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Table 80

INDIANA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2010

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Bartholomew 91 38 53
Benton 19 7 12
Boone 60 28 32
Brown 38 13 25
Carroll 22 9 13
Clark 143 35 108
Clay 41 13 28
Dearborn 85 31 54
Elkhart 212 69 143
Floyd 102 32 70
Gibson 43 17 26
Greene 39 14 25
Hamilton 240 62 178
Hancock 71 39 32
Harrison 54 19 35
Hendricks 105 45 60
Jasper 53 21 32
Johnson 142 112 30
La Porte 159 60 99
Madison 102 49 53
Monroe 110 34 76
Morgan 29 25 4
Newton 45 18 27
Ohio 9 9 0
Owen 33 12 21
Porter 150 65 85
Posey 13 12 1
Putnam 36 18 18
Shelby 85 29 56
St. Joseph 267 110 157
Sullivan 34 10 24
Tippecanoe 142 46 96
Tipton 27 12 15
Vanderburgh 258 105 153
Vermillion 23 8 15
Warrick 82 38 44
Washington 34 12 22
Wells 39 15 24
Whitley 48 15 33
Nonmetropolitan Counties Blackford 30 9 21
Cass 54 17 37
Clinton 70 22 48
Crawford 14 7 7
Daviess 64 19 45
Fulton 24 10 14
Grant 114 46 68
Henry 62 27 35
Huntington 39 14 25
Jackson 61 15 46
Jay 43 11 32
Jefferson 34 14 20
Jennings 38 14 24
Knox 38 13 25
Kosciusko 70 36 34
LaGrange 63 18 45
Lawrence 64 25 39
Marshall 58 21 37
Martin 21 7 14
Montgomery 64 20 44
Noble 73 20 53
Orange 30 9 21
Parke 37 27 10
Perry 17 7 10
Pike 27 10 17
Pulaski 42 13 29
Randolph 41 15 26
Ripley 28 10 18
Rush 26 11 15
Scott 26 11 15
Spencer 15 14 1
Starke 26 11 15
Steuben 58 21 37
Switzerland 31 11 20
Wabash 31 12 19
Warren 20 7 13
Wayne 111 71 40
White 33 13 20

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