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Table 80

WISCONSIN

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Brown 473 155 318
Calumet 49 23 26
Chippewa 71 52 19
Columbia 101 42 59
Dane 544 444 100
Douglas 77 30 47
Eau Claire 109 41 68
Fond du Lac 122 60 62
Green 47 34 13
Iowa 38 19 19
Kenosha 325 117 208
Kewaunee 37 35 2
La Crosse 116 43 73
Marathon 175 65 110
Milwaukee 632 272 360
Oconto 58 26 32
Outagamie 178 72 106
Ozaukee 104 81 23
Pierce 45 42 3
Racine 214 134 80
Rock 202 99 103
Sheboygan 173 70 103
St. Croix 97 89 8
Washington 167 72 95
Waukesha 341 164 177
Winnebago 190 133 57
Nonmetropolitan Counties Adams 56 27 29
Ashland 31 22 9
Barron 66 31 35
Bayfield 40 19 21
Buffalo 23 11 12
Burnett 33 16 17
Clark 47 37 10
Crawford 29 26 3
Dodge 178 57 121
Door 63 50 13
Dunn 54 25 29
Florence 18 11 7
Forest 41 20 21
Grant 49 28 21
Green Lake 43 17 26
Iron 20 20 0
Jackson 46 22 24
Jefferson 115 92 23
Juneau 59 46 13
Lafayette 26 25 1
Langlade 34 14 20
Lincoln 62 27 35
Manitowoc 87 57 30
Marinette 60 29 31
Marquette 41 41 0
Menominee 11 9 2
Monroe 53 25 28
Oneida 86 37 49
Pepin 19 8 11
Polk 74 28 46
Portage 103 48 55
Price 29 19 10
Richland 32 32 0
Rusk 30 27 3
Sauk 142 45 97
Sawyer 45 21 24
Shawano 102 36 66
Taylor 41 19 22
Trempealeau 53 24 29
Vernon 43 26 17
Vilas 72 35 37
Walworth 202 81 121
Washburn 19 14 5
Waupaca 105 48 57
Waushara 48 20 28
Wood 70 39 31

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