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Law Enforcement Officers Per Capita for Cities, Local Departments

NOTE: View updated police employment data here.

The following table shows the number of total full-time law enforcement employees and officers per agency in 2010, as reported to the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting Program. Per capita rates represent the number of police employees and officers per 10,000 residents. 

Employee totals for the most populous 100 localities reporting data are listed.


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