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Table 80

KANSAS

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2013

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Butler 106 60 46
Douglas 136 79 57
Harvey 39 19 20
Jackson 38 15 23
Jefferson 39 23 16
Johnson 598 465 133
Kingman 20 7 13
Leavenworth 75 55 20
Linn 21 10 11
Miami 41 23 18
Pottawatomie 39 28 11
Riley County Police Department 204 104 100
Sedgwick 505 179 326
Shawnee 188 107 81
Sumner 60 25 35
Wabaunsee 21 7 14
Nonmetropolitan Counties Allen 21 8 13
Anderson 30 10 20
Atchison 28 13 15
Bourbon 10 8 2
Brown 23 16 7
Chase 10 5 5
Chautauqua 17 8 9
Cherokee 50 23 27
Cheyenne 5 4 1
Clark 11 6 5
Clay 20 8 12
Cloud 22 8 14
Coffey 34 12 22
Cowley 49 25 24
Crawford 66 29 37
Decatur 3 3 0
Dickinson 31 19 12
Edwards 10 6 4
Elk 9 4 5
Ellsworth 14 7 7
Finney 91 37 54
Franklin 62 27 35
Geary 87 34 53
Gove 5 4 1
Graham 7 3 4
Grant 16 7 9
Gray 17 10 7
Greeley 7 3 4
Greenwood 23 13 10
Hamilton 12 6 6
Haskell 16 11 5
Hodgeman 8 4 4
Jewell 10 6 4
Kearny 21 13 8
Kiowa 18 8 10
Lincoln 8 8 0
Logan 4 3 1
Lyon 85 25 60
Marion 14 8 6
Marshall 19 10 9
McPherson 34 16 18
Meade 17 5 12
Mitchell 20 8 12
Morris 12 7 5
Morton 10 6 4
Nemaha 18 8 10
Neosho 39 17 22
Ness 12 7 5
Norton 10 5 5
Ottawa 18 5 13
Pawnee 15 8 7
Pratt 14 7 7
Rawlins 8 3 5
Reno 75 50 25
Republic 12 8 4
Rice 7 6 1
Rooks 10 5 5
Rush 12 7 5
Russell 18 11 7
Saline 93 47 46
Scott 9 4 5
Seward 50 16 34
Sheridan 8 3 5
Sherman 11 5 6
Smith 5 5 0
Stafford 9 4 5
Stanton 13 5 8
Thomas 13 4 9
Trego 4 3 1
Wallace 7 3 4
Washington 13 5 8
Wichita 9 4 5
Woodson 13 8 5

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