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Table 80

OKLAHOMA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Canadian 102 61 41
Cleveland 170 54 116
Comanche 34 23 11
Cotton 10 5 5
Creek 90 34 56
Garfield 73 28 45
Grady 29 20 9
Le Flore 21 15 6
Lincoln 33 16 17
Logan 58 21 37
McClain 31 18 13
Oklahoma 696 247 449
Okmulgee 16 15 1
Osage 76 38 38
Pawnee 26 10 16
Rogers 83 51 32
Sequoyah 52 28 24
Tulsa 643 263 380
Wagoner 57 27 30
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adair 9 9 0
Alfalfa 17 6 11
Atoka 22 8 14
Beaver 12 7 5
Beckham 38 14 24
Blaine 16 7 9
Bryan 20 18 2
Caddo 33 14 19
Carter 58 21 37
Cherokee 29 20 9
Choctaw 17 7 10
Cimarron 6 2 4
Coal 9 6 3
Craig 27 11 16
Custer 38 13 25
Delaware 41 16 25
Dewey 14 7 7
Ellis 17 6 11
Garvin 37 20 17
Grant 10 6 4
Greer 6 2 4
Harmon 4 3 1
Harper 9 6 3
Haskell 13 5 8
Hughes 13 6 7
Jackson 36 13 23
Jefferson 29 6 23
Johnston 24 8 16
Kay 26 18 8
Kingfisher 20 10 10
Kiowa 15 6 9
Latimer 14 7 7
Love 20 8 12
Major 8 4 4
Marshall 29 10 19
Mayes 30 23 7
McCurtain 25 20 5
McIntosh 32 14 18
Murray 11 6 5
Muskogee 110 44 66
Noble 9 8 1
Nowata 20 5 15
Okfuskee 17 6 11
Ottawa 37 15 22
Payne 98 36 62
Pittsburg 65 17 48
Pontotoc 19 17 2
Pottawatomie 29 25 4
Pushmataha 11 7 4
Roger Mills 13 8 5
Seminole 41 17 24
Stephens 32 28 4
Texas 34 12 22
Tillman 25 5 20
Washington 61 31 30
Washita 32 10 22
Woods 7 6 1
Woodward 35 9 26

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