Table 80

TENNESSEE
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 Anderson 131 47 84
Blount 266 228 38
Bradley 198 99 99
Cannon 26 10 16
Carter 74 38 36
Cheatham 71 32 39
Chester 30 13 17
Dickson 122 51 71
Fayette 66 33 33
Grainger 43 18 25
Hamblen 68 32 36
Hamilton 378 150 228
Hartsville-Trousdale 31 17 14
Hawkins 39 36 3
Hickman 42 25 17
Jefferson 83 34 49
Knox 939 380 559
Loudon 61 40 21
Macon 59 28 31
Madison 212 63 149
Marion 40 18 22
Montgomery 303 82 221
Polk 42 17 25
Robertson 100 43 57
Rutherford 394 187 207
Sequatchie 36 17 19
Shelby 1,781 531 1,250
Smith 37 15 22
Stewart 36 15 21
Sullivan 249 105 144
Sumner 234 70 164
Tipton 72 40 32
Unicoi 39 19 20
Union 28 15 13
Washington 170 79 91
Williamson 209 112 97
Wilson 217 83 134
Nonmetropolitan Counties Bedford 81 30 51
Benton 38 17 21
Bledsoe 12 7 5
Campbell 64 37 27
Carroll 34 18 16
Claiborne 67 22 45
Clay 21 10 11
Cocke 65 32 33
Coffee 70 38 32
Crockett 30 12 18
Cumberland 89 44 45
Decatur 20 12 8
DeKalb 37 15 22
Dyer 65 24 41
Fentress 28 17 11
Franklin 51 30 21
Gibson 75 31 44
Giles 58 25 33
Greene 157 62 95
Grundy 22 12 10
Hancock 40 14 26
Hardeman 42 22 20
Hardin 43 16 27
Haywood 47 19 28
Henderson 35 23 12
Henry 63 31 32
Houston 22 10 12
Humphreys 29 16 13
Jackson 33 13 20
Johnson 43 15 28
Lake 17 6 11
Lauderdale 58 23 35
Lawrence 69 41 28
Lewis 28 13 15
Lincoln 55 25 30
Marshall 49 22 27
Maury 130 69 61
McMinn 73 36 37
McNairy 36 15 21
Meigs 28 11 17
Monroe 71 36 35
Moore 25 13 12
Morgan 39 14 25
Obion 38 26 12
Overton 54 24 30
Perry 31 13 18
Pickett 15 10 5
Putnam 124 58 66
Rhea 85 33 52
Roane 71 27 44
Scott 42 21 21
Sevier 144 84 60
Van Buren 17 7 10
Warren 78 37 41
Wayne 44 17 27
Weakley 42 21 21
White 54 25 29

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