Security doors are being rolled out across Australia in a bid to help deter thieves from breaking into hotel rooms and other guest rooms.
The doors are also being rolled-out in Dublin and New York.
The locks can be used for a wide range of purposes including: hotel room security, car rental, guest room security.
The National Lockdown: The locks are being fitted to all major Australian hotel rooms.
They are being installed by the Australian Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research, which is run by the National Crime Prevention Bureau.
They have been installed in three major hotels, including the Hotel of Sydney, and the Hotel Indigo in Canberra.
The lock will be able to operate in daylight and are only visible at night.
The Government has committed to spending $10 million over the next four years to upgrade Australia’s hotel security system.
The door locks will be fitted to hotel rooms in major cities like Sydney and Melbourne, and also at hotels in Canberra and Brisbane.
This will be done to improve the security of hotel guests, but also to increase the effectiveness of the locks.
“This lock is designed to work as an ‘unlockable’ device, which means that it cannot be tampered with,” the ABC said.
The hotel has a suite lock and there is a suite door lock in the front room. “
The locks can only be unlocked with the use of a key or a passcode.
The hotel has a suite lock and there is a suite door lock in the front room.
If the lock is lost or stolen, it will be impossible to recover it.”
The locks will also be installed at all major Sydney and Brisbane hotels, as well as all major airports.
In Melbourne, the locks will feature a “non-removable” device, similar to the one used in the UK.
“In addition to hotel guests’ privacy, these locks will help to deter potential burglars,” the Australian Transport Safety Bureau said.
The Australian Bureau says the locks have been tested by the locksmiths of Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens, and are safe and sound.
However, it is not yet known whether they will work at airports.
“As with all locks, they have been proven to be non-removable and therefore cannot be replaced by anyone,” the bureau said.
In New York, the New York State Police have launched a “Unlockable Lockdown” campaign to prevent hotel security breaches.
The New York Police Department will install up to 30,000 locks at a total cost of $2.5 million over four years.
It is expected the locks, which can be installed in a variety of locations, will be used by police officers at airports and by emergency services.
The department says they will be installed around New York City’s JFK International Airport.
The campaign is being overseen by the Police Department, and is expected to cost between $500,000 and $1 million.
“We will not stop at a few locks,” the New Jersey State Police said in a statement.
“There will be other locks that will be put into use in other areas, including hotels, offices, hotels and retail locations.”
In Sydney, the NSW Police said the new locks will “increase the safety of hotel guest rooms”.
A spokesman said the locks were being installed “in accordance with the latest best practice” and “will allow for more effective use of the hotel room.”
“Our security services are trained to identify and use non-reversible devices, such as locks and key fobs, to protect hotel guests,” he said.
Police have also introduced a “Hotel Security System” that allows guests to access their rooms by entering their passwords using a swipe card.
It can also be used to monitor the hotel, and “provide information to guests and staff as needed,” the NSW police said.
ABC/Reuters The lock is being fitted with an infrared camera, which will monitor the room and “if there are any changes or signs of an attempt to enter, alert us immediately.”
The camera will also allow police to “monitor any activity on the premises”, such as people using phones or computers in rooms.
A report into the National Lockdowns found that between 2006 and 2010, there were 10,000 hotel room breaches.
But the number of people locked in rooms by thieves fell to just 1,000 in 2012, compared to 4,000 during that same time period.
The number of incidents recorded in the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation’s (ASIO) National LockDown Database in 2012 was just 12 incidents.
The Sydney Lockdown was the largest single incident of its kind recorded in Australia.
There were 1,934 incidents in the year to December 31, 2012.
The most recent incident occurred on January 28.
Sydney police said the incidents recorded so far in the past two years “have been well under control”.
“There have been very few incidents in recent years that have led