All but two of Salt Lake County's city police forces grew between 2006 and 2011, while one city joined the Unified Police Department.
Figures in the FBI's Uniform Crime report show that Draper, South Jordan and Taylorsville saw the largest growth, in terms of percentage, over that time period. Draper's force grew by 16.1 percent or five officers while South Jordan's ranks increased 13.6 percent and Taylorsville went up 10.9 percent, each adding six officers.
The only two Salt Lake County departments that saw a reduction in force were Sandy, where the ranks went from 114 in 2006 to 107 in 2011, for a 6.1 percent drop. South Salt Lake went from 62 to 59 officers, for a 4.8 percent drop in police officers.