801 Circulationpolicy

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1 801: CIRCULATION and LIBRARY CARD POLICY See also related policies: Collection Development (601) and Confidentiality (802). and Privacy See also Iowa Code: Chapter 613.16 (Parental Responsibility of Actions of Children) and Chapter 714.5 (Theft of Li brary Materials and Equipment). 801.0 The purpose of the Circulation Policy is to establish who may obtain a library card at the Iowa City privileges associated with different types of cards, and conditions under Public Library, which those privileges may be suspended. A valid library card provides library users with circulation services which may include, depending upon type of libra ry card, borrowing - materials and equipment, placing holds, or requesting interlibrary loan service, and allows in house and remote electronic access to information resources. The Circulation and Library Card Policy establishes fines and replacement fees fo r overdue, lost or damaged materials, and other circulation services. 801.1 Library Cards General Information: These policies app ly to all types of cardholders: 801.11 a . Individuals of all ages may apply for a library card with proper identificati on and proof of residence. (See Sections 801.12 801.1 8 for specific card categories.) Staff may allow - two checked - out items (no equipment) if proof of residence is not shown at time of application; address verification must be shown before further use of the card is allowed. Cardholders are responsible for all materials checked out on the card and for payment b . of fines and replacement fees assigned to the card. . c The Library Director may refuse or restrict a library card if a pattern of abuse is established. d Cardholders are responsible for notifying the library promptly if a card is lost or stolen. . (See Section 801.22 for cardholder liability.) e. Cardholders are limited to 75 checked - out items, except Institutional cards, which are limited to 100 checked - o ut. f. Library cards expire regularly to confirm address and other contact information. g Access to Library materials will not be restricted based on age except in the case of . circulating equipment with replacement value over $250, which will requir e parental permission for ch eckout to patrons under age 18. 801.12 Resident Cards: Resident cards are issued to residents and property owners of Iowa City and contract areas. 801.13 Open Access : Open Access cards are issued to residents of areas with libraries Open Access program, in accordance with the participating in the State Library of Iowa 's statewide Open Access agreement. Some services are limited. 1

2 801.14 e issued to persons who will be living in our service Temporary Cards: Temporary cards ar eight area from one to weeks, and to those living in temporary housing. Some services are limited. d in 801.15 Institutional Cards: Institutional cards are issued to institutions and businesses locate Iowa City, contract areas, and Johnson County communities with libraries participating in the Open Access program. Special Cards: (See Section 801.25 and 801.26 for fines and replacement fee information.) 801.16 . Resident Cards may apply for At Home service and will be a Borrowers who qualify for . assigned an At Home card b . . Special cards are available for institutions with ICPL outreach collections . c Special cards are assigned to libraries participating in interlibrary loan. Special cards are assigned to inmates at the Johnson County Jail who request services d. from the Library. Services may be limited to comply with an agreement for service e Johnson County Sheriff’s Office. with th Self - 801.17 shall verify , in person and within two Registered Cards: Patrons who register online weeks of registering, and proof of address to obtain a library card with regular identity privileges (see 801.12 14). Self - registered cards allow for limited access to online - resources but may not be used to borrow materials until a regular card is obtained. Computer Use Only Cards: Issued to patrons who are unable to confirm a local address. 801.18 Services are limited to internet computers and in - house use of equipment valued at less than $100. 801.2 Replacement Fees Fines and 801.21 rn: Late Retu s per day with the following exceptions: a. Fines are assessed at 25 cent s and Young Adult No fines: Children’ . materials $1.00 per day: Express DVDs $1.00 per day: Equipment with a replacement cost under $100. placement cost of $100 or more. $5.00 per day: Equipment with a re b. Maximum fines are calculated as the daily fine times a maximum of 30 days overdue or $10.00, whichev er is less, except : $15.00 Equipment with a re placement cost of $100 or more. for c. s open . Fines are waived for items Fines are charged for each calendar day the library i returned within 1 day of the due date. After the 1 - day grace period, fines are computed from the actual due date . . d. Fines may be waived in full or part by permanent staff, on a case - by - case basis 801.22 Lost or Damaged Materials a. The full replacement or repair cost for a lost or damaged item is charged to the or damaged. borrower to whom the item was checked out at the ti me that it was lost 2

3 b. Borrowers are responsible for materials which were ch ecked out on lost or stolen cards prior to notification to the library of the card's loss. A borrower's liability for such materials is limited to $50.00. The replacement cost of the item includes the Library’s purchase c. price plus a processing fee . The Library uses vendors that offer processing and other related services to acquire materials, including replacements. d. Replacement or repair costs up to $100 may be waived in full or part on a case - by - by the case basis . Higher amounts m ay be waived in full or part by permanent staff Community & Access Services Coordinator or Customer Services Assistant, on a case - by - case basis. Suspension of Circulation and Remote Access Privileges 801.23 a. Individual cards: Circulation and some remote access privileges are suspended for cardholders owing the library $10.00 or more in fines or for materials not returned and billed. Institutional cards: Circulation and some remote access privileges are suspe b. nded for cardholders owing the library $20.00 or more in fines or for materials not returned and billed. Interlibrary loan institutions: Service may be denied to those libraries which habitually c. are late in returning materials or fail to pay bills of $25 .00 or more for long overdue or lost materials. Expired cards: Circulation and other access privileges are suspended when a library d. card expires. An expired card may be renewed when a patron's address is verified. e. Special At Home cards: Access privileg es are suspended for materials not returned billed. that have been 801.24 Holds (Reserves) Registered borrowers with no delinquency status may place up to ten free holds. a. b. Institutional cards may have up to fifteen free holds. c. Beyond the ten free hold limit, registered borrowers may place additional holds for a charge of $.50 per item, payable in advance. 801.25 Charges for Interlibrary Loan: a. When it is necessary to borrow library materials through Interlibrary Loan from lib raries which charge a fee for such services, these charges will be absorbed by the library, with the approval of the Adult Services Coordinator. Postage will be paid by Iowa City Public Library. state libraries will be charged $15.00 for the loan b. Out - of - of audiovisual material. 3

4 801.26 Fines and Replacement Fees for Special Cards No fines are charged for late returns of materials from outreach collections, At Home a. or jail patrons. , , patrons Interlibrary Loan libraries At Home patrons , Interlibrary Loan libraries, and the outreach sites are responsible for b. the replacement fee for lost materials. paying Card Replacement: Patrons may receive one free replacement card per year. The 801.27 replacement charge for additional lost cards is $1.00. th Fresh Start 18: When a patron reaches their 1 8 birthday, the library may waive 801.28 accumulated fines and replacement fees on a case - by - case basis . 801.3 Retrieval of Overdue Materials 801.31 Notification: Notices are sent at regular intervals to cardholders with overdue library materials. The last notice is a bill for the replacement cost of the item. 801.32 Long Overdue Materials: Library accounts for which a bill has been sent may be submitted to a collection agency and/or to a local law enforcement agency for further action. An additional processing charge of $10.00 will be added to each account sent to col lections. (See also Code of Iowa, Chapter 714.5, Theft of Li brary materials and equipment.) Revised: Adopted: 12/20/84 5/25/06 2/28/85 12/20/07 Revised: Revised: Revised: 2/26/09 5/23/85 Revised: 2/25/10 7/25/85 Revised: Revised: 10/28/10 Revised: 8/22/85 Revised: Revised: Revised: 8/23/12 11/21/85 Revised: 8/28/14 3/27/86 Revised: 12/15/16 Revised: 9/25/86 Revised: Revised: 2/27/87 4/25/19 Revised: Revised: 4/28/88 Revised: 7/27/89 Revised: 7/1/90 Revised: 2/21/91 Revised: 4/25/91 7/11/91 Revised: Revised: 7 /25/91 Revised: 4/28/92 Revised: 10/27/94 Revised: 3/30/95 4/27/95 Revised: ed: Revis 2/22/96 5/27/99 Revised: Revised: 5/23/02 6/26/03 Revised: 4/22/04 Revised: 6/23/05 Revised: 4

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