posted on Jan, 17 2019 @ 02:55 PM
a reply to: surfer_soul
It really depend's upon the crime, to my mind we simply do not have enough decent prison's.
They SHOULD go back to the way they were ran in the past but with smaller cell's and prisoners locked up in them 20 hours a day except for exercise
in the yard.
But only for serious and/or unruly or repeat criminal's.
The prison system should have several tiers of punishment, softer approach for first time offenders and more money put into reform education of such
prisoners, repeat offenders should be psychologically and neurologically analysed to check for medical causes behind there behavior and if found they
should then receive the correct treatment.
Remember though what drives people to crime in the first place is often poverty and exposure to deprived areas as well as gangland culture and this
has to be dealt with by having a PROPER government not a bunch of self interested twerp's and hypocrites - in fact I strongly urge my opinion on you
that if we knew half of what those politician's had gotten up to we would most likely have lynched them ages ago.
Of note while the isle of man still had birching they had very few repeat offenders visit there island - though the street of shark's as it is
colloquially known is full of serial criminal's - in the form of bent legal and investment firm's.
edit on 17-1-2019 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)