Table 80

IOWA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2012

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Benton 28 12 16
Black Hawk 135 102 33
Bremer 30 11 19
Grundy 16 12 4
Guthrie 9 5 4
Harrison 18 10 8
Johnson 88 66 22
Jones 23 10 13
Linn 182 116 66
Madison 16 7 9
Mills 20 11 9
Plymouth 28 10 18
Polk 452 132 320
Pottawattamie 193 50 143
Scott 153 44 109
Story 82 31 51
Warren 33 23 10
Washington 32 17 15
Woodbury 110 34 76
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adair 14 5 9
Adams 11 6 5
Allamakee 17 9 8
Appanoose 15 8 7
Audubon 8 5 3
Boone 28 11 17
Buchanan 29 13 16
Buena Vista 30 13 17
Butler 20 11 9
Calhoun 7 6 1
Carroll 15 9 6
Cass 11 8 3
Cedar 40 11 29
Cerro Gordo 74 20 54
Cherokee 19 7 12
Clarke 18 6 12
Clay 21 10 11
Clinton 43 25 18
Crawford 13 10 3
Davis 6 5 1
Decatur 11 6 5
Delaware 17 13 4
Des Moines 48 20 28
Dickinson 23 9 14
Emmet 16 8 8
Fayette 31 10 21
Floyd 18 11 7
Franklin 10 7 3
Fremont 17 8 9
Greene 16 7 9
Hamilton 29 10 19
Hancock 17 7 10
Hardin 29 10 19
Henry 28 11 17
Howard 14 7 7
Humboldt 9 8 1
Ida 16 9 7
Iowa 27 12 15
Jasper 43 14 29
Jefferson 29 10 19
Keokuk 10 6 4
Kossuth 25 9 16
Louisa 31 10 21
Lucas 13 5 8
Lyon 25 11 14
Mahaska 25 9 16
Marion 34 12 22
Marshall 55 20 35
Mitchell 15 6 9
Monroe 12 5 7
Montgomery 19 8 11
Muscatine 68 22 46
O'Brien 28 9 19
Osceola 13 9 4
Page 15 8 7
Palo Alto 15 8 7
Pocahontas 16 7 9
Poweshiek 25 11 14
Ringgold 14 7 7
Sac 21 8 13
Shelby 15 9 6
Sioux 38 14 24
Tama 22 13 9
Taylor 8 4 4
Union 12 6 6
Van Buren 11 5 6
Wapello 38 10 28
Wayne 15 6 9
Webster 29 16 13
Winnebago 10 6 4
Winneshiek 23 10 13
Worth 19 7 12
Wright 20 8 12

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