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Table 80

WISCONSIN

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2013

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Brown 318 155 163
Calumet 50 23 27
Chippewa 66 53 13
Columbia 99 40 59
Dane 547 403 144
Douglas 77 35 42
Eau Claire 108 40 68
Fond du Lac 121 56 65
Green 54 28 26
Iowa 23 21 2
Kenosha 325 115 210
Kewaunee 36 36 0
La Crosse 110 41 69
Marathon 175 64 111
Milwaukee 635 299 336
Oconto 56 26 30
Outagamie 192 74 118
Ozaukee 95 74 21
Pierce 46 44 2
Racine 212 131 81
Rock 200 96 104
Sheboygan 168 71 97
St. Croix 85 77 8
Washington 166 69 97
Waukesha 330 160 170
Winnebago 189 131 58
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adams 65 28 37
Barron 66 26 40
Bayfield 36 20 16
Buffalo 22 10 12
Burnett 30 14 16
Clark 48 43 5
Crawford 30 29 1
Dodge 167 73 94
Door 63 50 13
Dunn 54 25 29
Florence 15 10 5
Forest 40 18 22
Grant 48 27 21
Green Lake 30 17 13
Iron 18 11 7
Jackson 47 21 26
Jefferson 120 96 24
Juneau 54 43 11
Lafayette 17 16 1
Langlade 34 16 18
Lincoln 63 29 34
Manitowoc 87 59 28
Marinette 61 30 31
Marquette 37 37 0
Menominee 11 10 1
Monroe 38 36 2
Oneida 84 36 48
Pepin 11 10 1
Polk 71 27 44
Portage 99 47 52
Price 24 14 10
Richland 29 29 0
Rusk 31 28 3
Sauk 141 45 96
Sawyer 46 24 22
Shawano 109 38 71
Taylor 38 18 20
Trempealeau 52 24 28
Vernon 29 26 3
Vilas 70 34 36
Walworth 201 82 119
Washburn 17 14 3
Waupaca 97 47 50
Waushara 53 25 28
Wood 70 43 27

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