Corrections Module 8 Final Assignment 12-5-17.docx

Crime against a child to ever see the light of day in

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crime against a child, to ever see the light of day, in the free world again then we need to castrate that person. If not they can stay in prison the rest of their lives. I have really noticed that people who are sexually abused, have a propensity to become abusers themselves so think about the chain we save if we scare one man out of molesting a young child. My priority here is to scare the hell out of Child molesters, 1 child that is not attacked is a positive for me. Lastly, I would put a cap on parole violations. None of this in and out if you can’t finish parole then we just need to max you out. I don’t know what the number would be but I think that putting people in and out needs to stop. There is no way a man can get housing, keep a job when he keeps going in and out it flat out isn’t possible. If someone keeps screwing up over little things like drinking alcohol or smoking weed then we need to max them out and move on. There is no reason that we knit pick people’s lives after they have been “rehabilitated” in prison. I am a firm believer in if you do the crime than you do the time. But once you are released than its game over. I don’t like bringing these people in and out constantly over petty things. You get armed robbers sent back to prison for drinking on parole. Hey, they are, not robbing people they are drinking beer. Who are we to send someone to prison for drinking. My priority here is to give people solid footing when they get out of jail. Trust me if they can’t handle it they will be back very very quickly with new charges.
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