We also have Checkpoint as our security system and we use
security stickers that look like a barcode and work very well.
We never have had anyone tear it off. Maybe you could
place them on the inside of the back cover so they
will not be so obvious.
Rose M. LaJudice
Barbara Eastland <eastland@MAX.MUHLBERG.EDU> wrote:
> I'm in need of some helpful suggestions regarding the Checkpoint
>security system. This is the situation: we have never targeted loose
>periodical issues (just bound ones). We now would like to target
>selected titles but the size of even Checkpoint's smallest targets makes
>them stand out like sore thumbs, thus obviating the purpose of the target
>and almost inviting the "little darlin's" to tear them off.
> These are the questions: has anyone out there come up with a way
>to utilize the checkpoint targets in a systematic way on loose
>periodicals so that they are not so obvious? Has anyone come up with a
>clever way to do the difficult? Where do you place the target? Do you
>encounter mutilated periodicals as a result of the little darlin's
>tearing off the target? Which kind of target works best? ...