Rehabilitation Of Criminals : What Kinds Of Efforts Should We Make
Is there an obligation to differentiate between violent and nonviolent crimes? Regarding "cruel and unusual punishments,“ what rights should prisoners have? To what degree should criminals be supported in the right to appeal? (What if they are in fact innocent?) Is there a moral justification for capital punishment, also known as institutional murder? How many chances should people be given for various problematic behaviors? What about obligations for restitution to the victims of crime?
Rehabilitation of Criminals: What kinds of efforts should we make to rehabilitate prisoners?
In order for society to operate properly, there are some fundamental institutions that must be in place to maintain order. Hospitals, Banks and Schools for example, are among these vital institutions, when one of these systems fail, we see a deficiency in society, thankfully; there are fail-safes in ensuring that these systems do not undergo widespread failure. These institutions are so attached to society, that their failure could be directly responsible for the degradation of the system of society. Although widely regarded that it is totally unacceptable for these places to fail society, one institution has garnered many critics because of the belief that it is doing that very same thing. The jails, which are designed to protect society, punish criminal activity and rehabilitate/reintegrate…