Breaking down the numbers

October 30, 2011 

The breakdown of full-time and sworn law enforcement officers in Manatee by agency, and city populations:

Manatee County, pop. 322,833

Male: 156,115 (48.4%) Female: 166,718 (51.6%)

White: 264,322 (81.9%) Black: 28,230 (8.7%) Hispanic: 47,955 (14.9%) Asian: 5,275 (1.6%)

American Indian, Alaska Native: 1,044 (.3%)

n Manatee County Sheriff’s Office: Total 473

Males: 412 (87.10%) Females: 61 (12.89%)

White: 406 (85.83%) Black: 29 (6.13%)

Hispanic: 32 (6.76%) Other: 6 (1.26%)

City of Bradenton, pop. 49,546

Males: 23,101 (46.6%) Females: 26,445 (53.4%)

White: 36,297 (73.3%) Black: 7,888 (15.9%);

Hispanic: 8,424 (17%) Asian: 539 (1.1%);

American Indian, Alaska Native: 161, .3%;

n Bradenton Police Department: Total 118

Males: 106 (89.83%) Females: 12 (10.17%)

White: 105 (88.98%) Black: 3 (2.54%)

Hispanic: 10 (8.47%)

City of Bradenton Beach, pop. 1,171

Male: 581 (49.6%) Female: 590 (50.4%)

White: 1,122 (95.8%) Black: 17 (1.5%)

Hispanic: 32 (2.7%) Asian: 10 (.9%)

American Indian and Alaska Indian: 6 (.5%)

n Bradenton Beach Police Department: Total 10

Male: 10 (100%)

White: 9 (90%) Hispanic: 1 (10%)

City of Palmetto, pop. 12,606

Male: 6,330 (50.2%) Female: 6,276 (49.8%)

White: 9,091 (72.1%) Black: 1,345 (10.5 %)

Hispanic: 3,571 (28.3%) Asian: 76 (.6%)

American Indian and Alaskan Native: 50 (.4%)

n Palmetto Police Department: Total: 33

Male: 30 (90.9%) Female: 3 (9.09%)

White: 30 (90.9%) Hispanic: 3 (9.09%)

City of Holmes Beach, pop. 3,836

Male: 1,847, 48.1% Female: 1,989 (51.9%)

White: 3,743, 97.6% Black: 5 (.1%)

Hispanic: 104, 2.7% Asian: 28 (.7%)

American Indian, Alaskan Native: 17 (.4%)

n Holmes Beach Police Department: Total: 14

Male: 14 (100%) White: 14 (100%)

Sources: U.S. 2010 Census report, Bradenton Police Department, Manatee County Sheriff’s Office, Bradenton Beach Police Department, City of Palmetto Police Department, Holmes Beach Police Department

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