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U.S. Law Enforcement Agencies with the Most Facebook "Likes"


Campus Law Enforcement Agencies


  1. University of Texas at Austin Police Department (12,944)
  2. Virginia Tech Police Department (12,149)
  3. Virginia Commonwealth University Police Department (3,757)
  4. Iowa State University Police Department (3,445)
  5. Texas A&M University Police Department (2,621)

State Law Enforcement Agencies


  1. Kentucky State Police (81,139)
  2. Louisiana State Police (63,585)
  3. New Jersey State Police (62,997)
  4. West Virginia State Police (61,123)
  5. Virginia State Police (57,037)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 1 to 5 Sworn Officers


  1. Kenyon, Minnesota, Police Department (18,056)
  2. Hamburg Borough, New Jersey, Police Department (7,718)
  3. Tellico Plains, Tennessee, Police Department (2,543)
  4. Lenox, Iowa, Police Department (2,448)
  5. Fulton County, Kentucky, Sheriff's Office (2,226)
  6. Hollywood, Alabama, Police Department (1,929)
  7. Johnson City, Texas, Police Department (1,897)
  8. Cohutta, Georgia, Police Department (1,856)
  9. Southwest Harbor, Maine, Police Department (1,796)
  10. Washington County, Illinois, Sheriff's Department (1,763)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 6 to 15 Sworn Officers


  1. Brimfield, Ohio, Police Department (146,207)
  2. New Castle County, Delaware, Police Department (9,601)
  3. Franklin County, Kentucky, Sheriff's Office (7,173)
  4. Canal Fulton, Ohio, Police Department (6,510)
  5. Scott County, Indiana, Sheriff's Office (6,335)
  6. Trinity, Texas, Police Department (5,921)
  7. Temple, Georgia, Police Department (5,915)
  8. Heflin, Alabama, Police Department (5,725)
  9. Shelby, Ohio, Police Department (5,583)
  10. Clark County, Illinois, Sheriff's Office (4,951)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 16 to 25 Sworn Officers


  1. Walker, Louisiana, Police Department (10,181)
  2. Ellsworth, Maine, Police Department (9,335)
  3. Presque Isle, Maine, Police Department (7,059)
  4. Steuben County, Indiana, Sheriff's Department (6,697)
  5. Noble County, Indiana, Sheriff's Department (6,371)
  6. New Hartford, New York, Police Department (6,349)
  7. Blair County, Pennsylvania, Sheriff's Office (6,243)
  8. Norwich, New York, Police Department (6,215)
  9. Bradford County, Florida, Sheriff's Office (6,105)
  10. Willowick, Ohio, Police Department (5,850)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 26 to 49 Sworn Officers


  1. Wayne County, Ohio, Sheriff's Office (22,903)
  2. Calhoun County, Alabama, Sheriff's Office (19,026)
  3. Rolla, Missouri, Police Department (14,973)
  4. Eastlake, Ohio, Police Department (12,124)
  5. Queen Anne's County, Maryland, Office of the Sheriff (11,928)
  6. Oconee County, Georgia, Sheriff's Office (11,756)
  7. Alliance, Ohio, Police Department (11,477)
  8. Darke County, Ohio, Sheriff's Office (11,198)
  9. Medina, Ohio, Police Department (10,587)
  10. Bardstown, Kentucky, Police Department (10,208)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 50 to 99 Sworn Officers


  1. Rosenberg, Texas, Police Department (28,271)
  2. Altoona, Pennsylvania, Police Department (28,154)
  3. Anniston, Alabama, Police Department (23,486)
  4. Mentor, Ohio, Police Department (15,244)
  5. Olive Branch, Mississippi, Police Department (15,146)
  6. Bangor, Maine, Police Department (15,042)
  7. Evesham, New Jersey, Police Department (14,000)
  8. Willoughby, Ohio, Police Department (12,040)
  9. Kingston, New York, Police Department (11,320)
  10. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, Sheriff's Office (11,230)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 100 to 249 Sworn Officers


  1. Livingston Parish, Louisiana, Sheriff's Office (17,906)
  2. Kenosha, Wisconsin, Police Department (17,442)
  3. Huntington Beach, California, Police Department (15,779)
  4. Niagara County, New York, Sheriff's Office (13,834)
  5. Gloucester Township, New Jersey, Police Department (13,678)
  6. Rapid City, South Dakota, Police Department (13,674)
  7. Bartlett, Tennessee, Police Department (13,113)
  8. Taunton, Massachusetts, Police Department (13,077)
  9. Okaloosa County, Florida, Sheriff's Office (11,785)
  10. Martin County, Florida, Sheriff's Office (11,694)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 250 to 499 Sworn Officers


  1. Stockton, California, Police Department (38,382)
  2. Hernando County, Florida, Sheriff's Office (22,720)
  3. Pasco, Florida, Sheriff's Office (21,004)
  4. Worcester, Massachusetts, Police Department (20,640)
  5. Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Sheriff's Office (20,035)
  6. Howard County, Maryland, Police Department (16,034)
  7. Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Police Department (15,747)
  8. Forsyth County, Georgia, Sheriff's Office (15,635)
  9. Lexington County, South Carolina, Sheriff's Department (13,749)
  10. Akron, Ohio, Police Department (12,725)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 500 to 999 Sworn Officers


  1. Polk County, Florida, Sheriff's Office  (53,023)
  2. Shelby County, Tennessee, Sheriff's Office (26,221)
  3. Toledo, Ohio, Police Department (23,601)
  4. Omaha, Nebraska, Police Department (23,476)
  5. Fresno, California, Police Department (23,209)
  6. Prince William County Virginia, Police Department (22,709) 
  7. Wichita, Kansas, Police Department (21,184)
  8. Jefferson County, Alabama, Sheriff's Office (18,505)
  9. Arlington, Texas, Police Department (18,090)
  10. Tulsa, Oklahoma, Police Department (15,818)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 1,000+ Sworn Officers


  1. New York City, New York, Police Department (216,748)
  2. Boston, Massachusetts, Police Department (94,809)
  3. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Police Department (64,802)
  4. Houston, Texas, Police Department (49,179)
  5. Chicago, Illinois, Police Department (41,963)
  6. San Antonio, Texas, Police Department (37,581)
  7. Jacksonville, Florida, Sheriff's Office (31,985)
  8. Dallas, Texas, Police Department (31,977)
  9. Anne Arundel County, Maryland, Police Department (28,753)
  10. Fort Worth, Texas, Police Department (20,244)

* This information is current as of April 16, 2014 for agencies with fewer than 49 officers  and April 17, 2014 for agencies with 50-499 officers and April 18, 2014 for campus, state, and agencies with 500 or more officers. This list will be updated quarterly. Federal law enforcement agencies are not included. Agencies included in this analysis have demographic information available in the IACP Center for Social Media directory. To add your agency to the directory or to provide more complete information for your agency's entry in the directory, click here.

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