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Table 80

KANSAS

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2014

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Butler 101 61 40
Doniphan 16 5 11
Douglas 137 76 61
Harvey 40 19 21
Jackson 40 20 20
Jefferson 40 26 14
Johnson 593 461 132
Kingman 21 8 13
Leavenworth 98 77 21
Linn 22 11 11
Miami 40 22 18
Pottawatomie 39 28 11
Riley County Police Department 198 103 95
Sedgwick 510 176 334
Shawnee 169 99 70
Sumner 57 25 32
Wabaunsee 20 8 12
Wyandotte 240 178 62
Nonmetropolitan Counties Allen 25 9 16
Anderson 30 9 21
Atchison 29 13 16
Barber 10 4 6
Barton 43 18 25
Brown 23 8 15
Chase 9 5 4
Chautauqua 15 6 9
Cherokee 48 21 27
Cheyenne 5 4 1
Clark 11 6 5
Clay 20 8 12
Cloud 25 8 17
Coffey 32 14 18
Cowley 50 25 25
Crawford 56 30 26
Decatur 3 3 0
Dickinson 30 18 12
Edwards 10 6 4
Elk 9 4 5
Ellis 31 18 13
Ellsworth 15 6 9
Finney 93 37 56
Ford 68 27 41
Franklin 64 25 39
Geary 82 35 47
Gove 5 4 1
Graham 7 3 4
Grant 13 5 8
Gray 16 10 6
Greeley 7 3 4
Greenwood 23 13 10
Harper 13 7 6
Hodgeman 9 4 5
Jewell 10 6 4
Kearny 19 12 7
Labette 29 17 12
Lane 10 5 5
Lincoln 13 8 5
Logan 4 3 1
Lyon 84 25 59
Marion 14 8 6
Marshall 19 8 11
McPherson 34 16 18
Meade 17 6 11
Mitchell 20 7 13
Morris 12 7 5
Morton 10 6 4
Nemaha 19 8 11
Neosho 38 17 21
Ness 13 8 5
Norton 10 5 5
Osborne 14 7 7
Ottawa 17 5 12
Phillips 12 7 5
Pratt 14 8 6
Reno 83 74 9
Republic 15 10 5
Rice 23 6 17
Rooks 11 6 5
Rush 12 7 5
Russell 17 10 7
Saline 94 46 48
Scott 9 5 4
Seward 44 15 29
Sheridan 6 3 3
Smith 5 5 0
Stafford 9 4 5
Stanton 13 8 5
Stevens 21 9 12
Thomas 14 6 8
Trego 5 4 1
Wallace 10 3 7
Washington 19 6 13
Wichita 8 4 4
Wilson 28 10 18
Woodson 13 8 5

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