Table 80

TENNESSEE
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 Anderson 148 64 84
Blount 175 140 35
Bradley 200 103 97
Cannon 35 12 23
Carter 88 46 42
Cheatham 65 31 34
Chester 33 12 21
Dickson 125 57 68
Fayette 85 38 47
Grainger 41 18 23
Hamblen 68 32 36
Hamilton 385 156 229
Hartsville-Trousdale 40 17 23
Hawkins 58 39 19
Hickman 44 27 17
Jefferson 83 42 41
Knox 1,008 386 622
Loudon 63 39 24
Macon 59 27 32
Madison 228 72 156
Marion 43 19 24
Montgomery 316 80 236
Polk 49 18 31
Robertson 155 50 105
Rutherford 404 192 212
Sequatchie 40 17 23
Shelby 1,894 520 1,374
Smith 29 20 9
Stewart 41 18 23
Sullivan 251 100 151
Sumner 241 69 172
Tipton 80 43 37
Unicoi 39 22 17
Union 37 22 15
Washington 197 80 117
Williamson 208 110 98
Wilson 222 88 134
Nonmetropolitan Counties Bedford 106 36 70
Benton 46 21 25
Bledsoe 21 8 13
Campbell 76 50 26
Carroll 47 24 23
Claiborne 85 29 56
Clay 18 10 8
Cocke 60 30 30
Coffee 69 39 30
Crockett 33 14 19
Cumberland 88 45 43
Decatur 33 14 19
DeKalb 37 16 21
Dyer 69 28 41
Fentress 26 15 11
Franklin 62 34 28
Gibson 73 32 41
Giles 62 29 33
Greene 153 59 94
Grundy 23 14 9
Hancock 32 14 18
Hardeman 39 19 20
Hardin 50 19 31
Haywood 45 18 27
Henderson 35 24 11
Henry 68 34 34
Houston 23 11 12
Humphreys 34 18 16
Jackson 44 11 33
Johnson 38 15 23
Lake 18 8 10
Lauderdale 59 20 39
Lawrence 81 43 38
Lewis 29 14 15
Lincoln 61 26 35
Marshall 50 23 27
Maury 144 82 62
McMinn 68 32 36
McNairy 35 14 21
Meigs 28 12 16
Monroe 64 35 29
Moore 26 13 13
Morgan 40 15 25
Obion 60 22 38
Overton 56 23 33
Perry 34 13 21
Pickett 17 11 6
Putnam 123 57 66
Rhea 54 54 0
Roane 73 39 34
Scott 56 30 26
Sevier 116 93 23
Van Buren 18 18 0
Warren 79 39 40
Wayne 32 16 16
Weakley 42 21 21
White 64 31 33

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