Table 80

WISCONSIN
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 Brown 315 149 166
Calumet 48 22 26
Chippewa 69 55 14
Columbia 97 40 57
Dane 554 452 102
Douglas 94 37 57
Eau Claire 90 42 48
Fond du Lac 120 57 63
Iowa 21 19 2
Kenosha 323 107 216
Kewaunee 37 35 2
La Crosse 108 41 67
Marathon 176 67 109
Milwaukee 1,433 449 984
Oconto 57 26 31
Outagamie 200 76 124
Ozaukee 102 79 23
Pierce 48 44 4
Racine 236 141 95
Rock 199 93 106
Sheboygan 177 77 100
St. Croix 85 77 8
Washington 173 71 102
Waukesha 324 147 177
Winnebago 190 129 61
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adams 61 29 32
Ashland 35 18 17
Barron 71 35 36
Bayfield 41 19 22
Buffalo 22 11 11
Burnett 33 17 16
Clark 50 46 4
Crawford 31 30 1
Dodge 173 75 98
Door 66 51 15
Dunn 56 25 31
Florence 12 12 0
Forest 38 18 20
Grant 47 26 21
Green 53 36 17
Green Lake 31 17 14
Iron 19 10 9
Jackson 44 20 24
Jefferson 123 97 26
Juneau 57 43 14
Lafayette 27 15 12
Langlade 35 16 19
Lincoln 61 28 33
Manitowoc 96 58 38
Marinette 58 29 29
Marquette 37 18 19
Menominee 12 11 1
Monroe 55 23 32
Oneida 87 38 49
Pepin 18 7 11
Polk 75 29 46
Portage 91 46 45
Price 31 19 12
Richland 30 17 13
Rusk 30 16 14
Sauk 166 127 39
Sawyer 41 28 13
Shawano 110 39 71
Taylor 41 19 22
Trempealeau 52 25 27
Vernon 44 26 18
Vilas 71 35 36
Walworth 208 82 126
Washburn 32 15 17
Waupaca 97 36 61
Waushara 64 24 40
Wood 74 43 31

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