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Table 80

CALIFORNIA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2011

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Alameda 1,599 950 649
Butte 282 108 174
Contra Costa 920 618 302
El Dorado 333 159 174
Fresno 942 734 208
Imperial 265 177 88
Kern 1,118 838 280
Kings 206 69 137
Los Angeles 16,768 9,197 7,571
Madera 99 69 30
Marin 282 183 99
Merced 237 116 121
Monterey 381 283 98
Napa 130 103 27
Orange 3,459 1,948 1,511
Placer 405 216 189
Riverside 3,729 2,021 1,708
Sacramento 1,879 1,193 686
San Benito 58 27 31
San Bernardino 3,029 1,706 1,323
San Diego 3,692 2,196 1,496
San Francisco 1,043 873 170
San Joaquin 691 284 407
San Luis Obispo 359 150 209
San Mateo 601 322 279
Santa Barbara 600 430 170
Santa Clara 1,563 1,189 374
Santa Cruz 313 138 175
Shasta 205 131 74
Solano 415 107 308
Sonoma 610 444 166
Stanislaus 509 385 124
Sutter 127 99 28
Tulare 653 484 169
Ventura 1,194 727 467
Yolo 242 81 161
Yuba 168 133 35
Nonmetropolitan Counties Alpine 18 15 3
Amador 95 49 46
Calaveras 92 51 41
Colusa 65 34 31
Del Norte 55 27 28
Glenn 52 18 34
Humboldt 212 166 46
Inyo 53 34 19
Lake 139 51 88
Lassen 62 45 17
Mariposa 69 55 14
Mendocino 138 111 27
Modoc 23 16 7
Mono 49 28 21
Nevada 173 66 107
Plumas 61 31 30
Sierra 16 11 5
Siskiyou 100 77 23
Tehama 106 72 34
Trinity 34 19 15
Tuolumne 128 64 64

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