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Table 80

MINNESOTA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2014

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Anoka 254 129 125
Benton 70 24 46
Blue Earth 86 27 59
Carlton 45 25 20
Carver 145 75 70
Chisago 77 40 37
Clay 68 32 36
Dakota 179 82 97
Dodge 34 22 12
Fillmore 30 20 10
Hennepin 756 319 437
Houston 29 13 16
Isanti 53 20 33
Le Sueur 33 19 14
Mille Lacs 71 24 47
Nicollet 41 14 27
Olmsted 159 65 94
Polk 44 31 13
Ramsey 408 228 180
Scott 128 42 86
Sherburne 270 83 187
Sibley 24 12 12
Stearns 182 63 119
St. Louis 233 99 134
Wabasha 29 17 12
Washington 234 95 139
Wright 223 135 88
Nonmetropolitan Counties Aitkin 45 18 27
Becker 57 21 36
Beltrami 66 29 37
Big Stone 7 4 3
Brown 35 13 22
Cass 67 37 30
Chippewa 18 8 10
Clearwater 21 8 13
Cook 21 12 9
Cottonwood 20 9 11
Crow Wing 116 37 79
Douglas 76 28 48
Faribault 27 11 16
Freeborn 63 21 42
Goodhue 103 39 64
Grant 11 6 5
Hubbard 43 16 27
Itasca 70 32 38
Jackson 34 19 15
Kanabec 47 18 29
Kandiyohi 103 33 70
Kittson 10 5 5
Koochiching 20 10 10
Lac Qui Parle 11 7 4
Lake 28 17 11
Lake of the Woods 10 5 5
Lincoln 11 6 5
Lyon 50 15 35
Mahnomen 18 12 6
Marshall 23 13 10
Martin 31 12 19
McLeod 56 23 33
Meeker 45 19 26
Morrison 48 17 31
Mower 69 22 47
Murray 14 8 6
Nobles 34 12 22
Norman 8 5 3
Otter Tail 75 33 42
Pennington 27 7 20
Pine 78 31 47
Pipestone 22 12 10
Pope 14 7 7
Red Lake 10 7 3
Redwood 26 12 14
Renville 32 13 19
Rice 51 25 26
Rock 16 11 5
Roseau 19 9 10
Steele 26 21 5
Stevens 14 6 8
Swift 16 9 7
Todd 30 14 16
Traverse 11 5 6
Wadena 21 9 12
Waseca 26 11 15
Watonwan 21 8 13
Wilkin 17 6 11
Winona 61 21 40
Yellow Medicine 21 10 11

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