Table 80

MICHIGAN

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2012

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Barry 52 30 22
Bay 81 36 45
Berrien 150 64 86
Calhoun 170 76 94
Cass 71 34 37
Clinton 59 25 34
Eaton 133 70 63
Genesee 233 123 110
Ingham 179 102 77
Jackson 128 55 73
Kalamazoo 193 158 35
Kent 502 192 310
Lapeer 77 45 32
Livingston 101 67 34
Macomb 461 232 229
Midland 56 28 28
Monroe 155 70 85
Montcalm 53 26 27
Muskegon 112 45 67
Oakland 974 809 165
Ottawa 222 128 94
Saginaw 129 66 63
St. Clair 177 74 103
Van Buren 93 58 35
Washtenaw 313 139 174
Wayne 852 749 103
Nonmetropolitan Counties Alcona 24 14 10
Alger 12 10 2
Allegan 60 53 7
Alpena 26 12 14
Antrim 48 20 28
Arenac 22 12 10
Baraga 13 6 7
Benzie 35 11 24
Branch 49 25 24
Charlevoix 40 19 21
Cheboygan 37 20 17
Chippewa 35 15 20
Clare 80 24 56
Crawford 25 15 10
Delta 25 12 13
Dickinson 28 10 18
Emmet 46 24 22
Gladwin 39 16 23
Gogebic 22 16 6
Grand Traverse 120 63 57
Gratiot 35 19 16
Hillsdale 40 25 15
Houghton 28 19 9
Huron 45 21 24
Ionia 54 22 32
Iosco 23 4 19
Iron 18 9 9
Isabella 48 22 26
Kalkaska 33 16 17
Keweenaw 8 6 2
Lake 71 16 55
Leelanau 19 18 1
Lenawee 97 40 57
Luce 4 3 1
Mackinac 24 11 13
Manistee 32 15 17
Marquette 56 23 33
Mason 40 20 20
Mecosta 48 23 25
Menominee 31 14 17
Missaukee 28 13 15
Montmorency 23 9 14
Newaygo 62 25 37
Oceana 36 20 16
Ogemaw 34 16 18
Ontonagon 11 8 3
Osceola 37 18 19
Oscoda 16 10 6
Otsego 23 10 13
Presque Isle 24 13 11
Roscommon 39 25 14
Sanilac 56 24 32
Schoolcraft 10 2 8
Shiawassee 66 31 35
St. Joseph 51 26 25
Tuscola 48 26 22
Wexford 49 23 26

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