GPA SOP-121 governs meter tampering/illegal hook-up investigating and reporting procedures.
Below are examples of Meter Tampering and what to look for. Click on the image for a larger image.
JUMPERED METER SOCKET: Wires Connecting Line and Load Side Terminals
Seal Cut, Seal Removed,
Sealing Tabs Cut/Damaged
Power Watch Program
Report Copper Theft
Theft of copper wire has reached epidemic levels. Thieves have brazenly stolen copper wire from both public and private entities, and buyers of copper wire are currently under no requirement to identify the sellers of the stolen wire. A legal requirement that buyers of copper wire keep a record of their transactions will deter theft. Public Law 28-18:
AN ACT TO AMEND §43.50, CHAPTER 43 OF TITLE 9 GUAM CODE ANNOTATED, TO REQUIRE PERSONS, ENTITIES OR CORPORATIONS BUYING COPPER WIRE TO MAINTAIN A LOG BOOK OF ALL PURCHASES MADE FROM ON-ISLAND SOURCES AND TO RETAIN ALL COPPER WIRE PURCHASED FOR A PERIOD OF SEVEN (7) DAYS BEFORE ALTERING, SELLING, MELTING, DESTROYING, OR OTHERWISE DISPOSING OF THE COPPER WIRE.