Table 28

TENNESSEE

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees

by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2016

Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan County Total law
enforcement
employees
Total
officers
Total
civilians
Metropolitan Counties Anderson 169 60 109
Blount 281 152 129
Bradley 219 115 104
Campbell 92 47 45
Cannon 36 18 18
Carter 127 124 3
Cheatham 79 39 40
Chester 46 15 31
Crockett 36 17 19
Dickson 133 65 68
Fayette 87 44 43
Grainger 45 22 23
Hamblen 106 41 65
Hamilton 403 164 239
Hartsville/Trousdale 41 20 21
Hawkins 119 59 60
Hickman 47 24 23
Jefferson 104 53 51
Knox 954 433 521
Loudon 78 47 31
Macon 54 27 27
Madison 262 110 152
Marion 56 28 28
Maury 158 83 75
Montgomery 350 105 245
Morgan 44 21 23
Polk 49 22 27
Roane 76 43 33
Robertson 152 51 101
Rutherford 426 228 198
Sequatchie 44 23 21
Shelby 1,809 613 1,196
Smith 58 26 32
Sullivan 274 123 151
Sumner 285 96 189
Tipton 99 60 39
Unicoi 40 24 16
Union 51 31 20
Washington 220 97 123
Williamson 249 160 89
Wilson 250 114 136
Nonmetropolitan Counties Bedford 90 40 50
Benton 60 20 40
Bledsoe 40 15 25
Carroll 65 24 41
Claiborne 110 38 72
Clay 26 15 11
Cocke 71 38 33
Coffee 130 47 83
Cumberland 109 52 57
Decatur 28 13 15
DeKalb 48 26 22
Dyer 88 36 52
Fentress 45 18 27
Franklin 71 43 28
Gibson 84 37 47
Giles 66 32 34
Greene 155 59 96
Grundy 38 16 22
Hancock 34 12 22
Hardeman 68 28 40
Hardin 50 22 28
Haywood 43 19 24
Henderson 71 32 39
Henry 67 34 33
Houston 25 11 14
Humphreys 40 23 17
Jackson 37 14 23
Johnson 42 19 23
Lake 22 9 13
Lauderdale 66 19 47
Lawrence 100 55 45
Lewis 16 15 1
Lincoln 82 32 50
Marshall 51 26 25
McMinn 74 32 42
McNairy 37 17 20
Meigs 37 18 19
Monroe 55 49 6
Moore 34 14 20
Obion 55 23 32
Overton 57 24 33
Perry 30 14 16
Pickett 12 8 4
Putnam 146 69 77
Rhea 55 54 1
Scott 66 29 37
Sevier 214 106 108
Stewart 51 20 31
Van Buren 19 9 10
Warren 96 49 47
Wayne 49 14 35
Weakley 44 21 23
White 64 29 35

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