Congressional Active Shooter: Response to the Congressman Steve Scalise and the Simpson Field Attack
Loren began his career in law enforcement in 1999 with the Alexandria Police Department after attaining a degree in Religious Studies. Throughout his career, Loren has served as a Patrol Officer, a Field Training Officer, a Firearms Instructor and a Defensive Tactics Instructor.
Loren was a member of the Warrant Service-Fugitive Task Force for several years, partnered with the U.S. Marshal’s Service. He was an operator on both the Special Operations Team (SWAT) and the Civil Disturbance Unit during which he responded to, and assisted in the security functions of the Pentagon amid the 9-11 terrorist attacks as well as the 2002 D.C. Sniper offenses and the 2006 conspiracy trial of Zacarias Moussaoui.
In 2008, Loren was promoted to the rank of Detective and was assigned to the Burglary Unit. In 2013, he was transferred to the Violent Crimes Unit where he continues his career as a Homicide Detective, investigating murders and aggravated assaults that occur within the City of Alexandria.