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Table_80_Full_time_Law_Enforcement_Employees_Florida_by_Metropolitan_and_Nonmetropolitan_2011.xls

Table 80

FLORIDA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2011

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Alachua 495 280 215
Baker 140 45 95
Bay 274 213 61
Brevard 1,179 500 679
Broward 2,996 1,535 1,461
Charlotte 374 254 120
Clay 535 262 273
Collier 914 565 349
Escambia 1,105 717 388
Flagler 187 130 57
Gadsden 75 50 25
Gilchrist 52 26 26
Hernando 506 322 184
Hillsborough 3,326 1,246 2,080
Indian River 481 332 149
Jefferson 52 22 30
Lake 449 290 159
Lee 899 548 351
Leon 356 241 115
Manatee 1,067 696 371
Marion 758 548 210
Martin 510 249 261
Miami-Dade 4,266 3,024 1,242
Nassau 209 106 103
Okaloosa 342 248 94
Orange 1,962 1,351 611
Osceola 593 383 210
Palm Beach 3,236 1,459 1,777
Pasco 1,135 489 646
Pinellas 1,269 743 526
Polk 1,537 594 943
Santa Rosa 259 179 80
Sarasota 916 395 521
Seminole 1,079 397 682
St. Johns 542 261 281
St. Lucie 595 243 352
Volusia 720 418 302
Wakulla 86 57 29
Nonmetropolitan Counties Bradford 48 33 15
Calhoun 22 14 8
Citrus 366 213 153
Columbia 173 93 80
DeSoto 75 54 21
Dixie 74 28 46
Franklin 73 34 39
Glades 148 98 50
Gulf 42 27 15
Hamilton 57 18 39
Hardee 96 43 53
Hendry 143 73 70
Highlands 311 130 181
Holmes 32 20 12
Jackson 81 61 20
Lafayette 10 9 1
Levy 145 61 84
Liberty 23 17 6
Madison 75 33 42
Monroe 478 214 264
Okeechobee 108 75 33
Putnam 177 110 67
Sumter 251 171 80
Suwannee 102 57 45
Taylor 66 57 9
Union 18 12 6
Walton 227 158 69
Washington 74 52 22

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