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Benjamin Register

Veteran and Civilian Security Operator

    About Benjamin Register

    Benjamin is intimately versed in all phases of security and protection. He has nearly a

    decade of combined experience from the United States Marine Corps, Community Corrections

    and the civilian sector of security. While as a Marine he served in 3 combat tours as an

    Infantryman overseas, gaining a wealth of knowledge and level of expertise that surpasses

    his peers in the civilian sector of security. His area of expertise include counter terrorism,

    threat and risk analysis, force protection, bomb detection and bomb threat procedures,

    surveillance, weaponry expert, weaponry disarming techniques, first aid, patrolling, fire

    evacuation protocol, investigation, report writing, communication, leading, and

    supervising to name a few.

    Work experience

    Security Officer

    King County
    • Communicating with people of various cultural diversities, ensuring employees feel safe through means of security presence to include patrolling, standing post, facilitating evacuation protocols for fires, bomb threats. Writing reports, monitoring cctvs.

    Security Specialist

    Andrews International
    • Ensuring the highest measures of security protocols are met within a controlled environment while protecting highly sensitive information. Taking preventive measures to mitigate risk and threats before they occur.

    Security Specialist

    Universal Protection Services
    • Excellent communication skills. Expertly managed investigative reports. Extremely versed in all aspects of Security. eg. Patrolling, Fire and Medical procedures.

    Infantry Squad Leader

    United States Marine Corps
    • ¬†Impeccable time management skills as well as the attention to details. Proven ability to communicate effectively in diverse environments. Lead and trained personnel in high stress combat situations resulting in zero loss.

    Correctional Officer

    Baker correctional Institution
    • ¬†Investigated security and safety violations and wrote detailed incident reports. Supervised upward of up to 200 inmates with little to no supervision. Secured perimeter internally and externally. Escorted medical and religious personnel throughout facility safely. Helped diffuse conflicts with regards to everyone's safety.


    Associates of Arts

    South Seattle College
    • Courses in Physcology, Sociology, English Compsoition

    Infantry Squad Leaders Course

    Department of the Navy
    • One of the most prestigious schools in the Marine Corps Infantry. (entry by selection only) Graduated top ten of the class. Class consisted of over 60 of the best selected leaders throughout the Marine Corps Infantry and leaders from foreign militaries. 

    Combat Life Savers Course

    Department of the navy
    • Course description covered- medical fundamentals, managing hemorrhages, casualty airway, penetrating chest injuries, hemorrhagic shock, burn casualties, performing splinting techniques, administering battlefield medications, performing casualty movement, performing combat lifesaver triage, performing combat lifesaver care.

    Correctional Officer Certification

    Florida Gateway College
    • Developing problem solving and critical thinking skills. Courses entailed sociology, cultural diversity, and interpersonal relations, including criminal justice,legal issues, defensive tactics, emergency preparation and report writing.


    •Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal, Combat Action Ribbon (Afghanistan), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal (Classified), Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, Afghanistan Campaign Medal (w/1 Bronze service star), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Navy Unit Commendation, Nato Medal - ISAF Afghanistan, Rifle Qualification Badge (Expert).