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Table 80

FLORIDA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2010

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Alachua 810 297 513
Baker 134 55 79
Bay 276 211 65
Brevard 1,176 809 367
Broward 2,763 1,498 1,265
Charlotte 391 277 114
Clay 557 261 296
Collier 928 579 349
Escambia 655 413 242
Flagler 175 120 55
Gadsden 67 46 21
Gilchrist 53 27 26
Hernando 510 324 186
Hillsborough 3,365 1,192 2,173
Indian River 476 195 281
Jefferson 52 21 31
Lake 719 356 363
Lee 933 568 365
Leon 354 241 113
Manatee 980 457 523
Marion 830 530 300
Martin 508 251 257
Miami-Dade 4,363 2,980 1,383
Nassau 220 155 65
Okaloosa 337 248 89
Orange 1,981 1,356 625
Osceola 591 380 211
Palm Beach 3,269 1,471 1,798
Pasco 1,126 484 642
Pinellas 1,329 745 584
Polk 1,572 636 936
Santa Rosa 256 177 79
Sarasota 921 398 523
Seminole 1,080 397 683
St. Johns 540 260 280
St. Lucie 618 254 364
Volusia 701 427 274
Wakulla 94 61 33
Nonmetropolitan Counties Bradford 37 24 13
Calhoun 28 16 12
Citrus 368 224 144
Columbia 167 89 78
DeSoto 81 54 27
Dixie 75 27 48
Franklin 74 35 39
Glades 139 93 46
Gulf 41 27 14
Hamilton 56 18 38
Hardee 92 44 48
Hendry 150 73 77
Highlands 321 130 191
Holmes 24 18 6
Jackson 79 60 19
Lafayette 25 12 13
Levy 152 71 81
Liberty 20 14 6
Madison 46 32 14
Monroe 492 208 284
Okeechobee 112 79 33
Putnam 222 119 103
Sumter 152 98 54
Suwannee 103 57 46
Taylor 43 30 13
Union 19 14 5
Walton 235 162 73
Washington 78 55 23

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