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Uniform Crime Report
Crime in the United States, 2013

Overview
Table 74



Full-time Law Enforcement Employees, by Population Group, Percent Male
and Female, 2013
• Nationwide in 2013, 88.4 percent of full-time law enforcement officers were
males.
• Nearly 61 percent (60.7) of full-time civilian law enforcement employees were
females.
• Of the city population groups, cities with populations of 10,000 to 24,999
inhabitants employed the highest percentage (92.1) of male officers.
• Cities with populations of 1 million and over (a subset of the total Group I cities)
employed the highest percentage (17.0) of female officers.
• Regarding the nation’s full-time civilian law enforcement employees, cities with
populations of 100,000 to 249,999 inhabitants had the highest percentage (74.0)
of females.
• Metropolitan county agencies had the highest percentage (44.9) of male full-time
civilian law enforcement employees.

Crime in the United States, 2013



U.S. Department of Justice—Federal Bureau of Investigation
Released Fall 2014