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Residents are reminded that the use of a security camera is a good tool to dissuade a person from breaking
into your home; however homeowners should follow the following tips:

1. The camera should be connected to a recording device (VCR, hard drive).
2. The camera should be cleaned periodically (clean spider webs, bugs, dirt and dust from lens).
3. Check the camera for function and recording from time to time.
4. Mount the camera out of reach or in a secured case (wires also).
5. If the camera has a battery, change it often.
6. Most burglars can tell the difference between a fake camera and a real one. Camera prices have dropped
drastically.     
You can probably obtain a real system for a little bit more.
7. Consider three locations to mount a camera:
    a. Front door
    b. First floor windows
    c. Back door
8. Check your recording device daily, you may have had someone attempt to enter the house but were
unsuccessful.

If you are a victim of theft or burglary, call the police department immediately
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JCP&L CONDUCTING THERMOVISION INSPECTIONS TO HELP ENHANCE CUSTOMER SERVICE RELIABILITY:

Morristown, N.J. – Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) is conducting thermovision inspections on 355 distribution circuits across
northern and central New Jersey.

JCP&L employees use thermographic cameras to detect potential problems on wires and other electrical equipment that cannot be
observed during regular visual inspections. The high-tech cameras are used to capture infrared images of distribution lines exiting
substations and fuses located on poles. The images are downloaded to a computer and reviewed. The infrared technology shows
heat on a color scale, with brighter or “hot spots” indicating areas that could need repairs. Overall, 2,100 line miles will be inspected
as part of this process.

JCP&L conducts thermovision inspections on all of its circuits on a four-year cycle. The inspections are part of JCP&L’s previously
announced plans to invest $387 million in 2016 to help enhance service and maintain a strong electrical system.
JCP&L is a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE). JCP&L serves 1.1 million New Jersey customers in the counties of
Burlington, Essex, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union and Warren. Follow
JCP&L on Twitter @JCP_L, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/JCPandL, or online at www.jcp-l.com.