What Would You Take? – Library Theft Detection System
If you are working in a library then you probably already know that the most commonly stolen items (and the ones that will benefit most from a library theft detection system) are magazines. I had a friend explain to me that magazines are most current and have pictures and other pieces of information that people want to keep for them selves.
It actually makes a lot of sense to me. In my years of retail security, I frequently found magazines as one of my top stolen items. I would have employees reading them in the break room and then take them home, I had customers flip through the pages for a recipe and then tear that page out. Thousands of dollars in losses each year came directly from our magazine rack.
Using Checkpoint systems as the library theft detection system of choice greatly reduces the number of theft incidents each year- regardless of employee theft (intentionally or otherwise) and customer theft. When you affix a library theft prevention label to the magazine you are sending a signal that the magazine is being monitored. Secondly, if someone ignores or doesn’t see the label, the alarms will sound, just like in a store, that the magazine has not been properly checked out.
Visit the Loss Prevention Store to purchase Library Theft Detection System devices and your Electronic Article Surveillance or EAS system from Checkpoint Systems to stop inventory losses.
For more information on a Library Theft Detection System, Library Theft Prevention, or a Checkpoint System and how they can work with your Electronic Article Surveillance or EAS system contact us at Retail theft prevention to stop inventory losses in your library or call 1.770.426.0547