Table 80

INDIANA
Full-time Law Enforcement Employees
by State by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2009
Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan Counties County Total law enforcement employees Total officers Total civilians
Metropolitan Counties Allen 348 124 224
Bartholomew 88 38 50
Benton 19 6 13
Boone 62 26 36
Brown 38 13 25
Carroll 23 10 13
Clay 40 13 27
Delaware 109 48 61
Elkhart 213 71 142
Floyd 96 31 65
Gibson 40 16 24
Greene 41 15 26
Hamilton 246 65 181
Harrison 61 22 39
Howard 119 35 84
Jasper 52 21 31
Johnson 141 111 30
Lake 481 331 150
La Porte 165 59 106
Madison 140 50 90
Monroe 108 32 76
Morgan 77 26 51
Newton 44 18 26
Ohio 9 9 0
Porter 150 65 85
Posey 14 13 1
Putnam 36 18 18
Shelby 85 29 56
St. Joseph 262 109 153
Sullivan 34 10 24
Tippecanoe 150 47 103
Tipton 27 11 16
Vanderburgh 261 104 157
Vermillion 24 9 15
Vigo 114 37 77
Warrick 82 38 44
Washington 35 12 23
Wells 42 15 27
Whitley 46 15 31
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adams 42 16 26
Blackford 30 9 21
Cass 55 18 37
Clinton 76 22 54
Crawford 16 8 8
Daviess 64 19 45
Decatur 37 12 25
Fayette 33 11 22
Fulton 23 10 13
Grant 114 46 68
Henry 59 29 30
Huntington 40 14 26
Jackson 55 15 40
Jay 36 11 25
Jefferson 35 14 21
Jennings 42 14 28
Knox 36 12 24
Kosciusko 77 36 41
LaGrange 67 18 49
Marshall 58 21 37
Martin 19 9 10
Miami 47 34 13
Montgomery 66 18 48
Noble 72 20 52
Orange 30 9 21
Parke 37 11 26
Perry 17 7 10
Pike 27 8 19
Pulaski 43 14 29
Randolph 41 15 26
Ripley 29 11 18
Rush 26 11 15
Spencer 15 14 1
Starke 25 13 12
Steuben 58 21 37
Wabash 38 15 23
Wayne 104 64 40
White 31 13 18

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