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Table 80

MINNESOTA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2011

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Anoka 238 122 116
Benton 74 27 47
Blue Earth 92 25 67
Carlton 46 19 27
Carver 146 70 76
Chisago 78 38 40
Clay 67 30 37
Dakota 157 79 78
Dodge 29 22 7
Hennepin 745 330 415
Houston 25 12 13
Isanti 59 20 39
Nicollet 38 12 26
Olmsted 159 61 98
Polk 27 22 5
Ramsey 400 219 181
Scott 124 40 84
Sherburne 240 81 159
Stearns 178 60 118
St. Louis 231 98 133
Wabasha 29 17 12
Washington 223 90 133
Wright 229 137 92
Nonmetropolitan Counties Aitkin 46 17 29
Becker 56 21 35
Beltrami 69 30 39
Big Stone 8 5 3
Brown 36 10 26
Cass 58 37 21
Chippewa 18 8 10
Clearwater 24 10 14
Cook 19 11 8
Cottonwood 19 9 10
Crow Wing 116 36 80
Douglas 76 33 43
Faribault 26 9 17
Fillmore 31 19 12
Freeborn 65 24 41
Goodhue 100 40 60
Grant 11 6 5
Hubbard 42 16 26
Itasca 68 52 16
Jackson 25 13 12
Kanabec 47 19 28
Kandiyohi 102 33 69
Kittson 10 5 5
Koochiching 18 10 8
Lac Qui Parle 8 4 4
Lake 29 17 12
Lake of the Woods 8 4 4
Le Sueur 31 16 15
Lincoln 11 5 6
Lyon 47 14 33
Mahnomen 18 12 6
Marshall 18 12 6
Martin 30 12 18
McLeod 57 23 34
Meeker 44 20 24
Mille Lacs 63 24 39
Morrison 52 19 33
Mower 64 21 43
Murray 13 9 4
Nobles 34 12 22
Norman 8 5 3
Otter Tail 76 31 45
Pennington 28 7 21
Pine 73 28 45
Pipestone 22 12 10
Pope 14 7 7
Red Lake 11 7 4
Redwood 23 12 11
Renville 26 10 16
Rice 48 27 21
Rock 15 10 5
Roseau 20 9 11
Sibley 22 11 11
Steele 25 20 5
Stevens 13 6 7
Swift 15 7 8
Todd 29 14 15
Traverse 12 5 7
Wadena 21 8 13
Waseca 27 11 16
Watonwan 9 8 1
Wilkin 18 6 12
Winona 58 20 38
Yellow Medicine 9 8 1

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