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U.S. Law Enforcement Agencies with the Most Twitter Followers

Campus Law Enforcement Agencies

  1. Florida State University Public Safety Department (10,569)
  2. University of Wisconsin - Madison Police Department (9,339)
  3. Texas A&M University Police Department (8,344)
  4. Ohio State University Police Division (7,553)
  5. Iowa State University Police Department (6,632)

State Law Enforcement Agencies

  1. Massachusetts State Police (132,539)
  2. New Jersey State Police (52,325)
  3. Texas Department of Public Safety (34,653)
  4. Indiana State Police (30,481)
  5. Ohio State Highway Patrol (24,085)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 1 to 15 Sworn Officers

  1. Brimfield, Ohio, Police Department (3,629)
  2. Tyrone, Georgia, Police Department (3,316)
  3. Sterling, Massachusetts, Police Department (3,130)
  4. Pawleys Island, South Carolina, Police Department (3,084)
  5. Harvey Cedars, New Jersey, Police Department (3,013)
  6. Dunstable, Massachusetts, Police Department (2,455)
  7. Holland, Ohio, Police Department (2,399)
  8. Boxborough, Massachusetts, Police Department (2,383)
  9. Lakeville, Massachusetts, Police Department (2,326)
  10. Lafayette, California, Police Department (2,324)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 16 to 25 Sworn Officers

  1. Pelham, New Hampshire, Police Department (3,794)
  2. Sausalito, California, Police Department (3,602)
  3. Ledyard, Connecticut, Police Department (3,145)
  4. Newtown, Ohio, Police Department (2,816)
  5. Tyngsborough, Massachusetts, Police Department (2,718)
  6. Raynham, Massachusetts, Police Department (2,625)
  7. Dover, Massachusetts, Police Department (2,619)
  8. Epping, New Hampshire, Police Department (2,504)
  9. Chatham, Massachusetts, Police Department (2,491)
  10. Saratoga Springs, Utah, Police Department (2,379)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 26 to 49 Sworn Officers

  1. Bridgewater, Massachusetts, Police Department (10,017)
  2. Mount Juliet, Tennessee, Police Department (6,950)
  3. Dunwoody, Georgia, Police Department (6,638)
  4. Wellesley, Massachusetts, Police Department (6,406)
  5. Hanover, Massachusetts, Police Department (5,579)
  6. Franklin, Massachusetts, Police Department (4,903)
  7. Wayne County, Ohio, Sheriff's Office (4,832)
  8. Hingham, Massachusetts, Police Department (4,610)
  9. Hillsborough, California, Police Department (4,382)
  10. Danvers, Massachusetts, Police Department (4,296)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 50 to 99 Sworn Officers

  1. Billerica, Massachusetts, Police Department (11,789)
  2. Mountain View, California, Police Department (11,587)
  3. Palo Alto, California, Police Department (8,626)
  4. Arcadia, California, Police Department (8,546)
  5. Burlington, Massachusetts, Police Department (8,294)
  6. Dublin, Ohio, Division of Police (7,856)
  7. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, Sheriff's Office (7,492)
  8. Bellevue, Nebraska, Police Department (7,001)
  9. San Rafael, California, Police Department (6,630)
  10. Braintree, Massachusetts, Police Department (6,486)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 100 to 249 Sworn Officers

  1. Denton, Texas, Police Department (16,122)
  2. Boca Raton, Florida, Police Department (14,556)
  3. Franklin, Tennessee, Police Department (12,729)
  4. Frisco, Texas, Police Department (11,259)
  5. Modesto, California, Police Department (11,029)
  6. Boynton Beach, Florida, Police Department (9,052)
  7. Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, Police Department (8,955)
  8. Riley County, Kansas, Police Department (8,699)
  9. Larimer County, Colorado, Sheriff's Office (8,249)
  10. Fremont, California, Police Department (8,283)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 250 to 499 Sworn Officers

  1. Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Sheriff's Office (24,165)
  2. Howard County, Maryland, Police Department (23,694)
  3. Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Transit Police Department (22,677)
  4. Cambridge, Massachusetts, Police Department (19,469)
  5. Worcester, Massachusetts, Police Department (13,230)
  6. Miami Beach, Florida, Police Department (11,799)
  7. Boise, Idaho, Police Department (10,826)
  8. Madison, Wisconsin, Police Department (10,565)
  9. Scottsdale, Arizona, Police Department (10,379)
  10. El Paso County, Colorado, Sheriff's Office (9,198)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 500 to 999 Sworn Officers

  1. Portland, Oregon, Police Bureau (35,437)
  2. Arlington, Texas, Police Department (24,981)
  3. Sacramento, California, Police Department (18,795)
  4. Richmond, Virginia, Police Department (17,476)
  5. Omaha, Nebraska, Police Department (17,031)
  6. Anne Arundel County, Maryland, Police Department (15,595)
  7. Wichita, Kansas, Police Department (15,387)
  8. Oakland, California, Police Department (14,934)
  9. Johnson County, Kansas, Sheriff's Office (11,371)
  10. Aurora, Colorado, Police Department (11,192)

Law Enforcement Agencies - 1,000+ Sworn Officers

  1. Boston, Massachusetts, Police Department (287,157)
  2. New York City, New York, Police Department (118,867)
  3. Seattle, Washington, Police Department (80,525)
  4. Baltimore, Maryland, Police Department (58,098)
  5. Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department (52,265)
  6. Metropolitan, District of Columbia, Police Department (47,276)
  7. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Police Department (45,630)
  8. Dallas, Texas, Police Department (44,249)
  9. Denver, Colorado, Police Department (33,344)
  10. Las Vegas, Nevada, Metropolitan Police Department (32,586)































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































            































































































































































































































































 The information is current as of October 22, 2014 and is updated quarterly. Agencies included in this analysis have demographic information available in the IACP Center for Social Media directory. Federal law enforcement agencies are excluded. 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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