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Publication Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics, 1993: Data for Individual State and Local Agencies with 100 or More Officers

September 1, 1995    NCJ 148825

Compiled from the 1993 LEMAS survey, this report presents agency-specific data collected from 661 State and local agencies that employed 100 or more sworn officers and responded to the 1993 LEMAS survey. The tables present data reported by each agency on the number and function of sworn and civilian personnel, race and sex of sworn personnel, agency functions, type of 911 system, lockup facilities, operating expenditures, starting salaries, types of special pay, number and types of vehicles, vehicle use policies, educational and training requirements, types of sidearms and nonlethal weapons authorized, automated fingerprint identification system (AFIS) facilities, types of computers and their functions, types of special units, subject areas covered by written policy directives, complaint review processes, drug enforcement activities, and employee drug testing policies.

Part of the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Series

Full Report (PDF 2.6M)
Introduction with tables A-C (PDF 94K)
Table 1--Number of employees (PDF 83K)
Table 1--Number of employees (Spreadsheet)
Table 2--Types of employees (PDF 67K)
Table 2--Types of employees (Spreadsheet)
Table 3--Civilian employees (PDF 72K)
Table 3--Civilian employees (Spreadsheet)
Table 4--Employee sex & race (PDF 67K)
Table 4--Employee sex & race (Spreadsheet)
Table 5--Requirements for new officers (PDF 106K)
Table 5--Requirements for new officers (Spreadsheet)
Table 6--Employee drug testing (PDF 57K)
Table 6--Employee drug testing (Spreadsheet)
Table 7--Operating and overtime expenditure (PDF 108K)
Table 7--Operating and overtime expenditure (Spreadsheet)
Table 8--Salaries and labor issues (PDF 111K)
Table 8--Salaries and labor issues (Spreadsheet)
Table 9--Law enforcement and investigative function (PDF 61K)
Table 9--Law enforcement and investigative function (Spreadsheet)
Table 10--Special functions (PDF 53K)
Table 10--Special functions (Spreadsheet)
Table 11--Patrol allocation (PDF 113K)
Table 11--Patrol allocation (Spreadsheet)
Table 12--Drug enforcement (PDF 117K)
Table 12--Drug enforcement (Spreadsheet)
Table 13--Vehicles and animals (PDF 144K)
Table 13--Vehicles and animals (Spreadsheet)
Table 14--Sidearms authorized or supplied (PDF 97K)
Table 14--Sidearms authorized or supplied (Spreadsheet)
Table 15--Nonlethal weapons authorized (PDF 61K)
Table 15--Nonlethal weapons authorized (Spreadsheet)
Table 16--Body armor and vehicle use policies (PDF 137K)
Table 16--Body armor and vehicle use policies (Spreadsheet)
Table 17--Computers and fingerprint systems (PDF 100K)
Table 17--Computers and fingerprint systems (Spreadsheet)
Table 18--Functions of computers (PDF 96K)
Table 18--Functions of computers (Spreadsheet)
Table 19--Types of computerized information I (PDF 94K)
Table 19--Types of computerized information I (Spreadsheet)
Table 20--Types of computerized information II (PDF 95K)
Table 20--Types of computerized information II (Spreadsheet)
Table 21--Written policy directives (PDF 126K)
Table 21--Written policy directives (Spreadsheet)
Table 22--Policies about excessive force complaints (PDF 102K)
Table 22--Policies about excessive force complaints (Spreadsheet)
Table 23--Special units for youth and family problems (PDF 49K)
Table 23--Special units for youth and family problems (Spreadsheet)
Table 24--Special units (PDF 120K)
Table 24--Special units (Spreadsheet)
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