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Does prison reform criminals? Criminals cause crime is that true

  1. obasi profile image54
    obasiposted 7 years ago

    Does prison reform criminals? Criminals cause crime is that true

  2. manthy profile image77
    manthyposted 7 years ago

    No prison actually make criminals worse, I think educating criminal would be a better option unless they just aren't capable of living in society like a murderer or a pedophile.
    In Alabama USA where I live our whole states prisons are filled with the majority of people in there for being addicted to drugs, and that causes them to steal to support their habit, then they wind up in jail, I think they need to rehab them and teach them the skills to get a job, instead of locking them up and throwing away the key.

    Thanks for the question, I hope the answer helps

  3. misterdiggs profile image57
    misterdiggsposted 7 years ago


    Prisons are Godless unforgiving places that do nothing but make criminals better at being criminals.

    The United States is a perverted country that worships money; as such this country uses prisons as growth industries in much the same way it uses corporations. To get money flowing.

    It is an evil country that seeks to make a dollar anyway it can.  Slavery is the bread and butter of Capitalism and Capitalism will create a loser by any means necessary.

    They will be building a prison near you very shortly.

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      James Wreckerposted 11 months agoin reply to this

      That is some deep shit

  4. reignmaker1911 profile image70
    reignmaker1911posted 6 years ago

    Criminals reform criminals. Prison consists of waking up, working or going to school, hoping mail comes and waiting for commissary day. Other than that you have a great deal of time to think.  Incarcerated individuals think about how they got there. At this point potential reformation begins. Some begin to develop a plan to never come back again. They use every minute of their free time putting together a strategy to live life on life's terms. Whether it's a drug issue or financial issue. Whatever issue it is, they make up their minds never to put themselves in that position again, and to walk the straight and narrow no matter what. Other inmates decide that they are going right back to the world and do the same thing over again, in their minds, they are going to do it "different" this time so they don't get caught. Just as beauty is in the eye of the beholder, prison reform is in the mind of the offender