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Table 80

KENTUCKY

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2013

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Allen 16 14 2
Boone 138 131 7
Bourbon 8 7 1
Boyd 35 31 4
Bullitt 54 49 5
Butler 9 6 3
Campbell County Police Department 29 28 1
Clark 17 13 4
Daviess 43 38 5
Edmonson 8 6 2
Grant 14 12 2
Greenup 18 15 3
Henry 8 7 1
Jefferson 253 204 49
Kenton 31 21 10
Kenton County Police Department 33 31 2
Larue 7 6 1
McLean 8 7 1
Meade 14 11 3
Oldham 20 18 2
Pendleton 7 6 1
Scott 33 31 2
Shelby 25 23 2
Trigg 12 9 3
Warren 82 37 45
Woodford 13 9 4
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adair 8 6 2
Anderson 17 15 2
Ballard 13 11 2
Barren 21 16 5
Bath 5 4 1
Bell 23 9 14
Boyle 11 10 1
Breathitt 5 2 3
Breckinridge 14 11 3
Caldwell 11 9 2
Calloway 27 13 14
Carlisle 3 2 1
Carroll 4 3 1
Carter 10 7 3
Casey 8 6 2
Clinton 5 4 1
Crittenden 5 4 1
Cumberland 5 4 1
Elliott 4 2 2
Estill 5 4 1
Fleming 8 7 1
Franklin 28 25 3
Fulton 5 4 1
Garrard 9 8 1
Graves 17 14 3
Grayson 11 8 3
Green 4 4 0
Harrison 10 10 0
Hart 13 9 4
Hickman 3 3 0
Johnson 15 12 3
Knott 10 7 3
Laurel 38 25 13
Lawrence 11 9 2
Lee 2 1 1
Letcher 11 5 6
Lewis 6 4 2
Lincoln 9 7 2
Logan 20 19 1
Lyon 5 5 0
Madison 30 22 8
Marion 9 7 2
Marshall 24 22 2
Mason 14 12 2
McCracken 43 37 6
McCreary 7 6 1
Mercer 10 9 1
Metcalfe 5 4 1
Monroe 4 3 1
Muhlenberg 16 14 2
Nelson 31 24 7
Nicholas 3 2 1
Ohio 27 14 13
Owen 7 5 2
Owsley 3 3 0
Perry 21 11 10
Perry County Police Department 1 1 0
Pike 21 9 12
Rockcastle 4 3 1
Rowan 12 7 5
Taylor 13 10 3
Todd 7 4 3
Union 10 9 1
Washington 8 6 2
Wayne 12 9 3
Webster 8 6 2
Whitley 21 15 6
Wolfe 5 4 1

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