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Table 80

WISCONSIN

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2011

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Brown 325 152 173
Calumet 50 23 27
Chippewa 66 53 13
Columbia 95 40 55
Dane 536 433 103
Douglas 80 28 52
Eau Claire 89 40 49
Fond du Lac 112 57 55
Iowa 39 36 3
Kenosha 334 114 220
Kewaunee 34 32 2
La Crosse 112 41 71
Marathon 174 66 108
Milwaukee 1,243 369 874
Oconto 62 26 36
Outagamie 201 82 119
Ozaukee 100 78 22
Pierce 50 46 4
Racine 214 136 78
Rock 206 96 110
Sheboygan 146 71 75
St. Croix 84 76 8
Washington 171 72 99
Waukesha 339 161 178
Winnebago 186 128 58
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adams 57 28 29
Ashland 39 21 18
Barron 69 28 41
Bayfield 40 19 21
Buffalo 22 13 9
Burnett 34 17 17
Clark 50 47 3
Crawford 29 28 1
Dodge 174 76 98
Door 66 32 34
Dunn 55 25 30
Florence 24 20 4
Forest 38 18 20
Grant 46 25 21
Green 57 35 22
Green Lake 43 17 26
Iron 19 11 8
Jackson 45 21 24
Jefferson 120 97 23
Juneau 46 43 3
Lafayette 25 13 12
Langlade 37 14 23
Lincoln 64 29 35
Manitowoc 102 59 43
Marinette 75 30 45
Marquette 35 33 2
Menominee 20 11 9
Monroe 49 40 9
Oneida 84 38 46
Pepin 17 7 10
Polk 73 28 45
Portage 93 49 44
Price 29 19 10
Richland 31 16 15
Rusk 31 28 3
Sauk 144 43 101
Sawyer 46 34 12
Shawano 102 37 65
Taylor 41 18 23
Trempealeau 51 24 27
Vernon 46 26 20
Vilas 71 34 37
Walworth 209 80 129
Washburn 31 14 17
Waupaca 98 37 61
Waushara 57 23 34
Wood 71 42 29

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