38 40
Wayne 32 13 19
Weakley 42 21 21
White 56 22 34

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