Table 80

MISSOURI

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2012

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Andrew 21 16 5
Bates 38 17 21
Bollinger 9 6 3
Boone 71 59 12
Buchanan 102 74 28
Callaway 24 21 3
Cape Girardeau 73 45 28
Cass 89 72 17
Christian 73 42 31
Clay 181 111 70
Clinton 23 15 8
Cole 79 53 26
Dallas 18 15 3
Franklin 137 26 111
Greene 267 140 127
Jackson 128 94 34
Jasper 147 95 52
Jefferson 213 140 73
Lafayette 39 37 2
Lincoln 74 37 37
McDonald 27 25 2
Moniteau 10 6 4
Newton 67 34 33
Osage 13 9 4
Platte 119 83 36
Polk 28 18 10
Ray 38 13 25
St. Charles 228 155 73
St. Louis County Police Department 1,080 821 259
Warren 60 34 26
Webster 31 16 15
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adair 30 13 17
Atchison 10 5 5
Audrain 38 33 5
Barry 32 18 14
Benton 22 14 8
Butler 40 17 23
Carroll 10 9 1
Carter 10 5 5
Cedar 17 9 8
Chariton 14 10 4
Clark 14 7 7
Cooper 8 7 1
Crawford 37 25 12
Daviess 7 6 1
Dent 19 14 5
Dunklin 19 10 9
Gasconade 13 12 1
Gentry 5 5 0
Grundy 14 4 10
Harrison 6 5 1
Henry 36 23 13
Hickory 14 9 5
Holt 9 4 5
Howard 11 8 3
Howell 31 23 8
Iron 13 8 5
Johnson 57 35 22
Knox 1 1 0
Laclede 23 22 1
Lawrence 37 26 11
Lewis 11 5 6
Linn 7 6 1
Livingston 22 10 12
Macon 15 12 3
Madison 10 8 2
Marion 36 15 21
Mercer 8 3 5
Miller 21 18 3
Mississippi 31 9 22
Monroe 8 7 1
Morgan 47 28 19
New Madrid 27 12 15
Nodaway 12 10 2
Oregon 10 6 4
Ozark 15 8 7
Pemiscot 39 15 24
Perry 31 22 9
Pettis 50 29 21
Phelps 60 27 33
Pike 29 12 17
Putnam 4 3 1
Randolph 36 18 18
Reynolds 9 8 1
Ripley 10 9 1
Saline 34 21 13
Scotland 5 2 3
Shannon 9 5 4
Shelby 9 5 4
St. Clair 66 20 46
Ste. Genevieve 21 20 1
St. Francois 69 56 13
Stoddard 24 12 12
Stone 54 44 10
Sullivan 5 4 1
Taney 49 36 13
Texas 37 9 28
Vernon 25 14 11
Washington 29 18 11
Wayne 15 6 9
Worth 4 3 1
Wright 12 5 7

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