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|Police community support officers per 100,000 population( 1) (FTE)( 2 ) by police force as at 31 March 2007( 3)|
|(1) This table contains full-time equivalent figures that have been rounded to the nearest whole number. Because of rounding, there may be an apparent discrepancy between totals and the sums of the constituent items.|
(2 )Full-time equivalent excludes those on career breaks or maternity/paternity leave.
(3) Police community support officers were introduced in statute in 2002, therefore data is not available prior to 2002-03.
(4 )Officers per 100,000 population for City of London and Metropolitan police are combined.
|Police staff per 100.000 population( 1) (FTE)( 2) by police force as at 31 March 1997, 2002 and 2007( 3, 4)|
|As at 31 March each year|
|(1) Civilian staff have been referred to as police staff since March 2003. Figures exclude traffic wardens, police community support officers and designated officers (s.38)|
(2) Total strength is based on full-time equivalent figures that have been rounded to the nearest whole number, because of rounding there may be an apparent discrepancy between these totals and the totals in other tables. Figures exclude those staff on career breaks or maternity/paternity unless otherwise stated.
(3 )Boundary changes on 1 April 1996 transferred resources for the policing of the Rhmney Valley from South Wales police to Gwent police.
(4 )Boundary changes on 1 April 2000 transferred some resources from the Metropolitan police to Essex, Hertfordshire and Surrey police forces.
(5 )Officers per 100,000 population for City of London and Metropolitan police are combined.
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