[Videolib] DVD Security Cases

Fred Sandner (fsandner@rcls.org)
Thu, 2 Sep 2004 14:28:43 -0400

I would agree with Jerry. We use Kwik Kases extensively and they've been good for us. We also have a good magnetic-type security system with the exit gate right next to check out where there is always staff. - Fred Sandner

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Gerald A. Notaro" <notaro@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu>
Reply-To: notaro@stpt.usf.edu, videolib@library.berkeley.edu
Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2004 12:37:50 -0400 (EDT)

>Demco. And to reply to another post, if the Kwik Kases do not set off your
>gate alarm, then they gate needs to be adjusted. It is a very simple thing
>to do. We can't set up systems to respond to hammer wielding patrons, but
>for the norm. Do your police really expect a plastic cases not to crack
>under such pressure? I think putting all of our DVD's and CD's in
>circulation would cause undo staff time and stress. And no loss prevention
>system is fool proof. They are all a compromise.
>Jerry Notaro, Media Librarian
>USF St. Petersburg
>Sheryl Pustay said:
>> Kwik Kases sound like a solution. Where can these be purchased and is
>> additional equipment necessary to use these? Thanks,
>> Sheryl Pustay
>> Denison University Library
>> Granville, OH
>> Jerry Notaro wrote:
>>> I can't say enough about Kwik Kases. Worth their price three times
>>> over.
>>> Jerry Notaro Media Librarian
>>> USF St. Petersburg
>>> Hi,
>>> Does anyone use Clear-vu security cases for DVDs? They are the
>>> kind of lockboxes that Blockbuster uses. We shelve our dvds in
>>> the box, on the open shelf and are looking for a simple lockbox.
>>> Any suggestions welcome. Thanks.
>>> Barbara Silberstein
>>> Media Librarian
>>> Princeton Public Library
>>> 65 Witherspoon St
>>> Princeton, NJ 08542
>>> 609.924.9529x227
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