Table 79: Full-time law enforcement employees, by state by university and college, 2009.The FBI collects these data through the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR (Under Color Removal) A method for reducing the amount of printing ink used. It substitutes black for gray color (equal amounts of cyan, magenta and yellow). Thus black ink is used instead of the three CMY inks. See GCR and dot gain. ) Program. General comment
This table provides the total number of law enforcement employees, total officers, and total civilians employed by universities and colleges listed alphabetically by state.
* The information in this table is derived from law enforcement employee counts (as of October 31, 2009) submitted by participating agencies.
* The UCR Program defines law enforcement officers as individuals who ordinarily or·di·nar·i·ly
1. As a general rule; usually: ordinarily home by six.
2. In the commonplace or usual manner: ordinarily dressed pedestrians on the street. carry a firearm and a badge, have full arrest powers, and are paid from governmental funds set aside specifically to pay sworn law enforcement.
* Civilian employees include full-time agency personnel such as clerks, radio dispatchers, meter attendants, stenographers, jailers, correctional officers, and mechanics.
The student enrollment figures provided by the United States Department of Education The United States Department of Education (also referred to as ED, for Education Department) is a Cabinet-level department of the United States government. Created by the Department of Education Organization Act (Public Law 96-88), it began operating in 1980. are for the 2008 school year, the most recent year for which the data are available. The figures include full-time and part-time students.