Amidst race riots between blacks and Hispanics at two area jails last weekend, the majority of Los Angeles County\u2019s jail system was locked down on Monday, the Associated Press (AP)\u00a0reports. One inmate was killed and more than 100 were injured in the riots.Lt. Robert Craton, a watch commander at the North County Correctional Facility, said the intended effect of the lockdown is to reduce tension.\u00a0 It is unclear how long it will stay in effect, the AP reports."We are making every attempt to get back to normal," Craton said.On Saturday, black and Hispanic inmates at North County were segregated after brawls ensued among roughly 2,000 inmates.\u00a0 According to the AP, the inmates were still segregated this morning.A second riot occurred Sunday, involving some 200 black and Hispanic North County inmates.\u00a0 Deputy Alba Yates of the L.A. County Sheriff\u2019s Department said that 100 people were wounded.L.A. County Sheriff\u2019s Deputy Bill Spear told the AP a number of other L.A. jails in the 21,000-inmate system decided to go into lockdown as a precautionary measure. For more updated security news, keep checking in at our CSO Security Feed page.