Table 80

OHIO
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 Allen 161 77 84
Belmont 66 54 12
Brown 32 27 5
Butler 359 173 186
Carroll 27 20 7
Clark 152 125 27
Clermont 201 87 114
Cuyahoga 1,043 178 865
Delaware 187 86 101
Erie 74 36 38
Fairfield 133 103 30
Franklin 868 642 226
Fulton 30 20 10
Geauga 149 67 82
Greene 163 101 62
Hamilton 1,006 300 706
Jefferson 76 34 42
Lake 202 57 145
Lawrence 46 34 12
Licking 190 134 56
Lorain 241 77 164
Lucas 518 289 229
Madison 36 33 3
Mahoning 321 304 17
Medina 86 62 24
Miami 139 54 85
Montgomery 485 222 263
Morrow 37 18 19
Ottawa 62 61 1
Portage 132 55 77
Preble 61 18 43
Richland 142 48 94
Stark 240 138 102
Summit 490 394 96
Trumbull 133 44 89
Warren 183 97 86
Washington 88 48 40
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adams 33 23 10
Ashland 77 43 34
Ashtabula 80 38 42
Athens 27 22 5
Auglaize 56 22 34
Champaign 25 23 2
Clinton 68 37 31
Coshocton 59 50 9
Darke 68 41 27
Defiance 36 22 14
Fayette 37 23 14
Gallia 33 22 11
Guernsey 41 19 22
Hancock 82 32 50
Hardin 28 24 4
Henry 22 20 2
Highland 57 57 0
Hocking 24 20 4
Huron 69 30 39
Logan 88 41 47
Marion 39 30 9
Meigs 13 11 2
Mercer 47 32 15
Monroe 20 17 3
Morgan 15 10 5
Muskingum 119 81 38
Noble 16 5 11
Paulding 34 14 20
Perry 16 11 5
Putnam 53 32 21
Ross 91 52 39
Sandusky 59 34 25
Scioto 81 45 36
Seneca 82 34 48
Shelby 65 37 28
Tuscarawas 103 32 71
Van Wert 36 19 17
Vinton 15 10 5
Williams 27 22 5
Wyandot 24 13 11

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