The Importance Of Crimes In The Community

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The United States has a high crime rate in which many victims are affected psychologically, mentally and emotionally. There are families that either lose a loved one or are simply traumatized by an event that scar them for the rest of their life. The criminal justice system in the U.S. is more concern on preventing crimes around the communities, but are they also trying to help the victims of these crimes? It is crucial to prevent crimes on the cities and towns, that way people will not be affected by these crimes in the future. According to the Restorative Justice: Theories and Worries states that “reintegrative shaming, disapproval of the act within a continuum of disrespect for the offender, disapproval terminated by rituals of forgiveness, …show more content…
Eventually, Kaleka and the other followers believed that being more open to the community would help them be more united with each other. They created an organization called Serve 2 Unite, “which brings together young people from different religious and cultural backgrounds and encourages them to value humanity and to aspire to live life promoting peace (Kaleka, 2016).” The program will help victims and those people that are trying to apply back to the community. In my personal experiences being together with another religion can cause arguments on which religion is best to follow, whom is right or wrong. In my opinion it was a bad experienced because people from another religion once argued with me that I was following the wrong god, therefore; I have a different perspective when it comes to uniting different religious people. However, if people join together without arguing upon religions I do believe joining the community together and brining everyone closer is a good idea. According to Restorative Justice: Theories and Worries states that “restorative justice conference work by inviting victims and supporters of the victim to meet with the offender and the people who care about the offender and most enjoy the offender’s respect (Braithwaite, 1989).” The organization they created is a helpful and beneficial source for the community because …show more content…
The program should not be at any serious cost to the public. The program will simply only bring people together and demonstrate to those who attend that being together will make them be in peace. The Serve 2 Unite program will teach people to appreciate life. The program will be a great impact to the youth of the community because it will teach them to respect others, stay in positive roads, and have a successful life. There is creative ways to intergrade these types of programs into the criminal justice system without costing the community. The criminal justice system can integrate programs in communities where crime has a high rate to simple help victims to ease a loss or to overcome any tragic experience. The best thing to do is having a volunteering temple, church or simply any place in which youngsters and adults can attend to on the weekends. These programs can have counselors or people whom can guide others on the right path, help them with their emotions and showing them what is right from wrong. These programs will help previous criminals whom have tried to rehabilitate from their mistakes in the past. The programs will not just help victims, but will also help people who have committed crimes in which they regret doing any type of crime in the past. Both the

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