By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The sister city to Rio de Janeiro across the bay, Niterói, has gained a new Centro Integrado de Segurança Pública (Integrated Center of Public Security, or CISP) in the neighborhood of Piratininga according to government sources. The CISP is intended to integrate federal, state and local security forces and feature 600 cameras by the end of the year, which will monitor the city 24 hours a day.
Governor Luiz Fernando "Pezão" (Bigfoot) and the Mayor of Niterói, Rodrigo Neves, inaugurated the CISP on Monday (August 10th . . .