LSPDFR Controls, Keybindings and How to Change Them

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LSPDFR stands for Los Santos Police Department First Response, and is a mod for GTA V which allows you to play as a police officer. With it, you can customize your office, take part in chases, arrest suspects and so much more.

With all this comes a lot of Key Bindings. In this post, we’re going to show you the vanilla bindings (LSPDFR mod only). For any other mods you install, you can use the same method below to check the controls and bindings.

List of Controls for Vanilla LSPDFR

Here are a list of controls currently used in LSPDFR. These are PC Bindings, and are subject to change when updates are released:

  1. F4 – Open Console
  2. B – Backup
  3. B – Crime Report
  4. N – Police Car/Pursuit Menu
  5. N – Interaction Menu
  6. E – Stop Suspect/Hands Up (Hold E whilst pointing a gun at someone)
  7. E – Cuff (Hold E whilst standing on-top of them)
  8. Q – Frisk Suspect
  9. E – Make Suspect Sit (Press E whilst cuffed)
  10. Y – Answer/Accept Callout
  11. LEFT SHIFT – Start Traffic Stop
  12. Toggle Siren – J
  13. Q – Police Computer

How to Change and Check Keybindings in LSPDFR

There are two ways to change the Keybindings in LSPDFR. First, with the mod running, open the start menu by pressing ESC. From there, choose the ‘LSPDFR’ option at the top of the screen, then select Keybindings on the left hand side.

Here, you can see all current bindings for LSPDFR as well as other mods running alongside it. Choose ‘LSPDFR Main Keys’, and you can then see the list on the right. You can also select one of the options and enter a new key to something that suits you.

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Viewing LSPDFR Bindings

Otherwise, you can edit the Keys.ini file manually, but I wouldn’t suggest this unless you know what you’re doing. This can be found in the GTA V directory, specifically inside the LSPDFR folder.

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Phillip Anderson
Phillip Anderson
Hey, I'm Phillip Anderson! After studying Video Game Design at University, I began writing articles at PwrDown in my free time. I currently play my games on PC, but also own a PS4 & Nintendo Switch. I'm also a VR enthusiast, owning an Oculus Rift S where you might find me playing Beat Saber or Skyrim VR!