Table 80

OKLAHOMA
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 Canadian 56 29 27
Cleveland 99 46 53
Comanche 38 28 10
Creek 69 36 33
Grady 12 10 2
Le Flore 20 14 6
Lincoln 30 12 18
Logan 45 13 32
McClain 27 14 13
Oklahoma 744 194 550
Okmulgee 13 12 1
Osage 70 39 31
Pawnee 19 13 6
Rogers 60 27 33
Sequoyah 17 14 3
Tulsa 557 510 47
Wagoner 52 14 38
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adair 30 11 19
Alfalfa 9 4 5
Atoka 20 8 12
Beaver 13 7 6
Beckham 30 9 21
Blaine 16 7 9
Bryan 18 15 3
Caddo 31 15 16
Carter 56 18 38
Cherokee 29 20 9
Choctaw 19 7 12
Cimarron 8 4 4
Coal 13 8 5
Cotton 11 6 5
Craig 27 10 17
Custer 29 9 20
Delaware 44 17 27
Dewey 10 3 7
Ellis 17 5 12
Garfield 27 20 7
Garvin 28 12 16
Grant 10 5 5
Greer 5 2 3
Harmon 3 3 0
Harper 11 5 6
Haskell 7 6 1
Hughes 13 7 6
Jackson 38 13 25
Jefferson 14 6 8
Johnston 25 7 18
Kay 37 13 24
Kingfisher 15 7 8
Kiowa 11 10 1
Latimer 19 8 11
Love 14 6 8
Major 10 4 6
Marshall 22 5 17
Mayes 41 17 24
McCurtain 22 18 4
McIntosh 24 17 7
Murray 9 5 4
Muskogee 94 36 58
Noble 17 5 12
Nowata 22 10 12
Okfuskee 19 8 11
Ottawa 38 17 21
Payne 57 26 31
Pittsburg 44 12 32
Pontotoc 12 10 2
Pottawatomie 20 17 3
Pushmataha 24 9 15
Roger Mills 13 8 5
Seminole 23 13 10
Stephens 16 13 3
Texas 37 11 26
Tillman 17 5 12
Washington 41 17 24
Washita 15 5 10
Woods 6 5 1
Woodward 18 9 9

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