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Orange                                                        Fullerton
302 W. Katella Ave                                   127 N. Raymond Ave.
Orange, Ca. 92867                                     Fullerton, Ca. 92931
Store Hours 8:30am to 5:00pm  Mon. - Fri.  Closed Sat. & Sun.
714 633-1499
October 7, 2015

Our Contractors License Information 


Our Website


A Quick Look At What We Do.


Sales,Service, Installation or Repair of:
Keys Duplicated
Locks Re-keyed
Code Cut keys
Pick Open Locks
Key Control
Door Hardware
Safe Service
Safe Deposit Box
Masterkey Systems
Desk Locks
File Cabinet
Door Closer
Panic Hardware
Electronic Access
Security Cameras
Alarm Systems
Alarm System Takeovers
Alarm Monitoring
Custom Fabrications
Locksmith Training
And Much More...
We are Dealers for:
Von Duprin
Sargent Lock
LCN Door Closer
Adams Rite
Alarm Lock
Corbin Russwin
US Lock
Keri Systems
Galaxy Control System
Dedicated Micros
  And Many More...
Our Licenses & Permits

C10 - Electrical Contractor
D28 - Door and Gate, Activating Devices
C28 - Lock & Security Contractor
D16 - Hardware & Safes
C61 - Limited Specialty
C7 - Low Voltage
Contractor License - 478006
Locksmith Permit - LCO646
Alarm Company Operators - License 4166
Safety Trained - Ladders, Lifts and Booms

  Industries we serve
Multi-location Companies
Medical Manufacturers
Hospitals / Care Facilities




School Districts


Police / Fire Service




Office Buildings


Multi-Tenant Buildings


Commercial Properties


Property Management



More ridiculous laws still in effect today.  

No vehicle without a driver may exceed 60 miles per hour. (Really...the State of California came up with that one all by themselves..."Real Men Of Genius")

Animals are banned from mating publicly within 1,500 feet of a tavern, school, or place of worship. (If they get a room, its ok, I think the local motels has some specials just for that)
It is a misdemeanor to shoot at any kind of game from a moving vehicle, unless the target is a whale. (Awh yes, the seldom seen and very rare land whale, they only come on land at night looking for a mate...mostly around motels.)

Hermosa Beach
Public restrooms must be supplied with toilet paper.
(Most can't find a phone book anymore and corn cobs are out of the question! so... good call Hermosa Beach)

It is illegal to shoot "silly string" at parade participants (But its ok for them to walk behind the well fed marching horses)

Long Beach
It is illegal to curse on a mini-golf course. (unless your on that 9th hole where if you get a hole in one you receive a free pass and you miss the shot...then it's OK)

Los Angeles
Toads may not be licked.
(Well there goes my kids afternoon snacks)

Zoot suits are prohibited
(Oh what am I going to do?)

It is illegal for a man to beat his wife with a strap wider than 2 inches without her consent. (Honey, you know how you say 2 inches isn't going to hurt anybody, well with your permission...Oh, that's not what your talking about.)

All persons wishing to keep a rhinoceros as a pet must obtain a $100 license first.  (Does Petco sell rhinoceros pooper scoopers...cause you're going want one of those!)

San Francisco
It is illegal to wipe one's car with used underwear.
(Especially if you're still wearing them)
Persons classified as "ugly" may not walk down any street. (They had to get a special permit to film the TV show "Back to the streets of San Francisco" staring Karl Malden)

Males may not dress as a female unless a special permit is obtained from the sheriff. (Where can I buy high heels in a size 13 1/2 ? oh and I'm going to need a summer dress....
does "Big and Tall" sell summer dresses?)
New Career
Are you or someone you know thinking about a new career?


Comlock Security Group, Inc. has been teaching locksmithing courses for over 23 years.

We are a private vocational school approved to operate in California specializing in training students for careers in the rapidly growing field of security. Our programs are designed to teach the student the technical skills necessary for an entry-level position with prospective employers. Our courses are a mix of lecture and hands-on training conducted at our fully equipped facility in the city of Orange, in Southern California. 

As never before, Americans are concerned with security.  Help the public upgrade the security of their homes and business by becoming a locksmith today.  The School of Security Technology is a locksmith school that has been training men and women in Southern California for careers in locksmithing since 1991.   

Our locksmithing program courses are designed to allow students to gain a clear and basic understanding of the locksmith industry and the specific functions of a general locksmith.  We provide hands-on experience that will assist an individual who is seeking job opportunities in the locksmith industry.

Our curriculum is updated periodically, our instructors have a minimum of fifteen years experience in the locksmith industry, and you could be our next graduate!
For additional information or to tour our school facility call 714 633-1366 or visit our website.
Next Class Start Date.

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Providing Security Solutions to Southern California Since 1961
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Locksmithing - Electronic Access Control - Security Cameras, Alarm Systems, Alarm Monitoring, Safes.

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  When - October 27 2015  8:00am to 12:00pm
Where - 302 W. Katella Ave, Orange Ca. 92867
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10 Things a burglar doesn't want you to know. by Nina Malkin
1. It's a Jungle Out There
You're justly proud of your rhododendrons and other thick shrubs that lend curb appeal. Unfortunately, lush hedges can provide cover for a burglar jimmying his way in. Nearby trees, too, can be used by a second-story man if the branches are by your windows. Keep vegetation trimmed low, and consider installing thorny plants close to the house to thwart thieves.
2. Mirror, Mirror in the Hall
A mirror in the entryway lets you assess your look before heading out the door. But check its position from your front windows. Can you see the reflection of your alarm system? If so, would-be intruders can too-and they'll know at a glance if you neglected to arm it when you dashed out on an errand.
3. Bowling for Dollars
Here's another entryway no-no: that bowl or basket where everyone tosses keys, wallets, phones, and the like. Sure, you'll know where they are-but so will a burglar. The best place for car keys is beside your bed. If you wake up to noises that sound like someone breaking in, hit the alarm on the fob to scare the scoundrel away.
4. Now, This Is Key!
No one likes to get locked out, but a spare key stashed under a rock or above the door frame is bound to be discovered. Even the dumbest bad guy learns where homeowners store that extra set, so exchange yours with a neighbor you trust in case of emergency.
5. A Pane in the Butt
The sound of breaking glass doesn't provide much of a deterrent to burglars, but if your window security is lax, they can come and go without ever making a sound. Criminals often find a way into your home prior to breaking in-as part of a cleaning or repair crew, say, simply unlock a back window for easy access later. So, routinely check windows to make sure they're latched. Easy-to-access basement windows can be barred with a metal grate. Remember, too, that curtains or shades keep big-ticket items hidden; if a crook can't see your goodies, he's likely to try a house that has them on display.
6. Back to Business
You might keep the deadbolt locked on the front door at all times, but what about the back door off the patio? Or maybe you leave the garage door wide open during the afternoons? Be as conscientious about your less-used entrances as you are with your main one.
7. Victoria's Not-So-Secret
You think hiding valuables among your unmentionables is a good idea-and so do thieves. Ditto for your nightstand and underneath the mattress. Smarter stashing places for jewelry, cash, and other small precious items include the attic, basement, kids' rooms, kitchen pantry, or even the broom closet.
8. Think Outside the Box
To keep on enjoying that brand-new flat-screen TV, computer, or gaming system, discard the packaging properly. Cut it up into small sections, and stack the pieces to obscure what came inside from passersby. Better yet, keep cut-up cartons in a covered bin or inside the house until the morning of recycling pickup.
9. Friends, Followers, and Fiends
When you're out of town, you have a neighbor pick up your mail or have it stopped and also stop newspaper delivery so thieves won't see them piling up-but then you blab your far-off whereabouts all over social media!  All a burglar has to do is look up your address, then leisurely help himself, knowing you won't be back from Cancun until Sunday.  And when it comes to geo-tracking apps like Foursquare and Glympse, share your comings and goings only with people you trust.
10.  On Guard in the Garden
An enterprising crook will stack patio furniture, then scale it to get into an upstairs window. If you leave your ladder lying around, you make it even easier for him. Garden tools belong in a locked container, lest the local baddie uses them to break in. To be extra careful (and crafty!), coat metal drainpipes with petroleum jelly or clear automotive grease to make them shimmy-resistant.

How are these related?





DO NOT DUPLICATE or DND stamped on your key is equivalent to a keep off the grass sign. Both announce the owners' desire...but neither is enforceable!

There are no laws that prevent DND key duplication...NONE!

You do have other options!
Call 714 633-1499 Today!

Call us for:

  • Locksmithing
  • Security Cameras
  • Alarm Systems
  • Electronic Access Control Systems
  • Safes
  • Alarm Monitoring
  • Key Control Systems
  • Sales
  • Installations
  • Service
  • 24/7/365

714 633-1499

Comlock Employee Profile
Rex Wallace
Meet - Rex Wallace

Years with company - 23

Position at Comlock - Service Manager

Duties - Manages Locksmiths activities, training, growth, reviews.  Works with customers on masterkey system development, reviews invoices, holds monthly service meeting, maintains truck maintenance service schedules, reports to Operations Manager.

Lives in - Chino Hills

Family - Wife Gaby and three children Austin, and twin girls Gabrielle & Danielle 

What he likes most about working at Comlock - The people that he works with and the variety of things that the job offers. Working in the field and never being bored.

We have a Winner!   
Congratulation to last
month's contest  winner
Ronald Ferguson
Answer: GhostRider Roller Coaster, Knott's Berry Farm, Buena Park, Calif.

October Contest

Each month we feature a picture of a popular destination or landmark from around
the Southern California area.

Guess correctly as to the location of this picture

and you'll be entered into a drawing to

Win $25.00 Gift Certificate.

One winner will be drawn each month!

Comlock Security Group employees, their family members

and business associates not eligible to participate in contest.

This Month's Location


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Winner will be contacted at the end of each month.


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Cities We Service
Orange County
Aliso Viejo
Foothill Ranch
Los Alamitos
Fountain Valley
Midway City
Anaheim Hills
Mission Viejo
Garden Grove
Newport Beach
Sunset Beach
Huntington Beach
Newport Coast
Trabuco Canyon
Buena Park
Capistrano Beach
La Habra
Villa Park
Corona Del Mar
Lake Forest
Rancho Santa Margarita
Costa Mesa,
Ladera Ranch
Santa Ana
Yorba Linda
Laguna Beach
San Clemente

Dana Point
Laguna Hills
San Juan Capistrano

El Toro
Laguna Niguel
Seal Beach

 Los Angeles County
Culver City
Rowland Heights
Diamond Bar
Long Beach
San Dimas
Los Angeles
San Gabriel
San Marino
Baldwin Park
El Monte
Santa Fe Springs
Monterey Park
South Gate
Bell Gardens
Hacienda Heights
South Pasadena
Hawaiian Gardens
Temple City
Huntington Park
City of Industry
La Mirada
Pico Rivera
West Covina
La Puente
La Vern



Riverside County


San Bernardino County
Loma Linda
Bryn Mawr
Grand Terrace
San Bernardino
Chino Hills
Rancho Cucamonga

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Orange      302 W. Katella Ave
    Map          Orange, Ca. 92867
                            714 288-7170
Fullerton  127 N. Raymond Ave
     Map           Fullerton, Ca. 92831
                           714 738-3529
  8:30am - 5:00pm
Closed Sat & Sun
Formerly Known as 
Bill's Lock & Safe
Commercial Lock & Security 
Comlock Security Group, Inc. |
    302 W. Katella Ave.
Orange, CA 92867-4705