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prison reform
Updated: 4/17/2020
prison reform
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  • bill and bob go to prison
  • I'm so tired of being locked up over and over again for non violent offences with no help. it might make me even worse
  • In order to lower incarceration rates in the united states, reforms such as rehabilitation programs, employment programs, and wellness rehabilitation should be implemented at the state level everywhere. I will tell you more at lunch.
  • what are these programs
  • that pilot one sounds great to me
  • there is one called pilot drug intervention program, one is a employment program that helps you get a job, and the last one is a wellness program that uses yoga and aromatherapy to help you.
  • i think that they don't work and the prisoners will not respect the opportunity. punishment is the way to go
  • did you know that an estimated 68% of released prisoners went back to prison after their releases. also 47% of priseners that don't get aressed in the first three years were arrested years 4-9 after
  • I think that those programs are a waste of money
  • Those guards were wrong. this helped me more than anything and I'm so thankful for it
  • bill and bob flew away happily ever after into the sun set because of this rehabilitation program The End
  • These programs really need to be implemented everywhere and we need to stay away from strick punishment for everyone.
  • creditsChammah, Maurice. “Prison Without Punishment.” The Marshall Project. TheMarshall Project, September 25, 2015.“2018 Update On Prisoner Recidivism.” Accessed April 14, 2020. Psychology. American Psychological Association. Accessed March 3, 2020.,Baillie. “Prisons Are Failing. It's Time to Find an Alternative.” WorldEconomic Forum. Accessed March 6, 2020.“Prisons Reform Speech.” GOV.UK. Accessed March 6, 2020.
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