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Table_80_Full_time_Law_Enforcement_Employees_Oklahoma_by_Metropolitan_and_Nonmetropolitan_2011.xls

Table 80

OKLAHOMA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2011

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Canadian 71 46 25
Cleveland 87 41 46
Comanche 40 29 11
Creek 66 38 28
Grady 14 13 1
Le Flore 17 12 5
Lincoln 34 13 21
Logan 52 18 34
McClain 26 17 9
Oklahoma 749 209 540
Okmulgee 15 14 1
Osage 76 40 36
Pawnee 18 8 10
Rogers 83 33 50
Sequoyah 46 16 30
Tulsa 538 232 306
Wagoner 52 19 33
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adair 30 9 21
Alfalfa 9 4 5
Atoka 22 7 15
Beaver 12 7 5
Beckham 33 11 22
Blaine 15 7 8
Bryan 51 17 34
Caddo 28 16 12
Carter 21 18 3
Cherokee 32 23 9
Choctaw 15 5 10
Cimarron 7 4 3
Coal 9 6 3
Cotton 12 8 4
Craig 26 10 16
Custer 37 14 23
Delaware 41 18 23
Dewey 11 4 7
Ellis 18 6 12
Garfield 61 23 38
Garvin 31 19 12
Grant 12 5 7
Greer 8 4 4
Harmon 4 3 1
Harper 9 5 4
Haskell 16 8 8
Hughes 14 7 7
Jackson 36 13 23
Jefferson 15 6 9
Johnston 27 8 19
Kay 20 13 7
Kingfisher 14 8 6
Kiowa 16 7 9
Latimer 15 11 4
Love 22 8 14
Major 13 5 8
Marshall 27 8 19
Mayes 45 20 25
McCurtain 19 16 3
McIntosh 18 11 7
Murray 10 5 5
Muskogee 37 32 5
Noble 18 5 13
Nowata 20 9 11
Okfuskee 14 6 8
Ottawa 34 14 20
Payne 82 32 50
Pittsburg 64 18 46
Pontotoc 37 15 22
Pottawatomie 27 22 5
Pushmataha 14 9 5
Roger Mills 12 7 5
Seminole 36 13 23
Stephens 60 22 38
Texas 43 12 31
Tillman 27 7 20
Washington 55 26 29
Washita 18 8 10
Woods 10 5 5
Woodward 26 9 17

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