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Table_80_Full_time_Law_Enforcement_Employees_Illinois_by_Metropolitan_and_Nonmetropolitan_2011.xls

Table 80

ILLINOIS

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2011

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Alexander 11 7 4
Bond 19 11 8
Boone 91 35 56
Calhoun 9 5 4
Champaign 154 54 100
Clinton 36 15 21
Cook 6,596 2,132 4,464
De Kalb 93 40 53
Du Page 555 423 132
Ford 27 7 20
Grundy 65 31 34
Henry 64 23 41
Jersey 31 13 18
Kane 114 86 28
Kankakee 198 57 141
Kendall 120 58 62
Lake 498 188 310
Macon 135 63 72
Macoupin 49 33 16
Madison 164 80 84
Marshall 18 8 10
McHenry 391 106 285
McLean 136 55 81
Menard 18 8 10
Monroe 34 15 19
Piatt 32 10 22
Rock Island 150 64 86
Sangamon 200 64 136
Stark 13 5 8
St. Clair 181 170 11
Tazewell 113 41 72
Vermilion 87 39 48
Winnebago 344 101 243
Woodford 38 37 1
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adams 57 57 0
Brown 9 8 1
Bureau 36 18 18
Carroll 24 9 15
Cass 8 7 1
Christian 37 18 19
Clark 18 9 9
Clay 15 10 5
Coles 45 24 21
Crawford 20 9 11
Cumberland 15 6 9
De Witt 45 13 32
Douglas 32 13 19
Edgar 18 7 11
Edwards 7 4 3
Effingham 47 19 28
Fayette 27 11 16
Franklin 48 17 31
Fulton 43 21 22
Gallatin 4 4 0
Greene 13 6 7
Hardin 4 2 2
Henderson 8 7 1
Iroquois 24 13 11
Jackson 76 27 49
Jasper 11 6 5
Jefferson 71 21 50
Jo Daviess 37 19 18
Johnson 13 7 6
Knox 59 22 37
La Salle 112 42 70
Lawrence 23 7 16
Lee 39 21 18
Logan 29 19 10
Mason 21 9 12
Massac 28 13 15
McDonough 25 13 12
Montgomery 40 15 25
Morgan 40 15 25
Moultrie 10 9 1
Ogle 68 28 40
Pike 26 12 14
Pope 6 3 3
Pulaski 12 8 4
Putnam 13 8 5
Randolph 28 12 16
Richland 26 8 18
Saline 48 13 35
Schuyler 9 5 4
Scott 6 2 4
Shelby 25 12 13
Stephenson 56 25 31
Union 19 18 1
Wabash 9 4 5
Washington 25 10 15
Wayne 21 11 10
White 13 6 7
Whiteside 33 20 13

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