See-through locker doors decrease contraband!

The concept is simple. Students, employees, athletes and other locker users are less likely to store illegal or prohibited items in a locker if the door is see-through! According to the Virginia Department of Education’s School Facilities Guide:

Traditionally lockers in gymnasium locker rooms have perforated doors for ventilation, and hallway lockers have solid doors. What would be ideal is to have see-through or perforated locker doors in the hallway as well. This would permit staff to see what is stored inside the lockers and deter storing of illegal material such as tobacco, guns, knives, etc.

At the same time, a see-through door can make items inside more appealing for theft, so locks must be incredibly reliable. Security People Inc’s LockUp polycarbonate doors, combined with 4-digit, instantly- set keyless locks by Digilock provide this powerhouse combination. Security Simplified!

Security People Inc.  is made up of the four leading brands in lock and locker technology, Digilock, Celare, Lockup and Numeris.

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About Digilock

Digilock® is the global leader in electronic locker locks, cabinet locks and office furniture locks that use patented keypad and RFID technology. Digilock’s locks and lockers for health and fitness clubs, athletic locker rooms, schools, colleges and universities, hotels, spas and office environments are high-performance, turnkey security solutions.
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