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While in prison, inmates can voluntarily participate in rehabilitative programs that the prison offers
Twenty Years Later
-Many prisoners once released do not have housing, a job, or a family that will support them -Only 12.5% of employers say they would look at the application of an excon
Two Years Later
In America, 66% of inmates once released, will reoffend within the first three years because of the lack of a stable job or housing
-A judge not only chooses the sentence length, but also can assign the individuals to a rehabilitative program, that the inmate has to complete -Furloughs are granted in Germany for emergency purposes, or even vacation purposes. -Prisoners can maintain a job outside of the prison and only have to report back at night
Ten Years Later
After an inmate is released, the prison provides financial assistance to help the individual get back on their feet. The money loaned does not have to be paid back ever.
Twenty-FIve Years Later
The recidivism rate in Germany is significantly lower than the US.
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