Two new Hebron Police officers took their oath of office last month. Adam Dilly, left, was a reserve officer with the Village of Crooksville in Perry County before being appointed a part-time officer with Hebron. Jacob Habrat, right, was a part-time officer with the City of Medina before relocating to central Ohio so his wife can do graduate work at OSU. He will be a reserve officer for Hebron. Both officers must complete at least 160 hours with a field training officer and complete all written and practical testing before being released to solo patrol. Courtesy photo.