By Trisha La Place

The Observer

With house breaking on the rise, Omari Browne, owner of the newly established lock smith company, Lock Head, said residential owners need to better secure their homes.

“ Smithy’s Got The Key,” is his slogan as he tries to separate himself from other competitors.

Browne started Lock Hed on Sept. 20.

“ My dad and I came up with Liamuiga Security which I am now the managing director, I then decided to branch off not from the business entirely but rather take a step forward and creat my very own lock smith security business,” Browne said.

Browne said he studied in Kentucky, USA.

He studied electronic access control-key pads and card readers, professional lock-smithing, comprehensive security specialty and managing terrorism.

Lock Hed emphasises on higher security locks, hardware specification and opening locks whether residential or on vehicles.

“My aim is to give the people what they want not what I have to offer, sometimes to be successful in a business you have to go the extra mile and render your services without thinking about financial aid all the time,” Browne said. “Yes it’s a service but I’m more aiming on helping people secure their homes and making the federation a much more safe environment for people to live freely.”

Browne is a member of alumni member of security institutes such as (ASIS) American Society for Industrial Security International and (ALOA) Association of locksmiths of America.