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Table 80

MINNESOTA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2013

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Anoka 248 128 120
Benton 70 24 46
Blue Earth 84 25 59
Carlton 45 27 18
Carver 144 74 70
Chisago 77 40 37
Clay 67 32 35
Dakota 150 73 77
Dodge 33 22 11
Fillmore 32 19 13
Hennepin 750 337 413
Houston 27 13 14
Isanti 55 20 35
Le Sueur 31 17 14
Mille Lacs 72 28 44
Nicollet 46 18 28
Olmsted 157 64 93
Polk 23 19 4
Ramsey 389 214 175
Scott 121 40 81
Sherburne 256 81 175
Sibley 21 11 10
Stearns 181 64 117
St. Louis 238 98 140
Wabasha 29 17 12
Washington 230 93 137
Wright 231 137 94
Nonmetropolitan Counties Aitkin 49 18 31
Becker 54 19 35
Beltrami 63 29 34
Big Stone 8 5 3
Brown 35 9 26
Cass 67 38 29
Chippewa 18 8 10
Clearwater 22 9 13
Cook 20 13 7
Cottonwood 20 9 11
Crow Wing 123 39 84
Douglas 75 27 48
Faribault 25 10 15
Freeborn 65 22 43
Goodhue 99 39 60
Grant 11 6 5
Hubbard 43 16 27
Itasca 71 36 35
Jackson 27 14 13
Kanabec 46 18 28
Kandiyohi 100 33 67
Kittson 10 5 5
Koochiching 18 10 8
Lac Qui Parle 7 7 0
Lake 29 17 12
Lake of the Woods 11 5 6
Lincoln 12 6 6
Lyon 50 16 34
Mahnomen 19 12 7
Marshall 23 13 10
Martin 28 12 16
McLeod 57 23 34
Meeker 44 20 24
Morrison 48 17 31
Mower 69 22 47
Murray 15 9 6
Nobles 34 12 22
Norman 8 5 3
Otter Tail 76 32 44
Pennington 27 7 20
Pine 78 33 45
Pipestone 21 11 10
Pope 17 8 9
Red Lake 10 6 4
Redwood 23 12 11
Renville 29 13 16
Rice 51 25 26
Rock 15 10 5
Roseau 19 8 11
Steele 24 19 5
Stevens 14 6 8
Swift 16 9 7
Todd 29 14 15
Traverse 12 5 7
Wadena 21 9 12
Waseca 27 11 16
Watonwan 14 7 7
Wilkin 16 6 10
Winona 59 20 39
Yellow Medicine 21 10 11

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