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 The CERL Security Working group exists to help member libraries enhance the security of their culturally important heritage collections. ​ The CERL Security Working group exists to help member libraries enhance the security of their culturally important heritage collections. ​
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 Hosts of each summer school address the issues above, but will tailor the programme to the situation in their own region, and will select the most suitable speakers to address the topics on the programme. The hope is that the summer schools will create a network of security officers and curators who work together on best practices, who alert each other to potential thieves or stolen books on the market, and who generally support each other in security matters. Hosts of each summer school address the issues above, but will tailor the programme to the situation in their own region, and will select the most suitable speakers to address the topics on the programme. The hope is that the summer schools will create a network of security officers and curators who work together on best practices, who alert each other to potential thieves or stolen books on the market, and who generally support each other in security matters.
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   * 2017 [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/​security/​2017thehaguesummerschool|The Hague, the Koninklijke Bibliotheek,​ the National Library of the Netherlands]]\\   * 2017 [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/​security/​2017thehaguesummerschool|The Hague, the Koninklijke Bibliotheek,​ the National Library of the Netherlands]]\\
   * 2018 [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/​security/​2018romesummerschool|Rome,​ Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale]]   * 2018 [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/​security/​2018romesummerschool|Rome,​ Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale]]
   * 2019 Tartu, University of Tartu Library   * 2019 Tartu, University of Tartu Library
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 ===== Remit ====== ===== Remit ======
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 Membership of the Working Group is restricted to CERL members, on nomination by the member library, but the Security Working Group conferences and workshops are normally open to all. Membership of the Working Group is restricted to CERL members, on nomination by the member library, but the Security Working Group conferences and workshops are normally open to all.
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 ===== Members of the Working Group ===== ===== Members of the Working Group =====
  
 Chairman: [[jacqueline.lambert@kbr.be|Jacqueline Lambert]], Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België – Bibliothèque royale de Belgique, Brussels\\ Chairman: [[jacqueline.lambert@kbr.be|Jacqueline Lambert]], Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België – Bibliothèque royale de Belgique, Brussels\\
-[[boka.laszlo@oszk.hu|László Boka]] ​National Széchényi Library of Hungary\\+[[naltarriba@bnc.cat|Núria Altarriba]] , Biblioteca de Catalunya, Spain\\ 
 +[[boka.laszlo@oszk.hu|László Boka]]National Széchényi Library of Hungary, Budapest\\
 [[denis.bruckmann@bnf.fr|Denis Bruckmann]],​ Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris\\ [[denis.bruckmann@bnf.fr|Denis Bruckmann]],​ Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris\\
-[[bcallan@nli.ie|Breda Callan]], National Library of Ireland, Dublin\\ 
 [[per.cullhed@ub.uu.se|Per Cullhed]], Uppsala University Library, Uppsala\\ [[per.cullhed@ub.uu.se|Per Cullhed]], Uppsala University Library, Uppsala\\
 [[adrian.edwards@bl.uk|Adrian Edwards]], British Library, London\\ [[adrian.edwards@bl.uk|Adrian Edwards]], British Library, London\\
-[[claudia.fabian@bsb-muenchen.de|Claudia Fabian]], Bayerische Staatsbibliothek,​ München\\ +[[claudia.fabian@bsb-muenchen.de|Claudia Fabian]] and [[ikas@bsb-muenchen.de|Wolfgang-Valentin Ikas ]], Bayerische Staatsbibliothek,​ München\\ 
-[[cf@kb.dk|Claus Friis]], Det Kongelige Bibliotek, Copenhagen\\+[[mailto:cf@kb.dk|Claus Friis]] and [[alm@kb.dk|Anna Magdalena Lindskog Midtgaard]], Det Kongelige Bibliotek, Copenhagen\\
 [[lars.ilshammar@kb.se|Lars Ilshammar]],​ Kungliga Biblioteket,​ Sweden\\ [[lars.ilshammar@kb.se|Lars Ilshammar]],​ Kungliga Biblioteket,​ Sweden\\
-[[nina.korbu@nb.no|Nina Korbu]], National Library of Norway\\+[[nina.korbu@nb.no|Nina Korbu]], National Library of Norway, Oslo\\
 [[eva.nylander@ub.lu.se|Eva Nylander]], University Library, Lund - on behalf of the CERL Swedish group members\\ [[eva.nylander@ub.lu.se|Eva Nylander]], University Library, Lund - on behalf of the CERL Swedish group members\\
-[[alm@kb.dk|Anna Magdalena Lindskog Midtgaard]],​ Det Kongelige Bibliotek, Copenhagen\\ 
 [[wim.tromp@kb.nl|Wim Tromp]], Koninklijke Bibliotheek,​ The Hague\\ [[wim.tromp@kb.nl|Wim Tromp]], Koninklijke Bibliotheek,​ The Hague\\
  
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 With the support of the LIBER Executive Board, the Royal Library, Copenhagen, set up the LIBER Security Network in December 2002. From January 2013 the Security Network is hosted by CERL. With the support of the LIBER Executive Board, the Royal Library, Copenhagen, set up the LIBER Security Network in December 2002. From January 2013 the Security Network is hosted by CERL.
  
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 +===== Tools Proposed by the Security Working Group =====
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 +{{ :​collaboration:​quick_audit_tool_booklet_-_cover.png?​95|}}
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 +The Quick Audit Tool (QAT) (1st edition) aims to raise awareness of a speedy way for any library/​archive to see how their collection security policies and procedures compare against a baseline set by CERL institutions,​ both big and small, represented in the Security Working Group. Furthermore it provides guidelines and useful tips.\\
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 +Two formats are available: to be printed as a {{ :​collaboration:​quick_audit_tool_booklet_-_print_version.pdf |booklet}} or to be consulted on {{ :​collaboration:​quick_audit_tool_booklet_-_screen_version.pdf |screen}}.\\
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 +==== Under Development ====
 +Two supporting tools related to the QAT (see pp. 6-7 of the QAT) are under development. For this we will need the help of all the Network. We would like you to send us a maximum of examples (forms, check-lists,​ procedures, etc.) and experiences related to important points of attention that security policies require to ensure the fight against theft and vandalism (more details in the booklet). Please send to [[jacqueline.lambert@kbr.be]].
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 ===== Conferences ===== ===== Conferences =====
  
 ** British Library, London**\\ ** British Library, London**\\
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 //Our Written Heritage in Peril//, a conference organised by the British Library and the Institute of Art and Law took place on 26 June 2015. It had a special focus on legal aspects of the return of stolen books across borders. While not organised by CERL, the conference heard papers from five CERL member institutions and a future role for CERL in connection with ILAB’s database of stolen books was discussed. The papers and the discussion can be heard in the four podcasts listed below. //Our Written Heritage in Peril//, a conference organised by the British Library and the Institute of Art and Law took place on 26 June 2015. It had a special focus on legal aspects of the return of stolen books across borders. While not organised by CERL, the conference heard papers from five CERL member institutions and a future role for CERL in connection with ILAB’s database of stolen books was discussed. The papers and the discussion can be heard in the four podcasts listed below.
  
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 https://​soundcloud.com/​the-british-library/​podcast-written-heritage-of-mankind-in-peril-3 https://​soundcloud.com/​the-british-library/​podcast-written-heritage-of-mankind-in-peril-3
 https://​soundcloud.com/​the-british-library/​podcast-written-heritage-of-mankind-in-peril-part-4 https://​soundcloud.com/​the-british-library/​podcast-written-heritage-of-mankind-in-peril-part-4
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 **Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Rome**\\ **Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Rome**\\
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 Finally, all articles from this special issue of LIBER Quarterly are available [[http://​liber.library.uu.nl/​index.php/​lq/​issue/​view/​461|here]]. Finally, all articles from this special issue of LIBER Quarterly are available [[http://​liber.library.uu.nl/​index.php/​lq/​issue/​view/​461|here]].
  
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 ===== Relevant websites ===== ===== Relevant websites =====
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 ==== General ==== ==== General ====
  
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   * [[http://​www.kb.nl/​organisatie/​organisatie-en-beleid/​collectieveiligheid|Collection security at the Koninklijke Bibliotheek,​ the National Library of the Netherlands]],​ including an overview of distinguishing features   * [[http://​www.kb.nl/​organisatie/​organisatie-en-beleid/​collectieveiligheid|Collection security at the Koninklijke Bibliotheek,​ the National Library of the Netherlands]],​ including an overview of distinguishing features
   * KB Copenhagen, features of the Royal Collection http://​wayback-01.kb.dk/​wayback/​20101103150800/​http:/​www2.kb.dk/​kb/​missingbooks/​marks/​index.htm   * KB Copenhagen, features of the Royal Collection http://​wayback-01.kb.dk/​wayback/​20101103150800/​http:/​www2.kb.dk/​kb/​missingbooks/​marks/​index.htm
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 ==== Security guidelines and recommendations ==== ==== Security guidelines and recommendations ====
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   * Guidelines for reviewing security measures in museums, [[http://​www.collectionslink.org.uk/​security|Collections Trust, United Kingom - Security]]   * Guidelines for reviewing security measures in museums, [[http://​www.collectionslink.org.uk/​security|Collections Trust, United Kingom - Security]]
   * Book review by Raphaele Mouren, of //Guide to Security Considerations and Practices for Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Libraries//,​ Compiled & Edited by Everett C. Wilkie,​ Jr.(Chicago,​ Association of College & Research Libraries, 2011), 364 p., 25,5 cm, ISBN 978-083898592 http://​bbf.enssib.fr/​consulter/​bbf-2013-05-0101-007   * Book review by Raphaele Mouren, of //Guide to Security Considerations and Practices for Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Libraries//,​ Compiled & Edited by Everett C. Wilkie,​ Jr.(Chicago,​ Association of College & Research Libraries, 2011), 364 p., 25,5 cm, ISBN 978-083898592 http://​bbf.enssib.fr/​consulter/​bbf-2013-05-0101-007
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 ==== Making missing or stolen books known ==== ==== Making missing or stolen books known ====
  
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   * International Antiquarian Mapsellers Association “Missing and Stolen Map Database”:​ http://​www.missingmaps.info. This is open to the public, but use of the report form does require site registration.   * International Antiquarian Mapsellers Association “Missing and Stolen Map Database”:​ http://​www.missingmaps.info. This is open to the public, but use of the report form does require site registration.
   * Interpol. Investigates international thefts of cultural property. Submit reports via Interpol liaison at state or provincial level or via F.B.I. http://​www.interpol.int/​Public/​WorkOfArt/​Default.asp   * Interpol. Investigates international thefts of cultural property. Submit reports via Interpol liaison at state or provincial level or via F.B.I. http://​www.interpol.int/​Public/​WorkOfArt/​Default.asp
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 ==== News about thefts ==== ==== News about thefts ====
   * Map thefts http://​www.maphistory.info/​theftnews.html   * Map thefts http://​www.maphistory.info/​theftnews.html
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      - {{ :​collaboration:​asservate_02_karten.pdf|Maps}}\\  ​      - {{ :​collaboration:​asservate_02_karten.pdf|Maps}}\\  ​
      - {{ :​collaboration:​asservate_03_buecher_briefe.pdf|Books and Letters}}\\      - {{ :​collaboration:​asservate_03_buecher_briefe.pdf|Books and Letters}}\\
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   * Stolen from a West London warehouse on the night of 29th January 2017 while in transit for the California Book Fair. Two lists list of titles: {{ :​collaboration:​aba_list_of_stolen_books_january_2017.pdf}} and {{ :​collaboration:​meda_riquier_california_list.pdf}}. If anyone offers you any of these titles, please contact ABA Secretary Camilla Szymanowska on +44 20 7421 4681 secretary@aba.org.uk or ABA Security Chair Brian Lake on +44 20 7631 4220 brian@jarndyce.co.uk ​ immediately. For more details of individual copies, please contact the dealers directly. ​   * Stolen from a West London warehouse on the night of 29th January 2017 while in transit for the California Book Fair. Two lists list of titles: {{ :​collaboration:​aba_list_of_stolen_books_january_2017.pdf}} and {{ :​collaboration:​meda_riquier_california_list.pdf}}. If anyone offers you any of these titles, please contact ABA Secretary Camilla Szymanowska on +44 20 7421 4681 secretary@aba.org.uk or ABA Security Chair Brian Lake on +44 20 7631 4220 brian@jarndyce.co.uk ​ immediately. For more details of individual copies, please contact the dealers directly. ​
  
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 +===== The Copenhagen Principles ​=====
    
 A conference on Library security management was held under the auspices of LIBER in the Royal Library, Copenhagen, in May 2002, which formulated and endorsed The Copenhagen Principles (14 May 2002 / see below). ​ A conference on Library security management was held under the auspices of LIBER in the Royal Library, Copenhagen, in May 2002, which formulated and endorsed The Copenhagen Principles (14 May 2002 / see below). ​
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 === Principle 1 === === Principle 1 ===
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 The representatives encourage LIBER to establish co-operation on security issues with the book trade and with other memory institutions. The representatives encourage LIBER to establish co-operation on security issues with the book trade and with other memory institutions.
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 Unanimously endorsed by the delegates at the LIBER Conference on Library Security Management, Copenhagen, 12-14 May 2002. Unanimously endorsed by the delegates at the LIBER Conference on Library Security Management, Copenhagen, 12-14 May 2002.
 Copenhagen, 14 May 2002 Copenhagen, 14 May 2002
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 Conference Chairmen Conference Chairmen
  
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