Table 80

OKLAHOMA
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 Canadian 59 31 28
Cleveland 112 49 63
Comanche 40 29 11
Creek 72 36 36
Grady 25 18 7
Le Flore 19 13 6
Lincoln 35 13 22
Logan 49 15 34
McClain 25 14 11
Oklahoma 779 203 576
Okmulgee 15 14 1
Osage 79 41 38
Pawnee 18 10 8
Rogers 34 29 5
Sequoyah 41 14 27
Tulsa 570 530 40
Wagoner 49 21 28
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adair 35 10 25
Alfalfa 9 4 5
Atoka 23 7 16
Beaver 13 7 6
Beckham 33 11 22
Blaine 15 8 7
Bryan 43 16 27
Caddo 31 16 15
Carter 59 18 41
Cherokee 26 20 6
Choctaw 17 6 11
Cimarron 5 2 3
Coal 12 9 3
Cotton 13 7 6
Craig 27 11 16
Custer 32 12 20
Delaware 45 18 27
Dewey 11 4 7
Ellis 15 5 10
Garfield 65 23 42
Garvin 31 17 14
Grant 11 5 6
Greer 7 3 4
Harmon 3 3 0
Harper 7 4 3
Haskell 27 5 22
Hughes 12 6 6
Jackson 38 13 25
Jefferson 12 6 6
Johnston 27 8 19
Kay 40 12 28
Kingfisher 14 7 7
Kiowa 11 6 5
Latimer 5 5 0
Love 21 6 15
Major 12 5 7
Marshall 27 6 21
Mayes 48 19 29
McCurtain 22 18 4
McIntosh 21 15 6
Murray 12 6 6
Muskogee 43 36 7
Noble 18 5 13
Nowata 19 10 9
Okfuskee 16 9 7
Ottawa 46 18 28
Payne 70 30 40
Pittsburg 62 17 45
Pontotoc 34 11 23
Pottawatomie 27 23 4
Pushmataha 13 6 7
Roger Mills 13 8 5
Seminole 27 16 11
Stephens 43 15 28
Texas 38 11 27
Tillman 15 6 9
Washington 40 17 23
Washita 17 7 10
Woods 10 5 5
Woodward 19 9 10

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