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Table 80

OHIO

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2010

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Brown 43 24 19
Carroll 25 19 6
Clark 170 127 43
Delaware 209 94 115
Erie 67 36 31
Fairfield 127 100 27
Fulton 31 20 11
Geauga 117 48 69
Greene 138 88 50
Jefferson 61 29 32
Lake 196 54 142
Licking 182 124 58
Medina 85 56 29
Miami 85 47 38
Montgomery 442 201 241
Morrow 48 19 29
Ottawa 58 20 38
Pickaway 86 36 50
Portage 128 55 73
Preble 45 11 34
Richland 101 33 68
Stark 220 127 93
Trumbull 138 52 86
Warren 182 94 88
Washington 82 42 40
Nonmetropolitan Counties Allen 145 67 78
Ashland 68 39 29
Ashtabula 56 17 39
Auglaize 56 22 34
Belmont 61 50 11
Champaign 25 23 2
Clermont 183 81 102
Clinton 67 36 31
Crawford 53 21 32
Cuyahoga 1,075 163 912
Darke 63 39 24
Defiance 36 20 16
Fayette 32 21 11
Franklin 869 663 206
Guernsey 41 19 22
Hamilton 822 309 513
Hancock 82 33 49
Harrison 18 15 3
Henry 20 18 2
Highland 47 29 18
Hocking 25 20 5
Huron 69 23 46
Logan 72 35 37
Marion 33 29 4
Meigs 15 13 2
Mercer 48 27 21
Monroe 20 16 4
Morgan 13 8 5
Muskingum 115 74 41
Noble 15 7 8
Paulding 21 14 7
Perry 16 11 5
Putnam 54 31 23
Sandusky 53 31 22
Scioto 71 40 31
Seneca 83 38 45
Shelby 59 35 24
Tuscarawas 98 27 71
Van Wert 35 19 16
Vinton 15 10 5
Wayne 57 50 7
Williams 21 17 4
Wyandot 24 12 12

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