By Nelson Belen, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Just released data from Rio de Janeiro’s Instituto de Segurança Publica – ISP (Public Security Institute) comparing the state's crime statistics of October 2017 to October 2016 revealed a mixed bag with sharp increases seen in car and cell phone theft, a nominal increase in homicides, and reductions in street robberies and robberies overall.
According to the latest survey, motor vehicle theft showed the biggest . . .