Dublin's officers in blue are responsible for security around the greens -- and other locations at Muirfield Village Golf Club -- during the Memorial Tournament. Dublin police officers have been planning for the June 1-7 tournament since last year's event ended.

Dublin's officers in blue are responsible for security around the greens -- and other locations at Muirfield Village Golf Club -- during the Memorial Tournament. Dublin police officers have been planning for the June 1-7 tournament since last year's event ended.

"This event is a very low-key event in terms of problems. We don't have many problems, historically, at the Muirfield tournament," said Lt. Heinz von Eckartsberg. "We have to tweak the plan a little bit every year, but because we do it every year, many of things we do again. Every year we come up with an action plan. Everyone keeps in contact. Partnering with other departments works very well."

Dublin police are in charge of security and traffic at Muirfield Village Golf Club. The department also receives assistance from the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the Franklin and Delaware County sheriff's offices and the Powell Police Department, von Eckartsberg said.

Dublin police officers work 12-hour shifts and special duty, but residents don't pay for the extra hours.

"We do have an agreement with the tournament," von Eckartsberg said. "We do get reimbursed for hours."