Difference between revisions of "Rehabilitate criminals"

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Criminal rehabilitation refers to attempts to improve criminals morally or psychologically so that that do not commit more crimes.  This rehabilitation may be carried out in prisons or subsequent to their release.  Allegedly, American Liberals feel that this is an appropriate action for society to take while American conservatives are said to take the opposite view.
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'''Criminal rehabilitation''' refers to attempts to improve criminals [[moral]]ly or [[psychological]]ly so that that do not commit more [[crime]]s.  This rehabilitation may be carried out in [[prison]]s or, subsequent to their release, in so-called "[[halfway house]]s" or while they mingle with society at large.
  
Rehabilitation is commonly the basis of the criminal justice system in Denmark and Sweden. Despite the inevitability of it failing and leading ot high crime, Denmark and Sweden have been able to get away with this system as they have some of the lowest crime rates in the Western World.
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Allegedly, American [[liberal]]s feel that this is an appropriate action for society to take, while American [[conservative]]s are said to doubt the possibility of its effectiveness.
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Rehabilitation is commonly the basis of the criminal justice system in [[Denmark]] and [[Sweden]]. Despite pessimism as to its effectiveness, or even a possible causal connection, Denmark and Sweden have some of the lowest crime rates in the Western World.

Revision as of 20:05, 23 April 2007

Criminal rehabilitation refers to attempts to improve criminals morally or psychologically so that that do not commit more crimes. This rehabilitation may be carried out in prisons or, subsequent to their release, in so-called "halfway houses" or while they mingle with society at large.

Allegedly, American liberals feel that this is an appropriate action for society to take, while American conservatives are said to doubt the possibility of its effectiveness.

Rehabilitation is commonly the basis of the criminal justice system in Denmark and Sweden. Despite pessimism as to its effectiveness, or even a possible causal connection, Denmark and Sweden have some of the lowest crime rates in the Western World.