Table 80

KANSAS

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2012

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Butler 113 57 56
Doniphan 14 4 10
Douglas 134 82 52
Harvey 38 36 2
Jackson 39 17 22
Jefferson 41 23 18
Johnson 592 461 131
Kingman 19 7 12
Leavenworth 89 71 18
Linn 23 12 11
Miami 44 25 19
Osage 47 26 21
Pottawatomie 43 26 17
Riley County Police Department 195 101 94
Sedgwick 496 171 325
Shawnee 200 108 92
Sumner 45 21 24
Wabaunsee 20 8 12
Nonmetropolitan Counties Allen 25 10 15
Anderson 29 9 20
Atchison 37 9 28
Barber 9 4 5
Barton 42 37 5
Bourbon 9 7 2
Brown 26 18 8
Chase 9 5 4
Chautauqua 15 6 9
Cherokee 48 19 29
Cheyenne 4 4 0
Clark 11 6 5
Clay 19 8 11
Cloud 17 7 10
Coffey 32 13 19
Comanche 9 4 5
Cowley 49 23 26
Crawford 67 31 36
Decatur 3 3 0
Dickinson 27 15 12
Edwards 9 5 4
Elk 9 4 5
Ellis 30 17 13
Ellsworth 15 8 7
Ford 64 27 37
Franklin 61 26 35
Gove 5 4 1
Graham 7 3 4
Grant 16 7 9
Gray 17 10 7
Greeley 7 3 4
Greenwood 21 12 9
Harper 11 5 6
Hodgeman 8 3 5
Jewell 10 5 5
Kearny 20 12 8
Kiowa 19 8 11
Labette 31 17 14
Lane 8 3 5
Lincoln 8 8 0
Logan 4 3 1
Lyon 40 26 14
Marion 14 9 5
Marshall 19 8 11
McPherson 19 16 3
Meade 16 5 11
Mitchell 18 6 12
Montgomery 34 23 11
Morris 12 7 5
Nemaha 17 8 9
Neosho 37 14 23
Ness 13 7 6
Norton 10 5 5
Osborne 14 7 7
Ottawa 17 5 12
Pawnee 9 8 1
Phillips 12 7 5
Pratt 15 9 6
Rawlins 8 3 5
Republic 13 8 5
Rice 20 5 15
Rooks 9 4 5
Rush 9 4 5
Russell 18 11 7
Saline 105 46 59
Scott 4 4 0
Seward 42 15 27
Sheridan 6 3 3
Smith 5 5 0
Stafford 9 4 5
Stanton 12 4 8
Thomas 11 5 6
Trego 4 3 1
Wallace 8 3 5
Washington 13 6 7
Wichita 8 4 4
Wilson 30 11 19
Woodson 11 7 4

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