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1. Rockford Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $29 million
Number of positions: 353

Data year: 2017
2. McHenry County County Sheriff Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $28 million
Number of positions: 397

Data year: 2017
3. Peoria Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $25 million
Number of positions: 234

Data year: 2017
4. Berwyn Police Department/Administration Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $15 million
Number of positions: 294

Data year: 2017
5. Elgin Police/Preventive Patr/Pu Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $14 million
Number of positions: 136

Data year: 2017
6. Orland Park Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $14 million
Number of positions: 217

Data year: 2017
7. Oak Park Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $13 million
Number of positions: 144

Data year: 2017
8. Bolingbrook Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $12 million
Number of positions: 117

Data year: 2017
9. Peoria County County Sheriff Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $12 million
Number of positions: 226

Data year: 2017
10. Bloomington Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $11 million
Number of positions: 131

Data year: 2017
11. Tinley Park Police Department Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $11 million
Number of positions: 160

Data year: 2017
12. Evanston Police/Patrol Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $10 million
Number of positions: 102

Data year: 2017
13. Danville Public Safety Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $10 million
Number of positions: 122

Data year: 2017
14. Palatine Police/Crime Control And Investigation Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $10 million
Number of positions: 115

Data year: 2017
15. Mount Prospect Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $9 million
Number of positions: 102

Data year: 2017
16. Kane County Sheriff Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $9 million
Number of positions: 121

Data year: 2017
17. Hoffman Estates Police Department Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $9 million
Number of positions: 148

Data year: 2017
18. Belleville Police Department Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $8 million
Number of positions: 112

Data year: 2017
19. Evergreen Park Police Department Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $7 million
Number of positions: 113

Data year: 2017
20. Tazewell County Sheriff Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $7 million
Number of positions: 130

Data year: 2017
21. Wheaton Police Department Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $7 million
Number of positions: 128

Data year: 2017
22. City of Chicago Civilian Office of Police Accountability Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $7 million
Number of positions: 126

Data year: 2017
23. Chicago Public Schools Cw Safety And Security Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $6 million
Number of positions: 212

Data year: 2017
24. Williamson County Sheriff Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $4 million
Number of positions: 105

Data year: 2017
25. Winnebago County County Sheriff Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $3 million
Number of positions: 229

Data year: 2017

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