Table 80

WISCONSIN
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 Brown 306 146 160
Calumet 45 22 23
Chippewa 67 53 14
Columbia 81 40 41
Dane 543 426 117
Douglas 81 74 7
Eau Claire 116 35 81
Fond du Lac 108 53 55
Iowa 42 20 22
Kenosha 307 103 204
Kewaunee 38 36 2
La Crosse 105 41 64
Marathon 170 64 106
Milwaukee 910 604 306
Oconto 64 26 38
Outagamie 206 74 132
Ozaukee 100 73 27
Pierce 49 45 4
Racine 268 187 81
Rock 178 91 87
Sheboygan 170 74 96
St. Croix 83 76 7
Washington 164 66 98
Waukesha 335 147 188
Winnebago 213 142 71
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adams 56 56 0
Ashland 35 28 7
Barron 66 48 18
Bayfield 41 22 19
Buffalo 21 10 11
Burnett 40 17 23
Clark 54 50 4
Crawford 27 26 1
Dodge 159 49 110
Door 62 46 16
Dunn 24 20 4
Florence 13 13 0
Forest 19 17 2
Grant 46 24 22
Green 52 44 8
Green Lake 44 20 24
Iron 19 19 0
Jackson 38 19 19
Jefferson 121 98 23
Juneau 58 46 12
Lafayette 24 13 11
Langlade 44 16 28
Lincoln 55 27 28
Manitowoc 105 59 46
Marinette 56 28 28
Marquette 37 35 2
Menominee 13 11 2
Monroe 25 22 3
Oneida 82 38 44
Pepin 18 17 1
Polk 72 26 46
Portage 88 44 44
Price 30 20 10
Richland 25 24 1
Rusk 32 32 0
Sauk 146 108 38
Sawyer 43 31 12
Shawano 58 39 19
Taylor 43 20 23
Trempealeau 49 24 25
Vernon 26 25 1
Vilas 71 34 37
Walworth 75 75 0
Washburn 29 13 16
Waupaca 83 34 49
Waushara 64 25 39
Wood 78 43 35

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