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Episode #034 - Please welcome Uniformed Division TREK Patrol Officer, Louis Lara. After joining the Secret Service, he decided to broaden his law enforcement experiences by joining the TREK Program within the Uniformed Division's White House Branch. Since 2016, Ofc. Lara became a Nationally certified TREK trained officer, and helped restore and provide maintenance on all the branches’ fleet of TREK bicycles as 1 of 3 officers under the title of TREK mechanic within the Secret Service. Ofc. Lara's certifications include: TREK Officer, TREK Mechanic, NHTSA Instructor, and Crisis Intervention Team. Before joining the Secret Service in November 2016, he completed multiple medical field internships and worked as a Therapeutic Support Staff member for Access Services where he worked with children, young adults, and adults with various levels of autism as well as other patients/clients with learning disabilities. Hosted, Produced, and Edited by: Cody Starken Associate Producer and assistant editor: Starr Vazquez This episode is sponsored by the United States Secret Service. www.secretservice.gov Music is “Nova Police” by Hermelin, found here: www.hermelin.bandcamp.com/track/nova-police The music used in the podcast was altered from the original soundtrack by cutting specific sections of the music to create the intro and outro of the podcast. This work Attribution-Noncommercial-sharealike 3.0 United States (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 US), which license definition is located here: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 Want to join the Secret Service? Click here to start your journey www.usajobs.gov/Search/?k=USSS Please visit us at: Twitter@secretservice, Instagram@secretservice, Facebook @UnitedStatesSecretServiceOfficial, YouTube@US Secret Service, and LinkedIn @U.S. Secret Service