Los Angeles locksmith says he’ll pay more for security on his property
LOS ANGELES — — Los Angeles police have been instructed to increase their presence on locksmiths’ property in the area, after some lockdowns and lockdowns were announced last week.
The LAPD said Thursday the department is now requiring locksmith services on locks to be conducted at least four hours a day, and that the department would begin requiring locks to have a security guard at all times.LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said Thursday in a news conference that the LAPD has seen an increase in lockdowns due to “unforeseen circumstances.”
“In addition to the increased patrolling, we’re also looking to implement some of the new training,” Beck said.
“We’re going to be doing some of that training on our own in our own lockdowns.”
He said that during the first seven days of the lockdown, the LAPD received 3,824 reports of people being locked inside their homes.
The city has had a lockdown since July 1, after a suspected gunman opened fire at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, killing 12 people and injuring 70.
The LAPD has been warning residents to lock their doors, and to lock up any valuables.
The department also has been enforcing new rules banning the use of electronic devices and the use, or sale of certain materials, in certain areas.