Table 80

MINNESOTA
Full-time Law Enforcement Employees
by State by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2007
Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law enforcement employees Total officers Total civilians
Metropolitan Counties Anoka 238 125 113
Benton 69 25 44
Carlton 47 20 27
Carver 149 79 70
Chisago 84 41 43
Clay 65 32 33
Dakota 187 75 112
Dodge 32 22 10
Hennepin 799 334 465
Houston 24 12 12
Isanti 60 19 41
Olmsted 143 56 87
Polk 26 21 5
Ramsey 397 244 153
Scott 122 36 86
Sherburne 265 63 202
Stearns 173 62 111
St. Louis 236 95 141
Wabasha 34 19 15
Washington 230 91 139
Wright 168 133 35
Nonmetropolitan Counties Aitkin 48 19 29
Becker 57 22 35
Beltrami 82 34 48
Big Stone 8 5 3
Blue Earth 76 24 52
Brown 36 10 26
Cass 64 38 26
Chippewa 18 8 10
Clearwater 20 10 10
Cook 17 12 5
Cottonwood 20 9 11
Crow Wing 123 43 80
Douglas 72 23 49
Faribault 22 9 13
Fillmore 30 18 12
Freeborn 51 19 32
Goodhue 106 39 67
Grant 10 6 4
Hubbard 37 14 23
Itasca 72 60 12
Jackson 19 8 11
Kanabec 32 14 18
Kandiyohi 113 34 79
Kittson 10 5 5
Koochiching 17 10 7
Lac Qui Parle 9 7 2
Lake 27 16 11
Lake of the Woods 9 5 4
Le Sueur 29 17 12
Lincoln 10 4 6
Lyon 36 13 23
Mahnomen 19 12 7
Marshall 17 11 6
Martin 29 10 19
McLeod 58 25 33
Meeker 41 16 25
Mille Lacs 66 25 41
Morrison 59 19 40
Mower 47 19 28
Murray 13 9 4
Nicollet 29 11 18
Nobles 34 11 23
Norman 8 5 3
Otter Tail 81 34 47
Pennington 27 6 21
Pine 82 28 54
Pipestone 22 12 10
Pope 14 7 7
Red Lake 10 6 4
Redwood 23 10 13
Renville 17 11 6
Rice 49 24 25
Rock 16 11 5
Roseau 24 13 11
Sibley 23 11 12
Steele 24 18 6
Stevens 12 6 6
Swift 13 6 7
Todd 31 14 17
Traverse 11 5 6
Wadena 18 7 11
Waseca 27 12 15
Watonwan 21 9 12
Wilkin 16 6 10
Winona 53 16 37
Yellow Medicine 21 8 13

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