Over the years, the GTA V community has created several great mods to keep their players engaged and relevant. One of these mods is the LSPDFR mod which lets you play as a policeman in the fictional city of Los Santos. Although the vanilla mod is easy to install, many new players have trouble understanding the commands as they overlap with the default hotkeys. You can search any suspect by pressing Q and stop by pressing E, but it can get tricky and confusing the further you explore.
LSPDFR Module Controls and Bindings
Here is a list of all the basic and essential controls required for all sincere cops in the city of Santos.
|B||You can call fellow police officers for reinforcements|
|B||Report a crime|
|J||Activate the police siren on your patrol car|
|Q||Frisk any suspect (stand near the suspect)|
|Q||Open the special police computer|
|N||Opens the interaction menu|
|N||Police Car Location and Pursuit Menu|
|E||Suspicious handcuffs (while standing above them)|
|E||Hands up (while pointing your gun at the suspect)|
|E||Seat your suspect (after handcuffing your suspect)|
|ET||Answer all guard calls|
|Left shift||Start/stop traffic|
|Directional keys||Cycle through any Interaction menu|
|Enter||Select an option from any menu|
|F9||Open the Court menu|
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Changing keyboard shortcuts in LSPDFR
If you don't like the default hotkeys, you can always change the respective hotkeys from the LSPDFR mappings. To do this, follow the steps given below.
- Open both the game and the LSPDFR mod.
- After launch, press ESC to open the start menu and find LSPDFR options in the menu.
- Click on the LSPDF options to open the mappings for the mod.
- Now change the key mappings according to your taste.
Remember that LSPDFR is one of the most commonly used and updated mods in the GTA V community. Check the mod's official website for any modifications to the settings and bindings prescribed above.
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