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Table 80

FLORIDA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2013

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Alachua 498 285 213
Baker 145 47 98
Bay 279 213 66
Brevard 1,186 546 640
Broward 2,950 1,506 1,444
Charlotte 367 256 111
Citrus 416 211 205
Clay 527 254 273
Collier 872 555 317
Escambia 641 405 236
Flagler 232 171 61
Gadsden 68 48 20
Gilchrist 53 27 26
Gulf 38 27 11
Hernando 511 325 186
Highlands 315 135 180
Hillsborough 3,215 1,228 1,987
Indian River 447 301 146
Jefferson 60 21 39
Lake 431 272 159
Lee 911 556 355
Leon 398 241 157
Manatee 1,056 481 575
Marion 733 323 410
Martin 394 237 157
Miami-Dade 3,917 2,762 1,155
Nassau 211 146 65
Okaloosa 342 253 89
Orange 1,804 1,219 585
Osceola 594 382 212
Palm Beach 3,265 1,462 1,803
Pasco 848 538 310
Pinellas 1,419 777 642
Sarasota 931 392 539
Seminole 1,156 429 727
St. Johns 381 264 117
St. Lucie 617 253 364
Sumter 262 181 81
Volusia 756 449 307
Wakulla 81 52 29
Walton 241 166 75
Nonmetropolitan Counties Bradford 58 37 21
Calhoun 32 17 15
Columbia 162 87 75
DeSoto 112 62 50
Franklin 63 49 14
Glades 121 84 37
Hamilton 61 18 43
Hardee 98 50 48
Hendry 141 70 71
Holmes 35 23 12
Jackson 81 62 19
Lafayette 29 12 17
Levy 135 60 75
Madison 40 36 4
Monroe 495 194 301
Okeechobee 100 67 33
Putnam 172 107 65
Suwannee 105 61 44
Taylor 66 27 39
Union 20 14 6
Washington 75 56 19

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