Crime in the United States: Section VI: law enforcement personnel

Section VI: law enforcement personnel

Law enforcement personnel provide services in cities, colleges and universities, suburban counties, rural counties, and states, each population with its own unique law enforcement needs. Even within a particular community type, such as cities, the law enforcement needs vary from locale to locale. For example, a small town positioned between two larger cities may need more law enforcement personnel than a same-sized community that does not have a nearby urban center. A city with legal gambling establishments may pose unique law enforcement challenges when compared to a similarly populated city with a neighboring military base.

Not only are the law enforcement needs of various locales different, but the functions of the officers serving those areas differ as well. In some areas, the county sheriff’s officers may be responsible for a variety of civil functions such as tax collection; they may also be the enforcement authority for local and state courts; and they may administer jail facilities. In other locales, officers may be the only law enforcement agency in the county and, thus, responsible for providing all necessary services across what may be a large geographical area. State police and highway patrol officers may focus primarily on traffic enforcement on highways and interstates or investigative responsibilities of violent crimes throughout the state. Data users must consider the different service requirements and duties when attempting any comparison of law enforcement employee rates.

The data presented in the following tables should be viewed as guidelines or averages; they should not be considered recommended staffing levels. Only after careful study and analysis of a myriad of conditions affecting service requirements can the appropriate personnel needs of any jurisdiction be determined.

The average number of law enforcement personnel collectively employed by agencies within each of the UCR population groups are presented in Tables 70-75. Table 76 reports the number of law enforcement employees working within state law enforcement agencies for each state; Tables 77-81 present the number of law enforcement employees for states, cities, colleges and universities, and suburban and rural counties. Table 82 offers data from county and city agencies serving the Nation’s transit systems, parks and forests, schools and school districts, hospitals, etc., that usually share concurrent jurisdiction with local law enforcement.

Law Enforcement Rate

On average, there were 3.5 fulltime law enforcement employees, officers and civilians, for every 1,000 inhabitants in the Nation in 2002. (Based on Table 74.) In the Nation during 2002, a total of 13,981 city, college and university, county, and state police agencies employed 665,555 full-time officers and 291,947 civilians providing law enforcement services for more than 271 million inhabitants. (See Table 74.)

Collectively, cities in the United States reported 3.1 law enforcement employees per 1,000 inhabitants in 2002. The highest average among cities, 4.1 law enforcement employees per 1,000 in population, was recorded in those with fewer than 10,000 in population. Those cities with a population of 250,000 or more inhabitants had an average of 3.9 law enforcement employees per 1,000 inhabitants. (See Table 70.) Suburban counties reported the highest rate, an average of 4.7 law enforcement employees. Rural counties had an average of 4.2 law enforcement employees per 1,000 inhabitants. (Based on Table 74.)

By region, the cities in the Northeast and the South each posted a law enforcement employee rate of 3.5 per 1,000 in population. Cities in the Midwest recorded a rate of 2.8; in cities in the West, the rate was 2.4. (See Table 70.)

Sworn Personnel

When considering only sworn officers, the Nation’s cities recorded a rate of 2.3 officers per 1,000 inhabitants. By population grouping, rates ranged from 1.8 officers per 1,000 inhabitants for cities with 25,000 to 99,999 in population to 3.2 officers for cities with fewer than 10,000 inhabitants. (See Table 71.) Suburban counties reported an average of 2.7 sworn officers per 1,000; rural counties had an average of 2.5. (Based on Table 74.)

In terms of geographic location, cities in the Northeast had the highest ratio of sworn officers to population with 2.7 officers for every 1,000 persons. The South followed with 2.6 officers for every 1,000 inhabitants, and the Midwest had a rate of 2.2 officers. The West had a rate of 1.7 sworn officers per 1,000 inhabitants. (See Table 71.)

Males comprised the majority of sworn officers, 88.7 percent, nationally and also in cities collectively. In rural counties, 92.1 percent of sworn officers were males; 86.9 percent in suburban counties were males. Females made up 11.3 percent of the Nation’s sworn officers in 2002. Cities with a population of 1 million inhabitants or more had the highest percentage of sworn female officers at 17.5 percent. (See Table 74.)

Civilian Employees

Civilians made up 30.5 percent of the total national law enforcement work force in 2002. In cities collectively, they represented 23.4 percent of law enforcement employees. In suburban counties, civilians constituted 41.0 percent of the law enforcement workforce; in rural counties, they accounted for 39.4 percent. (See Table 75.) Females comprised 62.1 percent of all civilian employees. (See Table 74.)

Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted

In 2002, 56 law enforcement officers were feloniously killed while carrying out their duties, which decreased from 2001 when 70 officers were feloniously slain. The 2001 figure does not include the 72 officers who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.

Accidental law enforcement deaths also decreased from 2001–77 officers were accidentally killed in 2002; 78 officers lost their lives in accidents in 2001. More extensive data on line-of-duty deaths as well as assaults on city, county, state, and federal officers is contained in the Uniform Crime Reports annual publication Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted.

Table 70

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees (1) as of October 31, 2002

Number and Rate per 1,000 Inhabitants

by Geographic Region and Division by Population Group

[2002 estimated population]

Population

group

Group I

Total (70 cities,

(10,653 250,000

cities; and over;

population population

Geographic region/division 182,456,027) 52,879,728)

TOTAL CITIES: 10,653 cities;

population 182,456,027:

Number of employees 558,892 205,573

Average Number of employees 3.1 3.9

per 1,000 inhabitants

New England: 758 cities;

population 12,313,029:

Number of employees 32,668 2,771

Average Number of employees 2.7 4.6

per 1,000 inhabitants

Middle Atlantic: 1,567 cities;

population 29,933,085:

Number of employees 114,757 64,343

Average Number of employees 3.8 6.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

NORTHEAST: 2,325 cities;

population 42,246,114:

Number of employees 147,425 67,114

Average Number of employees 3.5 6.2

per 1,000 inhabitants

East North Central: 1,991 cities;

population 31,512,235:

Number of employees 91,525 31,322

Average Number of employees 2.9 4.4

per 1,000 inhabitants

West North Central: 1,159 cities;

population 12,573,771:

Number of employees 31,694 7,713

Average Number of employees 2.5 3.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

MIDWEST: 3,150 cities;

population 44,086,006:

Number of employees 123,219 39,035

Average Number of employees 2.8 4.2

per 1,000 inhabitants

South Atlantic: 1,660 cities;

population 20,995,073:

Number of employees 83,945 21,293

Average Number of employees 4.0 4.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

East South Central: 941 cities;

population 8,764,850:

Number of employees 32,425 6,860

Average Number of employees 3.7 3.4

per 1,000 inhabitants

West South Central: 1,210 cities;

population 21,822,633:

Number of employees 63,499 23,529

Average Number of employees 2.9 2.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

SOUTH: 3,811 cities;

population 51,582,556:

Number of employees 179,869 51,682

Average Number of employees 3.5 3.4

per 1,000 inhabitants

Mountain: 593 cities;

population 13,392,422:

Number of employees 35,833 14,733

Average Number of employees 2.7 2.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

Pacific: 774 cities;

population 31,148,929:

Number of employees 72,546 33,009

Average Number of employees 2.3 2.7

per 1,000 inhabitants

WEST: 1,367 cities;

population 44,541,351:

Number of employees 108,379 47,742

Average Number of employees 2.4 2.7

per 1,000 inhabitants

Suburban Area (2): 6,528 agencies;

population 108,747,307:

Number of employees 418,093

Average Number of employees 3.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

County (3): 3,328 agencies;

population 88,784,510:

Number of employees 398,610

Average number of employees 4.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

Population group

Group II Group III

(162 cities, (389 cities,

100,000 to 50,000

249,999; to 99,999;

population population

Geographic region/division 24,457,039) 26,808,264)

TOTAL CITIES: 10,653 cities;

population 182,456,027:

Number of employees 61,739 62,203

Average Number of employees 2.5 2.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

New England: 758 cities;

population 12,313,029:

Number of employees 4,785 5,904

Average Number of employees 3.6 2.4

per 1,000 inhabitants

Middle Atlantic: 1,567 cities;

population 29,933,085:

Number of employees 4,745 8,753

Average Number of employees 3.4 2.6

per 1,000 inhabitants

NORTHEAST: 2,325 cities;

population 42,246,114:

Number of employees 9,530 14,657

Average Number of employees 3.5 2.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

East North Central: 1,991 cities;

population 31,512,235:

Number of employees 7,334 10,367

Average Number of employees 2.5 2.2

per 1,000 inhabitants

West North Central: 1,159 cities;

population 12,573,771:

Number of employees 3,038 3,702

Average Number of employees 2.2 1.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

MIDWEST: 3,150 cities;

population 44,086,006:

Number of employees 10,372 14,069

Average Number of employees 2.4 2.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

South Atlantic: 1,660 cities;

population 20,995,073:

Number of employees 12,207 11,094

Average Number of employees 3.0 3.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

East South Central: 941 cities;

population 8,764,850:

Number of employees 4,348 2,045

Average Number of employees 3.5 3.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

West South Central: 1,210 cities;

population 21,822,633:

Number of employees 7,695 6,213

Average Number of employees 2.4 2.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

SOUTH: 3,811 cities;

population 51,582,556:

Number of employees 24,250 19,352

Average Number of employees 2.9 2.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

Mountain: 593 cities;

population 13,392,422:

Number of employees 5,979 3,552

Average Number of employees 2.2 2.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

Pacific: 774 cities;

population 31,148,929:

Number of employees 11,608 10,573

Average Number of employees 1.9 1.9

per 1,000 inhabitants

WEST: 1,367 cities;

population 44,541,351:

Number of employees 17,587 14,125

Average Number of employees 2.0 1.9

per 1,000 inhabitants

Population group

Group IV Group V

(760 cities, (1,763 cities,

25,000 10,000 to

to 49,999; 24,999;

population population

Geographic region/division 26,374,112) 27,930,903)

TOTAL CITIES: 10,653 cities;

population 182,456,027:

Number of employees 61,343 68,513

Average Number of employees 2.3 2.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

New England: 758 cities;

population 12,313,029:

Number of employees 6,782 7,061

Average Number of employees 2.3 2.2

per 1,000 inhabitants

Middle Atlantic: 1,567 cities;

population 29,933,085:

Number of employees 11,751 12,378

Average Number of employees 2.4 2.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

NORTHEAST: 2,325 cities;

population 42,246,114:

Number of employees 18,533 19,439

Average Number of employees 2.4 2.2

per 1,000 inhabitants

East North Central: 1,991 cities;

population 31,512,235:

Number of employees 12,012 14,769

Average Number of employees 2.1 2.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

West North Central: 1,159 cities;

population 12,573,771:

Number of employees 4,055 4,828

Average Number of employees 2.0 2.2

per 1,000 inhabitants

MIDWEST: 3,150 cities;

population 44,086,006:

Number of employees 16,067 19,597

Average Number of employees 2.1 2.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

South Atlantic: 1,660 cities;

population 20,995,073:

Number of employees 7,654 10,254

Average Number of employees 3.0 3.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

East South Central: 941 cities;

population 8,764,850:

Number of employees 3,551 5,480

Average Number of employees 2.9 3.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

West South Central: 1,210 cities;

population 21,822,633:

Number of employees 5,833 6,706

Average Number of employees 2.5 2.7

per 1,000 inhabitants

SOUTH: 3,811 cities;

population 51,582,556:

Number of employees 17,038 22,440

Average Number of employees 2.8 3.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

Mountain: 593 cities;

population 13,392,422:

Number of employees 2,968 2,915

Average Number of employees 2.3 2.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

Pacific: 774 cities;

population 31,148,929:

Number of employees 6,737 4,122

Average Number of employees 1.9 2.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

WEST: 1,367 cities;

population 44,541,351:

Number of employees 9,705 7,037

Average Number of employees 2.0 2.2

per 1,000 inhabitants

Population group

Group VI

(7,509 cities,

under

10,000;

population

Geographic region/division 24,005,981)

TOTAL CITIES: 10,653 cities;

population 182,456,027:

Number of employees 99,521

Average Number of employees 4.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

New England: 758 cities;

population 12,313,029:

Number of employees 5,365

Average Number of employees 2.9

per 1,000 inhabitants

Middle Atlantic: 1,567 cities;

population 29,933,085:

Number of employees 12,787

Average Number of employees 3.0

per 1,000 inhabitants

NORTHEAST: 2,325 cities;

population 42,246,114:

Number of employees 18,152

Average Number of employees 2.9

per 1,000 inhabitants

East North Central: 1,991 cities;

population 31,512,235:

Number of employees 15,721

Average Number of employees 3.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

West North Central: 1,159 cities;

population 12,573,771:

Number of employees 8,358

Average Number of employees 3.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

MIDWEST: 3,150 cities;

population 44,086,006:

Number of employees 24,079

Average Number of employees 3.2

per 1,000 inhabitants

South Atlantic: 1,660 cities;

population 20,995,073:

Number of employees 21,443

Average Number of employees 7.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

East South Central: 941 cities;

population 8,764,850:

Number of employees 10,141

Average Number of employees 5.2

per 1,000 inhabitants

West South Central: 1,210 cities;

population 21,822,633:

Number of employees 13,523

Average Number of employees 4.9

per 1,000 inhabitants

SOUTH: 3,811 cities;

population 51,582,556:

Number of employees 45,107

Average Number of employees 5.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

Mountain: 593 cities;

population 13,392,422:

Number of employees 5,686

Average Number of employees 4.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

Pacific: 774 cities;

population 31,148,929:

Number of employees 6,497

Average Number of employees 4.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

WEST: 1,367 cities;

population 44,541,351:

Number of employees 12,183

Average Number of employees 4.6

per 1,000 inhabitants

(1) Full-time law enforcement employees include civilians.

(2) Suburban area includes law enforcement agencies in cities with less

than 50,000 inhabitants and county law enforcement agencies that are

within a Metropolitan Statistical Area (see Appendix III). Suburban

area excludes all metropolitan agencies associated with a central city.

The agencies associated with suburban areas also appear in other groups

within this table.

(3) County is a combination of both suburban and rural counties.

Table 71

Full-time Law Enforcement Officers as of October 31, 2002

Number and Rate per 1,000 Inhabitants

by Geographic Region and Division by Population Group

[2002 estimated population]

Population

group

Group I

Total (70 cities,

(10,653 250,000

cities; and over;

population population

Geographic region/division 182,456,027) 52,879,728)

TOTAL CITIES: 10,653 cities;

population 182,456,027:

Number of officers 428,365 154,116

Average number of officers 2.3 2.9

per 1,000 inhabitants

New England: 758 cities;

population 12,313,029:

Number of officers 26,633 2,143

Average number of officers 2.2 3.6

per 1,000 inhabitants

Middle Atlantic: 1,567 cities;

population 29,933,085:

Number of officers 89,216 46,603

Average number of officers 3.0 4.6

per 1,000 inhabitants

NORTHEAST: 2,325 cities;

population 42,246,114:

Number of officers 115,849 48,746

Average number of officers 2.7 4.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

East North Central: 1,991 cities;

population 31,512,235:

Number of officers 74,325 26,552

Average number of officers 2.4 3.7

per 1,000 inhabitants

West North Central: 1,159 cities;

population 12,573,771:

Number of officers 24,577 5,480

Average number of officers 2.0 2.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

MIDWEST: 3,150 cities;

population 44,086,006:

Number of officers 98,902 32,032

Average number of officers 2.2 3.4

per 1,000 inhabitants

South Atlantic: 1,660 cities;

population 20,995,073:

Number of officers 63,780 15,791

Average number of officers 3.0 3.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

East South Central: 941 cities;

population 8,764,850:

Number of officers 24,583 4,914

Average number of officers 2.8 2.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

West South Central: 1,210 cities;

population 21,822,633:

Number of officers 48,083 18,353

Average number of officers 2.2 2.2

per 1,000 inhabitants

SOUTH: 3,811 cities;

population 51,582,556:

Number of officers 136,446 39,058

Average number of officers 2.6 2.6

per 1,000 inhabitants

Mountain: 593 cities;

population 13,392,422:

Number of officers 25,099 9,989

Average number of officers 1.9 1.9

per 1,000 inhabitants

Pacific: 774 cities;

population 31,148,929:

Number of officers 52,069 24,291

Average number of officers 1.7 2.0

per 1,000 inhabitants

WEST: 1,367 cities;

population 44,541,351:

Number of officers 77,168 34,280

Average number of officers 1.7 2.0

per 1,000 inhabitants

Suburban Area (1): 6,528 agencies;

population 108,747,307:

Number of officers 275,584

Average number of officers 2.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

County (2): 3,328 agencies;

population 88,784,510:

Number of officers 237,190

Average number of officers 2.7

per 1,000 inhabitants

Population group

Group II Group III

(162 cities, (389 cities,

100,000 to 50,000

249,999; to 99,999;

population population

Geographic region/division 24,457,039) 26,808,264)

TOTAL CITIES: 10,653 cities;

population 182,456,027:

Number of officers 46,124 47,762

Average number of officers 1.9 1.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

New England: 758 cities;

population 12,313,029:

Number of officers 3,855 5,042

Average number of officers 2.9 2.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

Middle Atlantic: 1,567 cities;

population 29,933,085:

Number of officers 3,959 7,236

Average number of officers 2.8 2.2

per 1,000 inhabitants

NORTHEAST: 2,325 cities;

population 42,246,114:

Number of officers 7,814 12,278

Average number of officers 2.8 2.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

East North Central: 1,991 cities;

population 31,512,235:

Number of officers 5,930 8,079

Average number of officers 2.0 1.7

per 1,000 inhabitants

West North Central: 1,159 cities;

population 12,573,771:

Number of officers 2,384 2,907

Average number of officers 1.7 1.4

per 1,000 inhabitants

MIDWEST: 3,150 cities;

population 44,086,006:

Number of officers 8,314 10,986

Average number of officers 1.9 1.6

per 1,000 inhabitants

South Atlantic: 1,660 cities;

population 20,995,073:

Number of officers 9,093 8,399

Average number of officers 2.3 2.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

East South Central: 941 cities;

population 8,764,850:

Number of officers 3,124 1,563

Average number of officers 2.5 2.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

West South Central: 1,210 cities;

population 21,822,633:

Number of officers 5,747 4,759

Average number of officers 1.8 1.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

SOUTH: 3,811 cities;

population 51,582,556:

Number of officers 17,964 14,721

Average number of officers 2.1 2.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

Mountain: 593 cities;

population 13,392,422:

Number of officers 4,129 2,535

Average number of officers 1.5 1.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

Pacific: 774 cities;

population 31,148,929:

Number of officers 7,903 7,242

Average number of officers 1.3 1.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

WEST: 1,367 cities;

population 44,541,351:

Number of officers 12,032 9,777

Average number of officers 1.3 1.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

Population group

Group IV Group V

(760 cities, (1,763 cities,

25,000 10,000 to

to 49,999; 24,999;

population population

Geographic region/division 26,374,112) 27,930,903)

TOTAL CITIES: 10,653 cities;

population 182,456,027:

Number of officers 47,960 54,413

Average number of officers 1.8 1.9

per 1,000 inhabitants

New England: 758 cities;

population 12,313,029:

Number of officers 5,661 5,750

Average number of officers 1.9 1.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

Middle Atlantic: 1,567 cities;

population 29,933,085:

Number of officers 9,818 10,555

Average number of officers 2.0 1.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

NORTHEAST: 2,325 cities;

population 42,246,114:

Number of officers 15,479 16,305

Average number of officers 2.0 1.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

East North Central: 1,991 cities;

population 31,512,235:

Number of officers 9,365 11,664

Average number of officers 1.7 1.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

West North Central: 1,159 cities;

population 12,573,771:

Number of officers 3,143 3,803

Average number of officers 1.5 1.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

MIDWEST: 3,150 cities;

population 44,086,006:

Number of officers 12,508 15,467

Average number of officers 1.6 1.8

per 1,000 inhabitants

South Atlantic: 1,660 cities;

population 20,995,073:

Number of officers 5,907 8,012

Average number of officers 2.3 2.6

per 1,000 inhabitants

East South Central: 941 cities;

population 8,764,850:

Number of officers 2,798 4,253

Average number of officers 2.3 2.4

per 1,000 inhabitants

West South Central: 1,210 cities;

population 21,822,633:

Number of officers 4,340 5,135

Average number of officers 1.9 2.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

SOUTH: 3,811 cities;

population 51,582,556:

Number of officers 13,045 17,400

Average number of officers 2.2 2.4

per 1,000 inhabitants

Mountain: 593 cities;

population 13,392,422:

Number of officers 2,122 2,159

Average number of officers 1.7 1.9

per 1,000 inhabitants

Pacific: 774 cities;

population 31,148,929:

Number of officers 4,806 3,082

Average number of officers 1.3 1.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

WEST: 1,367 cities;

population 44,541,351:

Number of officers 6,928 5,241

Average number of officers 1.4 1.7

per 1,000 inhabitants

Population group

Group VI

(7,509 cities,

under

10,000;

population

Geographic region/division 24,005,981)

TOTAL CITIES: 10,653 cities;

population 182,456,027:

Number of officers 77,990

Average number of officers 3.2

per 1,000 inhabitants

New England: 758 cities;

population 12,313,029:

Number of officers 4,182

Average number of officers 2.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

Middle Atlantic: 1,567 cities;

population 29,933,085:

Number of officers 11,045

Average number of officers 2.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

NORTHEAST: 2,325 cities;

population 42,246,114:

Number of officers 15,227

Average number of officers 2.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

East North Central: 1,991 cities;

population 31,512,235:

Number of officers 12,735

Average number of officers 2.7

per 1,000 inhabitants

West North Central: 1,159 cities;

population 12,573,771:

Number of officers 6,860

Average number of officers 2.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

MIDWEST: 3,150 cities;

population 44,086,006:

Number of officers 19,595

Average number of officers 2.6

per 1,000 inhabitants

South Atlantic: 1,660 cities;

population 20,995,073:

Number of officers 16,578

Average number of officers 5.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

East South Central: 941 cities;

population 8,764,850:

Number of officers 7,931

Average number of officers 4.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

West South Central: 1,210 cities;

population 21,822,633:

Number of officers 9,749

Average number of officers 3.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

SOUTH: 3,811 cities;

population 51,582,556:

Number of officers 34,258

Average number of officers 4.4

per 1,000 inhabitants

Mountain: 593 cities;

population 13,392,422:

Number of officers 4,165

Average number of officers 3.1

per 1,000 inhabitants

Pacific: 774 cities;

population 31,148,929:

Number of officers 4,745

Average number of officers 3.5

per 1,000 inhabitants

WEST: 1,367 cities;

population 44,541,351:

Number of officers 8,910

Average number of officers 3.3

per 1,000 inhabitants

(1) Suburban area includes law enforcement agencies in cities with less

than 50,000 inhabitants and county law enforcement agencies that are

within a Metropolitan Statistical Area (see Appendix 111). Suburban

area excludes all metropolitan agencies associated with a central city.

The agencies associated with suburban areas also appear in other groups

within this table.

(2) County is a combination of both suburban and rural counties.

Table 72

Agencies with Full-time Law Enforcement Employees (1) as of October

31, 2002

Range in Rate per 1,000 Inhabitants

by Population Group

[2002 estimated population]

Group I

(70 cities,

Total cities (2) 250,000

(9,781 cities; and over;

population population

Rate range 182,456,027) 52,879,728)

.1-.5 Number 87 —

Percent 0.9 —

.6-1.0 Number 381 —

Percent 3.9 —

1.1-1.5 Number 1,007 —

Percent 10.3 —

1.6-2.0 Number 1,752 6

Percent 17.9 8.6

2.1-2.5 Number 1,982 18

Percent 20.3 25.7

2.6-3.0 Number 1,481 17

Percent 15.1 24.3

3.1-3.5 Number 958 9

Percent 9.8 12.9

3.6-4.0 Number 637 5

Percent 6.5 7.1

4.1-4.5 Number 420 3

Percent 4.3 4.3

4.6-5.0 Number 263 5

Percent 2.7 7.1

5.1 and over Number 813 7

Percent 8.3 10.0

Total Cities Number 9,781 70

Percent (3) Percent 100.0 100.0

Group II Group III Group IV

(162 cities, (389 cities, (760 cities,

100,000 to 50,000 25,000

249,999; to 99,999; to 49,999;

population population population

Rate range 24,457,039) 26,808,264) 26,374,112)

.1-.5 Number — 1 3

Percent — 0.3 0.4

.6-1.0 Number — 2 11

Percent — 0.5 1.4

1.1-1.5 Number 11 34 82

Percent 6.8 8.7 10.8

1.6-2.0 Number 46 130 196

Percent 28.4 33.4 25.8

2.1-2.5 Number 43 117 225

Percent 26.5 30.1 29.6

2.6-3.0 Number 25 51 129

Percent 15.4 13.1 17.0

3.1-3.5 Number 17 24 71

Percent 10.5 6.2 9.3

3.6-4.0 Number 13 15 23

Percent 8.0 3.9 3.0

4.1-4.5 Number 3 7 13

Percent 1.9 1.8 1.7

4.6-5.0 Number 4 6 4

Percent 2.5 1.5 0.5

5.1 and over Number – 2 3

Percent – 0.5 0.4

Total Cities Number 162 389 760

Percent (3) Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Group V Group VI

(1,763 cities, (6,637 cities,

10,000 to under

24,999; 10,000;

population population

Rate range 27,930,903) 24,005,981)

.1-.5 Number 7 76

Percent 0.4 1.1

.6-1.0 Number 39 329

Percent 2.2 5.0

1.1-1.5 Number 158 722

Percent 9.0 10.9

1.6-2.0 Number 368 1,006

Percent 20.9 15.2

2.1-2.5 Number 480 1,099

Percent 27.2 16.6

2.6-3.0 Number 361 898

Percent 20.5 13.5

3.1-3.5 Number 164 673

Percent 9.3 10.1

3.6-4.0 Number 100 481

Percent 5.7 7.2

4.1-4.5 Number 38 356

Percent 2.2 5.4

4.6-5.0 Number 22 222

Percent 1.2 3.3

5.1 and over Number 26 775

Percent 1.5 11.7

Total Cities Number 1,763 6,637

Percent (3) Percent 100.0 100.0

(1) Full-time law enforcement employees include civilians.

(2) The number of agencies used to compile these figures differs from

the other Law Enforcement Employee tables because agencies with no

resident population are excluded from this table. These agencies

include those associated with universities and colleges (see Table 79)

and other agencies (see Table 82), as well as some state agencies that

have concurrent jurisdiction with other local law enforcement.

(3) Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to 100.0.

Table 73

Agencies with Full-time Law Enforcement Officers as of October 31, 2002

Range in Rate per 1,000 Inhabitants

by Population Group

[2002 estimated population]

Group I

(70 cities,

Total cities (1) 250,000

(9,781 cities; and over;

population population

Rate range 182,456,027) 52,879,728)

1-.5 Number 105 —

Percent 1.1 —

6-1.0 Number 524 1

Percent 5.4 1.4

1.1-1.5 Number 1,811 7

Percent 18.5 10.0

1.6-2.0 Number 2,528 26

Percent 25.8 37.1

2.1-2.5 Number 1,865 13

Percent 19.1 18.6

2.6-3.0 Number 1,070 9

Percent 10.9 12.9

3.1-3.5 Number 661 4

Percent 6.8 5.7

3.6-4.0 Number 344 2

Percent 3.5 2.9

4.1-4.5 Number 239 3

Percent 2.4 4.3

4.6-5.0 Number 150 4

Percent 1.5 5.7

5.1 and over Number 484 1

Percent 4.9 1.4

Total Cities Number 9,781 70

Percent (2) Percent 100.0 100.0

Group II Group III Group IV

(162 cities, (389 cities, (760 cities,

100,000 to 50,000 25,000

249,999; to 99,999; to 49,999;

population population population

Rate range 24,457,039) 26,808,264) 26,374,112)

1-.5 Number — 1 3

Percent — 0.3 0.4

6-1.0 Number 7 21 43

Percent 4.3 5.4 5.7

1.1-1.5 Number 59 138 223

Percent 36.4 35.5 29.3

1.6-2.0 Number 40 124 270

Percent 24.7 31.9 35.5

2.1-2.5 Number 31 65 135

Percent 19.1 16.7 17.8

2.6-3.0 Number 11 22 58

Percent 6.8 5.7 7.6

3.1-3.5 Number 13 11 21

Percent 8.0 2.8 2.8

3.6-4.0 Number 1 5 6

Percent 0.6 1.3 0.8

4.1-4.5 Number — 1 —

Percent — 0.3 —

4.6-5.0 Number — — —

Percent — — —

5.1 and over Number — 1 1

Percent — 0.3 0.1

Total Cities Number 162 389 760

Percent (2) Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Group V Group VI

(1,763 cities, (6,637 cities,

10,000 to under

24,999; 10,000;

population population

Rate range 27,930,903) 24,005,981)

1-.5 Number 9 92

Percent 0.5 1.4

6-1.0 Number 78 374

Percent 4.4 5.6

1.1-1.5 Number 369 1,015

Percent 20.9 15.3

1.6-2.0 Number 655 1,413

Percent 37.2 21.3

2.1-2.5 Number 374 1,247

Percent 21.2 18.8

2.6-3.0 Number 168 802

Percent 9.5 12.1

3.1-3.5 Number 70 542

Percent 4.0 8.2

3.6-4.0 Number 24 306

Percent 1.4 4.6

4.1-4.5 Number 8 227

Percent 0.5 3.4

4.6-5.0 Number 3 143

Percent 0.2 2.2

5.1 and over Number 5 476

Percent 0.3 7.2

Total Cities Number 1,763 6,637

Percent (2) Percent 100.0 100.0

(1) The number of agencies used to compile these figures differs from

the other Law Enforcement Officer tables because agencies with no

resident population are excluded from this table. These agencies

include those associated with universities and colleges (see Table 79)

and other agencies (see Table 82), as well as some state agencies that

have concurrent jurisdiction with other local law enforcement.

(3) Because of rounding, the percentages may not add to 100.0.

Table 74

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees as of October 31, 2002

Percent Male and Female

by Population Group

[2002 estimated population]

Percent

law enforcement

employees

Population group Total Male Female

TOTAL AGENCIES: 13,981 agencies;

population 271,240,537 957,502 73.2 26.8

TOTAL CITIES: 10,653 cities;

population 182,456,027 558,892 75.1 24.9

GROUP I

70 cities, 250,000 and over;

population 52,879,728 205,573 70.5 29.5

10 cities, 1,000,000 and over;

population 24,682,265 112,183 69.6 30.4

22 cities, 500,000 to 999,999;

population 14,767,287 52,626 72.6 27.4

38 cities, 250,000 to 499,999;

population 13,430,176 40,764 70.4 29.6

GROUP II

162 cities, 100,000 to 249,999;

population 24,457,039 61,739 73.2 26.8

GROUP III

389 cities, 50,000 to 99,999;

population 26,808,264 62,203 76.3 23.7

GROUP IV

760 cities, 25,000 to 49,999;

population 26,374,112 61,343 78.0 22.0

GROUP V

1,763 cities, 10,000 to 24,999;

population 27,930,903 68,513 79.4 20.6

GROUP VI

7,509 cities, under 10,000;

population 24,005,981 99,521 79.9 20.1

SUBURBAN COUNTIES

964 agencies;

population 57,536,474 268,044 69.8 30.2

RURAL COUNTIES

2,364 agencies;

population 31,248,036 130,566 72.1 27.9

SUBURBAN AREA (1)

6,528 agencies;

population 108,747,307 418,093 73.3 26.7

Percent

officers

Population group Total Male Female

TOTAL AGENCIES: 13,981 agencies;

population 271,240,537 665,555 88.7 11.3

TOTAL CITIES: 10,653 cities;

population 182,456,027 428,365 88.7 11.3

GROUP I

70 cities, 250,000 and over;

population 52,879,728 154,116 83.5 16.5

10 cities, 1,000,000 and over;

population 24,682,265 83,925 82.5 17.5

22 cities, 500,000 to 999,999;

population 14,767,287 40,101 84.0 16.0

38 cities, 250,000 to 499,999;

population 13,430,176 30,090 85.6 14.4

GROUP II

162 cities, 100,000 to 249,999;

population 24,457,039 46,124 89.0 11.0

GROUP III

389 cities, 50,000 to 99,999;

population 26,808,264 47,762 91.3 8.7

GROUP IV

760 cities, 25,000 to 49,999;

population 26,374,112 47,960 92.2 7.8

GROUP V

1,763 cities, 10,000 to 24,999;

population 27,930,903 54,413 93.1 6.9

GROUP VI

7,509 cities, under 10,000;

population 24,005,981 77,990 92.1 7.9

SUBURBAN COUNTIES

964 agencies;

population 57,536,474 158,104 86.9 13.1

RURAL COUNTIES

2,364 agencies;

population 31,248,036 79,086 92.1 7.9

SUBURBAN AREA (1)

6,528 agencies;

population 108,747,307 275,584 89.2 10.8

Percent

civilians

Population group Total Male Female

TOTAL AGENCIES: 13,981 agencies;

population 271,240,537 291,947 37.9 62.1

TOTAL CITIES: 10,653 cities;

population 182,456,027 130,527 30.2 69.8

GROUP I

70 cities, 250,000 and over;

population 52,879,728 51,457 31.8 68.2

10 cities, 1,000,000 and over;

population 24,682,265 28,258 31.4 68.6

22 cities, 500,000 to 999,999;

population 14,767,287 12,525 36.1 63.9

38 cities, 250,000 to 499,999;

population 13,430,176 10,674 27.8 72.2

GROUP II

162 cities, 100,000 to 249,999;

population 24,457,039 15,615 26.4 73.6

GROUP III

389 cities, 50,000 to 99,999;

population 26,808,264 14,441 26.9 73.1

GROUP IV

760 cities, 25,000 to 49,999;

population 26,374,112 13,383 27.3 72.7

GROUP V

1,763 cities, 10,000 to 24,999;

population 27,930,903 14,100 26.5 73.5

GROUP VI

7,509 cities, under 10,000;

population 24,005,981 21,531 35.8 64.2

SUBURBAN COUNTIES

964 agencies;

population 57,536,474 109,940 45.3 54.7

RURAL COUNTIES

2,364 agencies;

population 31,248,036 51,480 41.5 58.5

SUBURBAN AREA (1)

6,528 agencies;

population 108,747,307 142,509 42.5 57.5

(1) Suburban area includes law enforcement agencies in cities with less

than 50,000 inhabitants and county law enforcement agencies that are

within a Metropolitan Statistical Area (see Appendix III). Suburban

area excludes all metropolitan agencies associated with a central city.

The agencies associated with suburban areas also appear in other groups

within this table.

Table 75

Full-time Civilian Law Enforcement Employees as of October 31, 2002

Percent of Total by Population Group

[2002 estimated population]

Percent

civilian

Population group employees

TOTAL AGENCIES: 13,981 agencies;

population 271,240,537 30.5

TOTAL CITIES: 10,653 cities;

population 182,456,027 23.4

GROUP I

70 cities, 250,000 and over; population 52,879,728 25.0

10 cities, 1,000,000 and over; population 24,682,265 25.2

22 cities, 500,000 to 999,999; population 14,767,287 23.8

38 cities, 250,000 to 499,999; population 13,430,176 26.2

GROUP II

162 cities, 100,000 to 249,999; population 24,457,039 25.3

GROUP III

389 cities, 50,000 to 99,999; population 26,808,264 23.2

GROUP IV

760 cities, 25,000 to 49,999; population 26,374,112 21.8

GROUP V

1,763 cities, 10,000 to 24,999; population 27,930,903 20.6

GROUP VI

7,509 cities, under 10,000; population 24,005,981 21.6

SUBURBAN COUNTIES

964 agencies; population 57,536,474 41.0

RURAL COUNTIES

2,364 agencies; population 31,248,036 39.4

SUBURBAN AREA (1)

6,528 agencies; population 108,747,307 34.1

(1) Suburban area includes law enforcement agencies in cities with

less than 50,000 inhabitants and county law enforcement agencies that

are within a Metropolitan Statistical Area (see Appendix III).

Suburban area excludes all metropolitan agencies associated with a

central city. The agencies associated with suburban areas also

appear in other groups within this table.

Table 76

Full-time State Law Enforcement Employees as of

October 31, 2002 by State

by State

Total

Total law officers

Enforcement

State employees Male Female

ALABAMA

Department of Public Safety 1,248 616 15

Other state agencies 230 177 8

ALASKA

State Police 585 323 18

ARIZONA

Department of Public Safety 1,894 1,013 77

Other state agencies 70 24 5

CALIFORNIA

Highway Patrol 10,317 6,245 602

Other state agencies 1,151 817 204

COLORADO

State Patrol 962 672 40

Other state agencies 54 39 10

CONNECTICUT

State Police 1,793 1,163 85

Other state agencies 32 23 1

DELAWARE

State Police 859 561 64

Other state agencies 792 437 87

FLORIDA

Highway Patrol 2,126 1,451 183

Other state agencies 1,491 1,040 103

GEORGIA

Department of Public Safety 1,384 845 27

Other state agencies 1,622 701 57

IDAHO

State Police 330 237 13

ILLINOIS

State Police 3,840 1,932 204

Other state agencies 398 279 29

INDIANA

State Police 1,916 1,164 66

Other state agencies 7 7 0

IOWA

Department of Public Safety 894 582 37

KANSAS

Highway Patrol 811 506 20

Other state agencies 454 262 14

KENTUCKY

State Police 1,681 907 34

Other state agencies 536 410 11

LOUISIANA

State Police 1,607 974 35

Other state agencies 3 2 0

MAINE

State Police 478 307 20

Other state agencies 130 32 2

MARYLAND

State Police 2,356 1,425 153

Other state agencies 1,835 1,032 188

MASSACHUSETTS

State Police 2,742 2,135 219

MICHIGAN

State Police 2,956 1,792 243

Other state agencies 20 17 3

MINNESOTA

State Patrol 796 474 51

MISSISSIPPI

Highway Safety Patrol 1,016 521 9

MISSOURI

State Highway Patrol 2,167 1,037 38

Other state agencies 519 418 28

MONTANA

Highway Patrol 270 196 9

Other state agencies 15 12 0

NEBRASKA

State Patrol 670 464 21

NEVADA

Highway Patrol 1,249 621 94

NEW HAMPSHIRE

State Police 400 259 25

Other state agencies 32 17 3

NEW JERSEY

State Police 3,982 2,638 97

Other state agencies 75 67 7

Port Authority of New York 656 555 29

and New Jersey (1)

NEW MEXICO

State Police 714 556 20

NEW YORK

State Police 5,443 4,202 351

Other state agencies 225 196 12

Port Authority of New York 880 801 56

and New Jersey (2)

NORTH CAROLINA

Highway Patrol 1,804 1,340 28

Other state agencies 1,115 703 128

NORTH DAKOTA

Highway Patrol 187 121 5

OHIO

State Highway Patrol 2,638 1,386 140

Other state agencies 480 404 25

OKLAHOMA

Department of Public Safety 1,451 830 22

OREGON

State Police 1,160 682 71

PENNSYLVANIA

State Police 5,859 3,971 169

Other state agencies 629 479 58

RHODE ISLAND

State Police 257 192 19

Other state agencies 37 26 4

SOUTH CAROLINA

Highway Patrol 1,092 856 27

Other state agencies 354 190 43

SOUTH DAKOTA

Highway Patrol 221 144 1

Other state agencies 129 35 0

TENNESSEE

Department of Safety 1,831 868 42

Other state agencies 1,151 591 50

TEXAS

Department of Public Safety 7,480 2,853 178

UTAH

Highway Patrol 458 416 11

Other state agencies 176 162 6

VERMONT

State Police 474 274 21

VIRGINIA

State Police 2,466 1,741 76

Other state agencies 873 584 73

WASHINGTON

State Patrol 2,034 1,020 85

WEST VIRGINIA

State Police 938 568 15

Other state agencies 151 137 1

WISCONSIN

State Patrol 709 461 68

Other state agencies 302 237 21

WYOMING

Highway Patrol 320 167 5

Total civilians

State Male Female

ALABAMA

Department of Public Safety 182 435

Other state agencies 7 38

ALASKA

State Police 94 150

ARIZONA

Department of Public Safety 323 481

Other state agencies 26 15

CALIFORNIA

Highway Patrol 1,544 1,926

Other state agencies 51 79

COLORADO

State Patrol 67 183

Other state agencies 1 4

CONNECTICUT

State Police 237 308

Other state agencies 6 2

DELAWARE

State Police 98 136

Other state agencies 64 204

FLORIDA

Highway Patrol 180 312

Other state agencies 105 243

GEORGIA

Department of Public Safety 273 239

Other state agencies 313 551

IDAHO

State Police 8 72

ILLINOIS

State Police 637 1,067

Other state agencies 37 53

INDIANA

State Police 283 403

Other state agencies 0 0

IOWA

Department of Public Safety 107 168

KANSAS

Highway Patrol 117 168

Other state agencies 57 121

KENTUCKY

State Police 370 370

Other state agencies 54 61

LOUISIANA

State Police 222 376

Other state agencies 1 0

MAINE

State Police 64 87

Other state agencies 48 48

MARYLAND

State Police 400 378

Other state agencies 345 270

MASSACHUSETTS

State Police 198 190

MICHIGAN

State Police 404 517

Other state agencies 0 0

MINNESOTA

State Patrol 164 107

MISSISSIPPI

Highway Safety Patrol 151 335

MISSOURI

State Highway Patrol 516 576

Other state agencies 33 40

MONTANA

Highway Patrol 21 44

Other state agencies 0 3

NEBRASKA

State Patrol 57 128

NEVADA

Highway Patrol 139 395

NEW HAMPSHIRE

State Police 43 73

Other state agencies 3 9

NEW JERSEY

State Police 568 679

Other state agencies 0 1

Port Authority of New York 19 53

and New Jersey’

NEW MEXICO

State Police 48 90

NEW YORK

State Police 346 544

Other state agencies 8 9

Port Authority of New York 1 22

and New Jersey’

NORTH CAROLINA

Highway Patrol 266 170

Other state agencies 66 218

NORTH DAKOTA

Highway Patrol 45 16

OHIO

State Highway Patrol 511 601

Other state agencies 12 39

OKLAHOMA

Department of Public Safety 268 331

OREGON

State Police 136 271

PENNSYLVANIA

State Police 834 885

Other state agencies 28 64

RHODE ISLAND

State Police 27 19

Other state agencies 3 4

SOUTH CAROLINA

Highway Patrol 66 143

Other state agencies 84 37

SOUTH DAKOTA

Highway Patrol 56 20

Other state agencies 33 61

TENNESSEE

Department of Safety 217 704

Other state agencies 188 322

TEXAS

Department of Public Safety 1,530 2,919

UTAH

Highway Patrol 7 24

Other state agencies 2 6

VERMONT

State Police 61 118

VIRGINIA

State Police 215 434

Other state agencies 92 124

WASHINGTON

State Patrol 422 507

WEST VIRGINIA

State Police 110 245

Other state agencies 0 13

WISCONSIN

State Patrol 72 108

Other state agencies 22 22

WYOMING

Highway Patrol 65 83

(1) Data reported are the number of law enforcement employees for the

state of New Jersey.

(2) Data reported are the number of law enforcement employees

for the state of New York.

NOTE: Caution should be used when comparing data from one state to that

of another. The responsibilities of the various state police, highway

patrol, and department of public safety agencies range from full law

enforcement duties to only traffic patrol, which can impact both level

of employment for agencies as well as the ration of sworn officers

to civilians employed. Any valid comparison must take these factors and

the other identified crime factors (see page iv) into consideration.

Table 77

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees as of October 31, 2002 by State

[2002 estimated population]

Total

Total lax officers

enforcement

State employees Male Female

ALABAMA 297 agencies;

population 3,930,746 13,613 8,664 687

ALASKA 41 agencies;

population 642,955 1,857 1,052 109

ARIZONA 101 agencies;

population 5,443,984 18,731 9,784 1,180

ARKANSAS 206 agencies;

population 2,710,079 7,638 4,520 544

CALIFORNIA 462 agencies;

population 30,685,929 113,827 65,011 9,163

COLORADO 233 agencies;

population 4,403,008 15,489 9,388 1,316

CONNECTICUT 97 agencies;

population 3,374,179 9,741 7,122 666

DELAWARE 51 agencies;

population 807,385 3,101 1,948 258

DISTRICT OF

COLUMBIA 3 agencies;

population 570,898 4,923 3,084 939

FLORIDA 407 agencies;

population 16,401,547 69,762 36,158 5,353

GEORGIA 431 agencies;

population 7,226,657 26,651 16,336 2,417

HAWAII 4 agencies;

population 1,244,898 3,553 2,530 269

IDAHO 114 agencies;

population 1,311,796 3,502 2,223 135

ILLINOIS 751 agencies;

population 12,542,030 50,441 31,109 5,280

INDIANA 253 agencies;

population 6,049,242 17,292 9,945 797

IOWA 231 agencies;

population 2,916,660 7,529 4,709 344

KANSAS 343 agencies;

population 2,691,202 9,980 6,276 511

KENTUCKY 383 agencies;

population 4,068,895 10,035 7,109 610

LOUISIANA 207 agencies;

population 4,356,6 11 22,539 13,558 3,399

MAINE 134 agencies;

population 1,291,698 2,927 2,062 133

MARYLAND 123 agencies;

population 5,291,592 19,516 12,763 2,064

MASSACHUSETTS 328 agencies;

population 6,268,238 19,749 15,132 1,293

MICHIGAN 606 agencies;

population 9,976,197 28,080 18,175 2,831

MINNESOTA 285 agencies;

population 4,859,720 12,583 7,220 884

MISSISSIPPI 170 agencies;

population 2,426,944 8,381 4,862 415

MISSOURI 536 agencies;

population 5,604,305 18,838 11,960 1,242

MONTANA 106 agencies;

population 909,453 2,707 1,488 93

NEBRASKA 164 agencies;

population 1,719,618 4,649 3,043 343

NEVADA 36 agencies;

population 2,173,491 8,312 4,397 510

NEW HAMPSHIRE

131 agencies;

population 925,055 2,523 1,794 123

NEW JERSEY 530 agencies;

population 8,331,239 38,931 28,331 2,152

NEW MEXICO 110 agencies;

population 1,851,009 5,660 3,779 363

NEW YORK 425 agencies;

population 16,675,972 80,990 51,892 7,762

NORTH CAROLINA

513 agencies;

population 8,313,727 27,852 17,510 2,181

NORTH DAKOTA 89 agencies;

population 608,703 1,542 1,021 83

OHIO 555 agencies;

population 10,878,422 33,621 21,099 2,565

OKLAHOMA 302 agencies;

population 3,493,714 10,585 6,590 518

OREGON 164 agencies;

population 3,492,816 7,679 5,066 551

PENNSYLVANIA 779 agencies;

population 8,590,601 28,183 21,015 2,698

RHODE ISLAND 43 agencies;

population 1,063,557 3,122 2,324 161

SOUTH CAROLINA

260 agencies;

population 3,735,856 12,128 7,791 996

SOUTH DAKOTA 130 agencies;

population 747,844 2,016 1,198 69

TENNESSEE 437 agencies;

population 5,787,364 23,962 13,629 1,545

TEXAS 965 agencies;

population 21,670,261 77,464 42,806 4,904

UTAH 124 agencies;

population 2,315,689 6,872 4,260 376

VERMONT 58 agencies;

population 364,545 1,343 888 68

VIRGINIA 278 agencies;

population 7,292,028 21,540 14,787 1,765

WASHINGTON 251 agencies;

population 6,064,698 13,747 8,910 958

WEST VIRGINIA 352 agencies;

population 1,790,599 3,959 2,936 92

WISCONSIN 316 agencies;

population 4,849,982 15,848 9,781 1,566

WYOMING 66 agencies;

population 496,899 1,989 1,153 86

Total

civilians

State Male Female

ALABAMA 297 agencies;

population 3,930,746 1,519 2,743

ALASKA 41 agencies;

population 642,955 219 477

ARIZONA 101 agencies;

population 5,443,984 3,228 4,539

ARKANSAS 206 agencies;

population 2,710,079 1,007 1,567

CALIFORNIA 462 agencies;

population 30,685,929 14,557 25,096

COLORADO 233 agencies;

population 4,403,008 1,404 3,381

CONNECTICUT 97 agencies;

population 3,374,179 708 1,245

DELAWARE 51 agencies;

population 807,385 349 546

DISTRICT OF

COLUMBIA 3 agencies;

population 570,898 281 619

FLORIDA 407 agencies;

population 16,401,547 10,853 17,398

GEORGIA 431 agencies;

population 7,226,657 2,819 5,079

HAWAII 4 agencies;

population 1,244,898 217 537

IDAHO 114 agencies;

population 1,311,796 217 927

ILLINOIS 751 agencies;

population 12,542,030 6,181 7,871

INDIANA 253 agencies;

population 6,049,242 2,954 3,596

IOWA 231 agencies;

population 2,916,660 880 1,596

KANSAS 343 agencies;

population 2,691,202 1,274 1,919

KENTUCKY 383 agencies;

population 4,068,895 836 1,480

LOUISIANA 207 agencies;

population 4,356,6 11 1,943 3,639

MAINE 134 agencies;

population 1,291,698 334 398

MARYLAND 123 agencies;

population 5,291,592 1,824 2,865

MASSACHUSETTS 328 agencies;

population 6,268,238 1,420 1,904

MICHIGAN 606 agencies;

population 9,976,197 2,882 4,192

MINNESOTA 285 agencies;

population 4,859,720 1,809 2,670

MISSISSIPPI 170 agencies;

population 2,426,944 1,195 1,909

MISSOURI 536 agencies;

population 5,604,305 2,128 3,508

MONTANA 106 agencies;

population 909,453 478 648

NEBRASKA 164 agencies;

population 1,719,618 284 979

NEVADA 36 agencies;

population 2,173,491 1,157 2,248

NEW HAMPSHIRE

131 agencies;

population 925,055 177 429

NEW JERSEY 530 agencies;

population 8,331,239 3,030 5,418

NEW MEXICO 110 agencies;

population 1,851,009 432 1,086

NEW YORK 425 agencies;

population 16,675,972 6,936 14,400

NORTH CAROLINA

513 agencies;

population 8,313,727 3,372 4,789

NORTH DAKOTA 89 agencies;

population 608,703 172 266

OHIO 555 agencies;

population 10,878,422 3,935 6,022

OKLAHOMA 302 agencies;

population 3,493,714 1,446 2,031

OREGON 164 agencies;

population 3,492,816 441 1,621

PENNSYLVANIA 779 agencies;

population 8,590,601 1,720 2,750

RHODE ISLAND 43 agencies;

population 1,063,557 286 351

SOUTH CAROLINA

260 agencies;

population 3,735,856 1,277 2,064

SOUTH DAKOTA 130 agencies;

population 747,844 335 414

TENNESSEE 437 agencies;

population 5,787,364 3,272 5,516

TEXAS 965 agencies;

population 21,670,261 12,935 16,819

UTAH 124 agencies;

population 2,315,689 969 1,267

VERMONT 58 agencies;

population 364,545 132 255

VIRGINIA 278 agencies;

population 7,292,028 1,470 3,518

WASHINGTON 251 agencies;

population 6,064,698 1,225 2,654

WEST VIRGINIA 352 agencies;

population 1,790,599 358 573

WISCONSIN 316 agencies;

population 4,849,982 1,531 2,970

WYOMING 66 agencies;

population 496,899 245 505

Table 78

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees as of October 31, 2002

by City by State

Total law

enforcement Total Total

City by state employees officers civilians

ALABAMA

Abbeville 19 11 8

Adamsville 30 18 12

Alabaster 59 48 11

Albertville 53 35 18

Alexander City 65 48 17

Aliceville 11 7 4

Andalusia 35 26 9

Anniston 112 83 29

Arab 34 24 10

Ardmore 11 6 5

Argo 4 4 0

Ashford 9 5 4

Ashland 12 8 4

Ashville 5 5 0

Athens 51 40 11

Atmore 30 26 4

Attalla 28 22 6

Auburn 77 71 6

Bay Minette 27 20 7

Bayou La Batre 22 17 5

Bear Creek 2 2 0

Bessemer 134 114 20

Birmingham 1,125 833 292

Blountsville 8 8 0

Boaz 33 23 10

Brantley 5 3 2

Brent 4 4 0

Brewton 30 20 10

Bridgeport 11 7 4

Brighton 13 9 4

Brundidge 13 9 4

Butler 8 5 3

Camden 8 8 0

Carbon Hill 7 4 3

Castleberry 2 1 1

Centreville 6 6 0

Chatom 6 6 0

Chickasaw 21 16 5

Citronelle 11 7 4

Clanton 22 21 1

Cleveland 2 2 0

Clio 4 3 1

Coffeeville 1 1 0

Collinsville 9 5 4

Columbiana 14 10 4

Coosada 2 2 0

Cordova 8 5 3

Cottonwood 3 3 0

Creola 12 8 4

Crossville 7 4 3

Cullman 70 49 21

Dadeville 11 11 0

Daleville 23 17 6

Daphne 61 37 24

Dauphin Island 11 7 4

Decatur 147 124 23

Demopolis 25 21 4

Dora 6 3 3

Dothan 200 135 65

Dozier 1 1 0

East Brewton 6 4 2

Eclectic 10 5 5

Elba 28 19 9

Enterprise 54 48 6

Eufaula 51 36 15

Eutaw 13 8 5

Evergreen 22 16 6

Fairfield 53 40 13

Fairhope 36 24 12

Fayette 14 14 0

Flomaton 12 7 5

Florala 5 5 0

Florence 116 92 24

Foley 55 35 20

Fort Payne 40 36 4

Frisco City 2 2 0

Fultondale 24 18 6

Gadsden 137 104 33

Gardendale 32 25 7

Geneva 16 11 5

Glencoe 9 6 3

Gordo 5 4 1

Grant 3 3 0

Greensboro 9 9 0

Greenville 38 30 8

Grove Hill 6 6 0

Gulf Shores 38 28 10

Guntersville 35 26 9

Hackleburg 4 4 0

Haleyville 19 14 5

Hamilton 14 13 1

Hanceville 12 8 4

Hartford 12 7 5

Hartselle 37 30 7

Headland 10 5 5

Heflin 9 9 0

Helena 20 15 5

Hobson City 3 3 0

Hokes Bluff 9 6 3

Hollywood 3 2 1

Homewood 106 72 34

Hoover 189 137 52

Hueytown 28 23 5

Huntsville 515 345 170

Irondale 38 31 7

Jackson 24 19 5

Jacksonville 28 23 5

Jasper 72 49 23

Jemison 6 6 0

Killen 5 5 0

Kimberly 4 4 0

Kinsey 3 3 0

Lafayette 17 15 2

Lanett 22 21 1

Leeds 31 25 6

Leighton 3 3 0

Level Plains 5 4 1

Lexington 2 2 0

Lincoln 21 16 5

Linden 6 6 0

Lipscomb 11 6 5

Littleville 7 5 2

Livingston 12 8 4

Lockhart 2 2 0

Louisville 3 3 0

Loxley 14 8 6

Luverne 16 12 4

Madison 70 50 20

Maplesville 4 4 0

McIntosh 6 6 0

McKenzie 2 1 1

Millbrook 27 20 7

Millport 2 2 0

Millry 4 4 0

Mobile 720 526 194

Monroeville 24 18 6

Montevallo 19 14 5

Montgomery 639 446 193

Moody 18 16 2

Morris 4 4 0

Mosses 1 1 0

Moulton 11 11 0

Moundville 5 4 1

Mountain Brook 58 47 11

Mount Vernon 9 8 1

Muscle Shoals 42 33 9

Napier Field 1 1 0

New Hope 4 4 0

New Site 1 1 0

Newville 1 1 0

Northport 75 59 16

Oneonta 18 17 1

Opelika 91 76 15

Opp 28 22 6

Orange Beach 48 31 17

Owens Crossroads 3 3 0

Oxford 55 44 11

Ozark 48 42 6

Pelham 74 60 14

Pell City 32 30 2

Phenix City 93 73 20

Phil Campbell 4 4 0

Pickensville 2 2 0

Piedmont 18 15 3

Pinckard 2 2 0

Pine Hill 5 5 0

Pleasant Grove 20 16 4

Prattville 90 83 7

Priceville 4 4 0

Prichard 77 60 17

Ragland 8 5 3

Rainbow City 33 22 11

Rainsville 14 10 4

Ranburne 3 2 1

Red Bay 10 6 4

Reform 5 5 0

Riverside 5 5 0

Roanoke 27 23 4

Robertsdale 14 9 5

Russellville 27 23 4

Samson 5 5 0

Saraland 50 38 12

Sardis City 4 4 0

Satsuma 18 14 4

Scottsboro 60 44 16

Section 1 1 0

Selma 105 57 48

Sheffield 38 32 6

Shorter 4 4 0

Silas 1 1 0

Silverhill 2 2 0

Snead 5 5 0

Southside 14 8 6

Spanish Fort 8 7 1

Springville 7 7 0

Steele 11 3 8

Stevenson 9 5 4

St. Florian 3 3 0

Sumiton 14 9 5

Summerdale 4 4 0

Sylacauga 48 36 12

Talladega 59 47 12

Tallassee 25 19 6

Tarrant City 29 23 6

Taylor 2 2 0

Thomasville 22 18 4

Thorsby 4 4 0

Town Creek 4 4 0

Triana 1 1 0

Trinity 5 5 0

Troy 62 47 15

Tuscaloosa 303 236 67

Tuscumbia 26 20 6

Tuskegee 40 28 12

Union Springs 13 8 5

Valley 36 27 9

Valley Head 3 2 1

Vance 1 1 0

Vestavia Hills 67 65 2

Wadley 8 4 4

Warrior 21 15 6

Weaver 11 8 3

Wedowee 8 8 0

Wetumpka 32 24 8

Winfield 11 9 2

ALASKA

Anchorage 463 313 150

Bethel 25 14 11

Bristol Bay Borough 8 2 6

Cordova 11 5 6

Craig 10 5 5

Dillingham 16 7 9

Emmonak 12 5 7

Fairbanks 56 41 15

Haines 10 5 5

Homer 25 11 14

Hoonah 6 5 1

Juneau 85 45 40

Kake 6 3 3

Kenai 25 16 9

Ketchikan 33 25 8

Klawock 2 2 0

Kodiak 31 17 14

Kotzebue 18 8 10

Nenana 2 2 0

Nome 14 8 6

North Pole 16 11 5

North Slope Borough 62 37 25

Palmer 22 7 15

Petersburg 13 8 5

Sand Point 6 4 2

Seldovia 1 1 0

Seward 21 9 12

Sitka 34 19 15

Skagway 7 4 3

Soldotna 13 12 1

St. Paul 7 4 3

Unalaska 29 13 16

Valdez 21 11 10

Wasilla 20 19 1

Whittier 3 3 0

Wrangell 12 6 6

ARIZONA

Apache Junction 78 51 27

Avondale 92 71 21

Benson 20 13 7

Bisbee 22 15 7

Buckeye 33 25 8

Bullhead City 114 75 39

Camp Verde 29 18 11

Casa Grande 83 58 25

Chandler 447 286 161

Chino Valley 28 18 10

Clarkdale 11 9 2

Colorado City 6 5 1

Coolidge 40 31 9

Cottonwood 38 24 14

Douglas 43 30 13

Eagar 11 8 3

El Mirage 56 46 10

Eloy 44 30 14

Flagstaff 138 92 46

Florence 24 15 9

Fredonia 5 5 0

Gilbert 166 116 50

Glendale 379 271 108

Globe 33 24 9

Goodyear 62 47 15

Hayden 8 7 1

Holbrook 24 17 7

Huachuca City 10 4 6

Jerome 4 4 0

Kearny 12 7 5

Kingman 67 45 22

Lake Havasu City 94 72 22

Mammoth 8 5 3

Marana 69 52 17

Mesa 1,243 772 471

Miami 8 6 2

Nogales 78 60 18

Oro Valley 90 65 25

Page 29 18 11

Paradise Valley 45 34 11

Parker 15 11 4

Patagonia 3 3 0

Payson 36 25 11

Peoria 186 134 52

Phoenix 3,628 2,773 855

Pima 3 3 0

Pinetop-Lakeside 25 15 10

Prescott 93 59 34

Prescott Valley 52 41 11

Quartzsite 8 6 2

Safford 20 17 3

Sahuarita 12 11 1

San Luis 37 28 9

Scottsdale 577 347 230

Sedona 35 26 9

Show Low 36 24 12

Sierra Vista 85 56 29

Snowflake-Taylor 15 10 5

Somerton 27 19 8

South Tucson 36 26 10

Springerville 10 8 2

St. Johns 11 8 3

Superior 13 8 5

Surprise 89 66 23

Tempe 534 339 195

Thatcher 11 10 1

Tolleson 28 19 9

Tombstone 8 6 2

Tucson 1,290 969 321

Wellton 4 4 0

Wickenburg 19 12 7

Willcox 18 11 7

Williams 19 11 8

Winslow 36 28 8

Youngstown 11 10 1

Yuma 195 126 69

ARKANSAS

Alma 15 8 7

Ardadelphia 27 22 5

Ashdown 12 11 1

Atkins 7 6 1

Bald Knob 9 5 4

Barling 8 8 0

Beebe 15 9 6

Benton 69 59 10

Bentonville 62 41 21

Berryville 10 9 1

Blytheville 68 51 17

Booneville 11 7 4

Brinkley 14 10 4

Bryant 32 25 7

Bull Shoals 3 3 0

Cabot 40 29 11

Caddo Valley 6 5 1

Camden 39 26 13

Carlisle 10 6 4

Cherokee Village 7 6 1

Clarksville 19 15 4

Clinton 7 6 1

Conway 118 95 23

Corning 11 7 4

Corssett 25 17 8

Danville 6 5 1

Dardanelle 13 9 4

De Queen 16 13 3

Dermott 16 9 7

Des Arc 4 4 0

De Witt 14 9 5

Dumas 25 11 14

Earle 11 8 3

El Dorado 65 48 17

England 12 7 5

Etowah 1 1 0

Eudora 12 8 4

Eureka Springs 15 10 5

Fairfield Bay 16 7 9

Farmington 7 7 0

Fayetteville 146 97 49

Flippin 7 6 1

Fordyce 12 8 4

Forrest City 42 31 11

Fort Smith 183 142 41

Greenbrier 16 10 6

Green Forest 9 7 2

Greenland 4 4 0

Greenwood 18 17 1

Gurdon 5 4 1

Hamburg 7 6 1

Harrisburg 5 4 1

Harrison 49 27 22

Hazen 8 4 4

Heber Springs 21 13 8

Helena 17 12 5

Hermitage 4 4 0

Hope 36 26 10

Horseshoe Bend 7 6 1

Hot Springs 123 92 31

Hoxie 8 4 4

Jacksonville 76 65 11

Jonesboro 117 107 10

Keiser 3 1 2

Lake Village 15 9 6

Lincoln 5 5 0

Little Rock 681 543 138

Lonoke 17 12 5

Lowell 12 11 1

Magnolia 27 20 7

Malvern 26 22 4

Marianna 16 11 5

Marion 17 16 1

Marked Tree 12 8 4

Maumelle 27 18 9

Mayflower 5 4 1

McGehee 15 8 7

Mena 17 15 2

Monticello 27 20 7

Morrilton 28 17 11

Mountain Home 33 25 8

Mountain View 9 8 1

Mulberry 3 3 0

Nashville 14 13 1

Newport 22 16 6

North Little Rock 242 199 43

Osceola 38 23 15

Ozark 9 8 1

Paragould 44 37 7

Paris 14 9 5

Piggott 9 9 0

Pine Bluff 164 139 25

Pocahontas 14 13 1

Pottsville 4 3 1

Prairie Grove 8 7 1

Prescott 9 8 1

Rogers 102 73 29

Rose Bud 3 2 1

Russellville 68 56 12

Searcy 49 38 11

Sheridan 26 11 15

Sherwood 82 63 19

Siloam Springs 43 26 17

Smackover 5 4 1

Springdale 134 93 41

Star City 5 4 1

Stuttgart 30 21 9

Texarkana 116 79 37

Trumann 21 15 6

Tuckerman 6 5 1

Van Buren 50 37 13

Vilonia 6 6 0

Waldron 7 7 0

Walnut Ridge 12 8 4

Ward 7 6 1

Warren 24 15 9

West Fork 5 5 0

West Helena 25 19 6

West Memphis 91 76 15

White Hall 12 11 1

Wynne 20 18 2

CALIFORNIA

Alameda 159 104 55

Albany 29 24 5

Alhambra 131 83 48

Alturas 11 10 1

Anaheim 552 400 152

Anderson 26 16 10

Angels Camp 9 8 1

Antioch 145 97 48

Arcadia 110 75 35

Arcata 38 26 12

Arroyo Grande 36 26 10

Arvin 18 10 8

Atascadero 39 30 9

Atherton 28 22 6

Atwater 41 31 10

Auburn 34 24 10

Azusa 84 60 24

Bakersfield 439 316 123

Baldwin Park 104 75 29

Banning 48 34 14

Barstow 51 31 20

Bear Valley 13 7 6

Beaumont 30 23 7

Bell 46 37 9

Bell Gardens 67 48 19

Belmont 45 30 15

Belvedere 8 7 1

Benicia 49 35 14

Berkeley 293 181 112

Beverly Hills 214 141 73

Bishop 20 14 6

Blue Lake 2 2 0

Blythe 36 24 12

Brawley 44 31 13

Brea 130 106 24

Brentwood 55 42 13

Brisbane 20 17 3

Broadmoor 13 12 1

Buena Park 145 94 51

Burbank 259 168 91

Burlingame 71 50 21

Calexico 61 45 16

California City 20 14 6

Calipatria 7 6 1

Calistoga 10 10 0

Campbell 65 44 21

Capitola 32 21 11

Carlsbad 144 106 38

Carmel 22 14 8

Cathedral City 82 52 30

Ceres 56 40 16

Chico 139 85 54

Chino 119 91 28

Chowchilla 24 17 7

Chula Vista 332 226 106

Claremont 61 42 19

Clayton 14 11 3

Clearlake 33 24 9

Cloverdale 19 12 7

Clovis 132 86 46

Coalinga 24 18 6

Colma 23 18 5

Colton 89 61 28

Colusa 8 7 1

Concord 219 157 62

Corcoran 28 19 9

Corning 23 15 8

Corona 236 153 83

Coronado 56 41 15

Costa Mesa 233 159 74

Cotati 20 13 7

Covina 89 58 31

Crescent City 14 13 1

Culver City 174 124 50

Cypress 75 57 18

Daly City 151 114 37

Davis 88 53 35

Delano 65 45 20

Del Rey Oaks 6 6 0

Desert Hot Springs 22 17 5

Dinuba 31 23 8

Dixon 26 22 4

Dos Palos 8 8 0

Downey 157 109 48

Dublin 54 46 8

East Palo Alto 47 32 15

El Cajon 209 139 70

El Centro 72 50 22

El Cerrito 41 34 7

El Monte 216 156 60

El Segundo 96 65 31

Emeryville 47 33 14

Escalon 10 7 3

Escondido 227 161 66

Etna 3 2 1

Eureka 75 44 31

Exeter 18 16 2

Fairfax 17 12 5

Fairfield 164 107 57

Farmersville 15 14 1

Ferndale 5 5 0

Firebaugh 16 12 4

Folsom 81 58 23

Fontana 202 141 61

Fort Bragg 20 14 6

Fortuna 16 16 0

Foster City 59 40 19

Fountain Valley 87 64 23

Fowler 8 7 1

Fremont 316 199 117

Fresno 1,046 688 358

Fullerton 222 151 71

Galt 34 23 11

Gardena 105 83 22

Garden Grove 238 165 73

Gilroy 95 53 42

Glendale 355 237 118

Glendora 89 58 31

Gonzales 14 13 1

Grass Valley 32 22 10

Greenfield 20 17 3

Gridley 20 15 5

Grover Beach 26 17 9

Guadalupe 15 12 3

Gustine 11 10 1

Half Moon Bay 23 18 5

Hanford 61 43 18

Hawthorne 137 96 41

Hayward 323 205 118

Healdsburg 26 16 10

Hemet 96 67 29

Hercules 24 21 3

Hermosa Beach 49 38 11

Hillsborough 32 24 8

Hollister 41 34 7

Holtville 11 8 3

Hughson 5 4 1

Huntington Beach 371 222 149

Huntington Park 110 73 37

Huron 12 8 4

Imperial 13 12 1

Indio 81 52 29

Inglewood 250 188 62

Ione 8 7 1

Irvine 212 142 70

Irwindale 31 24 7

Isleton 3 3 0

Jackson 13 10 3

Kensington 10 10 0

Kerman 19 16 3

King City 20 16 4

Kingsburg 20 15 5

Laguna Beach 86 50 36

La Habra 108 64 44

Lakeport 17 13 4

Lake Shastina 5 4 1

La Mesa 90 64 26

La Palma 35 26 9

La Verne 64 47 17

Lemoore 32 25 7

Lincoln 27 23 4

Lindsay 27 17 10

Livermore 136 93 43

Livingston 23 18 5

Lodi 113 78 35

Lompoc 68 47 21

Long Beach 1,366 869 497

Los Alamitos 27 24 3

Los Altos 45 30 15

Los Angeles 12,178 9,056 3,122

Los Banos 51 32 19

Los Gatos 65 46 19

Madera 63 49 14

Mammoth Lakes 22 17 5

Manhattan Beach 90 66 24

Manteca 91 64 27

Marina 39 32 7

Martinez 52 39 13

Marysville 36 23 13

Maywood 43 32 11

Menlo Park 76 54 22

Merced 105 76 29

Millbrae 40 27 13

Mill Valley 25 19 6

Milpitas 120 91 29

Modesto 353 250 103

Monrovia 83 58 25

Montclair 79 53 26

Montebello 129 84 45

Monterey 79 56 23

Monterey Park 117 74 43

Moraga 13 12 1

Morgan Hill 48 32 16

Morro Bay 29 21 8

Mountain View 130 95 35

Mount Shasta 16 9 7

Murrieta 64 46 18

Napa 119 75 44

National City 115 79 36

Nevada City 10 9 1

Newark 82 57 25

Newman 15 12 3

Newport Beach 234 148 86

Novato 82 59 23

Oakdale 29 26 3

Oakland 1,232 814 418

Oceanside 263 178 85

Ontario 324 214 110

Orange 224 153 71

Orland 11 10 1

Oroville 30 22 8

Oxnard 308 209 99

Pacifica 53 42 11

Pacific Grove 37 28 9

Palm Springs 133 79 54

Palo Alto 174 101 73

Palos Verdes Estates 33 24 9

Paradise 37 22 15

Parlier 16 14 2

Pasadena 387 248 139

Paso Robles 45 36 9

Patterson 15 13 2

Petaluma 66 66 0

Piedmont 28 20 8

Pinole 41 27 14

Pismo Beach 32 23 9

Pittsburg 110 78 32

Placentia 71 55 16

Placerville 30 18 12

Pleasant Hill 67 45 22

Pleasanton 101 81 20

Pomona 294 165 129

Porterville 62 41 21

Port Hueneme 23 23 0

Red Bluff 39 26 13

Redding 162 111 51

Redlands 145 79 66

Redondo Beach 157 105 52

Redwood City 140 100 40

Reedley 41 27 14

Rialto 134 96 38

Richmond 281 198 83

Ridgecrest 45 32 13

Rio Dell 6 6 0

Rio Vista 14 12 2

Ripon 27 19 8

Riverbank 17 14 3

Riverside 526 358 168

Rocklin 63 43 20

Rohnert Park 101 67 34

Roseville 150 89 61

Ross 7 6 1

Sacramento 1,055 680 375

Salinas 215 159 56

San Anselmo 26 19 7

San Bernardino 430 279 151

San Bruno 70 52 18

San Carlos 46 31 15

Sand City 10 9 1

San Diego 2,913 2,123 790

San Fernando 54 38 16

San Francisco 2,661 2,274 387

San Gabriel 67 52 15

Sanger 33 22 11

San Jacinto 33 24 9

San Jose 1,819 1,378 441

San Leandro 139 94 45

San Luis Obispo 86 60 26

San Marino 36 27 9

San Mateo 158 113 45

San Pablo 66 44 22

San Rafael 106 78 28

Santa Ana 669 353 316

Santa Barbara 222 144 78

Santa Clara 200 148 52

Santa Cruz 127 95 32

Santa Maria 133 95 38

Santa Monica 399 207 192

Santa Paula 42 32 10

Santa Rosa 262 174 88

Sausalito 27 22 5

Scotts Valley 28 20 8

Seal Beach 42 33 9

Seaside 53 41 12

Sebastopol 23 16 7

Selma 40 27 13

Shafter 24 18 6

Sierra Madre 22 18 4

Signal Hill 39 24 15

Simi Valley 185 122 63

Soledad 16 16 0

Sonoma 22 14 8

Sonora 17 13 4

South Gate 120 83 37

South Lake Tahoe 67 49 18

South Pasadena 46 35 11

South San Francisco 114 83 31

Stallion Springs 3 3 0

St. Helena 19 13 6

Stockton 570 384 186

Suisun City 38 28 10

Sunnyvale 308 205 103

Susanville 23 20 3

Sutter Creek 8 7 1

Taft 20 10 10

Tiburon 17 14 3

Torrance 359 234 125

Tracy 113 72 41

Trinidad 3 3 0

Tulare 74 50 24

Tulelake 4 2 2

Turlock 86 59 27

Tustin 132 92 40

Twin Cities 45 34 11

Ukiah 37 28 9

Union City 124 74 50

Upland 120 80 40

Vacaville 169 107 62

Vallejo 230 158 72

Ventura 195 125 70

Vernon 81 58 23

Visalia 162 111 51

Walnut Creek 111 78 33

Watsonville 80 61 19

Weed 16 10 6

West Covina 160 116 44

Westminster 143 99 44

Westmorland 4 4 0

West Sacramento 87 57 30

Wheatland 8 8 0

Whittier 199 129 70

Williams 10 9 1

Willits 24 15 9

Willows 14 11 3

Winters 11 10 1

Woodlake 15 13 2

Woodland 86 65 21

Yreka 24 16 8

Yuba City 72 45 27

COLORADO

Alamosa 30 25 5

Alma 1