Table 80

MINNESOTA
Full-time Law Enforcement Employees
by State by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2008
Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan Counties County Total law enforcement employees Total officers Total civilians
Metropolitan Counties Anoka 241 128 113
Benton 72 27 45
Blue Earth 73 25 48
Carlton 48 19 29
Carver 149 88 61
Chisago 85 41 44
Clay 64 33 31
Dakota 168 78 90
Dodge 33 23 10
Hennepin 790 327 463
Houston 24 13 11
Isanti 57 20 37
Nicollet 29 11 18
Olmsted 150 57 93
Polk 30 24 6
Ramsey 400 236 164
Scott 125 38 87
Sherburne 275 66 209
Stearns 182 64 118
St. Louis 235 96 139
Wabasha 36 19 17
Washington 231 91 140
Wright 219 139 80
Nonmetropolitan Counties Aitkin 46 19 27
Becker 57 21 36
Beltrami 78 33 45
Big Stone 8 5 3
Brown 36 10 26
Cass 58 35 23
Chippewa 18 8 10
Clearwater 18 8 10
Cook 18 11 7
Cottonwood 20 9 11
Crow Wing 127 43 84
Douglas 73 24 49
Faribault 22 9 13
Fillmore 31 18 13
Freeborn 54 21 33
Goodhue 102 39 63
Grant 11 7 4
Hubbard 43 15 28
Itasca 72 63 9
Jackson 19 8 11
Kanabec 34 15 19
Kandiyohi 112 35 77
Kittson 10 5 5
Koochiching 18 10 8
Lac Qui Parle 9 5 4
Lake 26 15 11
Lake of the Woods 9 5 4
Le Sueur 31 17 14
Lincoln 10 4 6
Lyon 39 12 27
Mahnomen 21 13 8
Marshall 18 12 6
Martin 30 11 19
McLeod 59 25 34
Meeker 42 18 24
Mille Lacs 67 25 42
Morrison 61 19 42
Mower 51 22 29
Murray 13 9 4
Nobles 35 12 23
Norman 8 5 3
Otter Tail 80 33 47
Pennington 31 8 23
Pine 78 29 49
Pipestone 22 12 10
Pope 15 7 8
Red Lake 10 6 4
Redwood 24 11 13
Renville 26 11 15
Rice 47 23 24
Rock 16 11 5
Roseau 22 12 10
Sibley 22 10 12
Steele 26 19 7
Stevens 12 6 6
Swift 12 6 6
Todd 33 14 19
Traverse 11 5 6
Wadena 19 8 11
Waseca 28 12 16
Watonwan 21 8 13
Wilkin 16 6 10
Winona 57 19 38
Yellow Medicine 21 8 13

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