Table 28

MINNESOTA

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2016

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Anoka 256 129 127
Benton 70 24 46
Blue Earth 69 31 38
Carlton 52 22 30
Carver 148 77 71
Chisago 85 40 45
Clay 71 34 37
Dakota 185 82 103
Dodge 37 24 13
Fillmore 30 19 11
Hennepin 792 321 471
Houston 33 13 20
Isanti 56 21 35
Le Sueur 33 19 14
Mille Lacs 84 34 50
Nicollet 41 14 27
Olmsted 176 71 105
Polk 44 32 12
Ramsey 384 210 174
Scott 128 43 85
Sherburne 278 82 196
Sibley 24 12 12
Stearns 185 68 117
St. Louis 253 105 148
Wabasha 45 17 28
Washington 237 101 136
Wright 228 136 92
Nonmetropolitan Counties Aitkin 48 17 31
Becker 56 21 35
Beltrami 70 29 41
Big Stone 7 5 2
Brown 37 14 23
Cass 70 39 31
Chippewa 18 8 10
Clearwater 24 10 14
Cook 20 12 8
Cottonwood 22 10 12
Crow Wing 123 37 86
Douglas 82 33 49
Faribault 26 10 16
Freeborn 73 23 50
Goodhue 102 39 63
Grant 12 7 5
Hubbard 44 18 26
Itasca 71 30 41
Jackson 26 14 12
Kanabec 47 19 28
Kandiyohi 103 33 70
Kittson 10 5 5
Koochiching 20 10 10
Lac Qui Parle 12 7 5
Lake 30 17 13
Lake of the Woods 12 6 6
Lincoln 13 6 7
Lyon 48 17 31
Mahnomen 20 13 7
Marshall 22 12 10
Martin 33 14 19
McLeod 54 22 32
Meeker 46 21 25
Morrison 51 20 31
Mower 70 22 48
Murray 16 9 7
Nobles 34 13 21
Norman 10 7 3
Otter Tail 82 35 47
Pennington 30 8 22
Pine 81 31 50
Pipestone 24 14 10
Pope 15 8 7
Red Lake 11 8 3
Redwood 29 12 17
Renville 35 14 21
Rice 51 25 26
Rock 17 12 5
Roseau 20 10 10
Steele 28 22 6
Stevens 16 8 8
Swift 17 8 9
Todd 32 15 17
Traverse 14 6 8
Wadena 20 10 10
Waseca 28 13 15
Watonwan 15 7 8
Wilkin 16 7 9
Winona 72 20 52
Yellow Medicine 10 10 0

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