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Table 80

OKLAHOMA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2013

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Canadian 90 55 35
Cleveland 188 72 116
Comanche 40 29 11
Cotton 10 4 6
Creek 39 34 5
Grady 22 20 2
Le Flore 20 14 6
Lincoln 36 15 21
Logan 35 24 11
McClain 29 19 10
Oklahoma 720 254 466
Okmulgee 14 13 1
Osage 85 46 39
Pawnee 26 10 16
Rogers 43 37 6
Sequoyah 44 18 26
Tulsa 589 276 313
Wagoner 53 27 26
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adair 11 11 0
Alfalfa 10 5 5
Atoka 24 9 15
Beaver 12 7 5
Beckham 40 14 26
Blaine 17 8 9
Bryan 19 16 3
Caddo 38 18 20
Carter 58 19 39
Cherokee 32 23 9
Choctaw 15 6 9
Cimarron 10 4 6
Coal 9 9 0
Craig 25 10 15
Custer 40 13 27
Delaware 37 17 20
Dewey 14 7 7
Ellis 17 7 10
Garfield 66 25 41
Garvin 33 22 11
Grant 10 5 5
Greer 6 2 4
Harmon 4 3 1
Harper 8 5 3
Haskell 20 8 12
Hughes 13 6 7
Jackson 37 14 23
Jefferson 34 5 29
Johnston 29 8 21
Kay 22 15 7
Kingfisher 17 8 9
Kiowa 13 2 11
Latimer 16 8 8
Love 21 8 13
Major 11 5 6
Marshall 25 7 18
Mayes 49 22 27
McCurtain 20 15 5
McIntosh 47 12 35
Murray 10 10 0
Muskogee 107 43 64
Noble 21 6 15
Nowata 19 7 12
Okfuskee 16 5 11
Ottawa 39 14 25
Payne 95 38 57
Pittsburg 83 17 66
Pontotoc 41 15 26
Pottawatomie 27 23 4
Pushmataha 14 7 7
Roger Mills 12 7 5
Seminole 39 17 22
Stephens 65 20 45
Texas 40 13 27
Tillman 28 4 24
Washington 56 29 27
Washita 30 9 21
Woods 7 6 1
Woodward 35 11 24

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