Table 80

TENNESSEE

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2012

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Anderson 176 59 117
Blount 271 129 142
Bradley 201 106 95
Campbell 67 35 32
Cannon 33 14 19
Carter 143 55 88
Cheatham 72 37 35
Chester 46 13 33
Crockett 33 15 18
Dickson 133 61 72
Fayette 91 41 50
Grainger 36 16 20
Hamblen 83 32 51
Hamilton 365 155 210
Hartsville-Trousdale 41 19 22
Hawkins 102 50 52
Hickman 39 20 19
Jefferson 94 44 50
Knox 1,130 459 671
Loudon 69 44 25
Macon 60 25 35
Madison 231 74 157
Marion 45 20 25
Maury 146 80 66
Montgomery 315 75 240
Morgan 50 19 31
Polk 51 19 32
Roane 68 36 32
Robertson 150 43 107
Rutherford 405 213 192
Sequatchie 38 18 20
Shelby 1,827 526 1,301
Smith 55 28 27
Sullivan 255 114 141
Sumner 268 72 196
Tipton 92 51 41
Unicoi 38 26 12
Union 37 24 13
Washington 215 90 125
Williamson 216 110 106
Wilson 219 92 127
Nonmetropolitan Counties Bedford 79 36 43
Benton 59 20 39
Bledsoe 38 12 26
Carroll 45 23 22
Claiborne 91 33 58
Clay 22 13 9
Cocke 67 37 30
Coffee 85 46 39
Cumberland 104 48 56
Decatur 32 14 18
DeKalb 43 22 21
Dyer 78 32 46
Fentress 35 22 13
Franklin 80 35 45
Gibson 76 30 46
Giles 67 29 38
Greene 148 56 92
Grundy 25 13 12
Hancock 32 12 20
Hardeman 74 27 47
Hardin 44 20 24
Haywood 46 19 27
Henderson 54 24 30
Henry 67 33 34
Houston 24 11 13
Humphreys 37 20 17
Jackson 40 13 27
Johnson 46 16 30
Lake 20 9 11
Lauderdale 62 21 41
Lawrence 90 45 45
Lewis 32 16 16
Lincoln 61 26 35
Marshall 51 22 29
McMinn 69 32 37
McNairy 37 17 20
Meigs 31 14 17
Monroe 68 37 31
Moore 26 12 14
Obion 62 26 36
Overton 56 24 32
Perry 32 16 16
Pickett 15 10 5
Putnam 126 62 64
Rhea 53 53 0
Scott 67 30 37
Sevier 226 98 128
Stewart 41 18 23
Van Buren 17 10 7
Warren 81 42 39
Wayne 47 14 33
Weakley 43 22 21
White 67 32 35

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