With this in mind, the farmers of the Constitution created unalienable rights for all American citizens to protect us. Public entities are not sanctioned to dismiss rights of people/students whenever they see fit. Consequently, when the state decides to empower public school officials to suspend students without a hearing or notice they are entering in illegal territory. The public school officials violated the fifth and sixth amendments of the student. The student’s right to a hearing as well as notice of his suspension was stripped from him.
This will cause those teenagers to know what it wrong before they ever have to learn by going to prison. If we change the laws and have juveniles tried as adults the crime rate in the United States will greatly decrease. The parents will start teaching their children responsibility and the teenagers will know that their actions will have consequences. There would also be less people in rehab centers as adults because they will learn as teenagers and not need to still be in trouble as adults. There is no reason to give the same crime different penalties because of a person’s age.
If you are unable to afford college, then you should get loans in order to get your degree. You can pay these loans back and still have a better life and more money compared to the person that did not go or dropped out of college. These are the reasons for why students should not drop out of college. They should not drop out of college because college is the way to get their careers so they will have more job opportunities. If they stay in college, they will have more stability in the future since they will have more money.
There are some cost efficient programs and other options that may be more than expected but making sure one works the best should be looked at with a different strategy to reduce recidivism. Inmates usually have obstacles when pertaining to getting back on their feet and how they spend their time wisely keeping consistent on their new goals. Recidivism and redemption are somewhat similar where recidivism is whether a criminal still “look like they will enter back into crime as an offender and redemption make sure that criminal records depreciates in the future over time making employers to rely on former inmates criminal records. Desistance the act of ending criminal’s careers. Over time long term recidivism has shown to be desistance that significantly individual change during the process when supported for opportunities for work, housing, and
People who use the money they receive on things not necessary for their families constitutes as abusing their aid. Lawmakers and the public alike state that drug testing might be beneficial to prevent tax money from being funneled into illegal activity it does not guarantee that these people will not spend their money on other legal recreational activities and substances. Finally, lawmakers have yet to determine what the restriction and punishments should be for those who can not or have not passed their drug tests. The degree of punishment that would be indicative of a possible rehabilitation of the individual without also punishing the children of that home (Pollack,2006). Each of these reasons is a primary cause of the controversy that have prevented most states from enforcing drug testing before receiving benefits.
Having the ability to have a program in every prison could be a great business. Not only could a state or country benefit by teaching their criminals but this could also help them become successful after they serve their time. This could also be beneficial in the long run to communities, many individuals who has a parent in a prison system has a more likely hood to make bad decisions and end up incarcerated themselves then those who do not have parents incarcerated. This is a change that could reshape the business and society relationships. If the possibility of an education program could be in place in every prison or in major prisons this could strengthen communities, rise low income populations and educate more people.
For instance, they are often exposed to infectious diseases, bad weather, and unsafe environments. Besides, their predicament might compel them to take part in vices such as drug abuse. Providing financial assistance, rehabilitation, and transitional housing are some of the solutions for homelessness. Rehabilitation or treatment of homeless people in anticipation of gainful employment improves their chances of a successful placement. Some homeless people are drug addicts or people with medical conditions.It is important for them to be rehabilitated or treated for a healthy lifestyle.
Parole is honoring one’s word that an offender will not re-offend. I have mixed views about giving repeat offenders parole. The whole idea of parole is giving a person a second chance after committing a crime and paying for that crime and re-entering society. Everyone deserves a second chance, because sometimes a person could be in the wrong place and the wrong time and get caught up in a certain situation. Because a person who is on parole is getting the chance to serve the remaining time from jail to enter into the world and are able to get a job and pay fines, and still be under supervision of an officer to stay clean from drugs and not to repeat a crime, they should not be able to repeat an offense.
As an American society, we focus solely on punishment because of the idea of revenge but in order to help society prosper and grow prisons must gear their focus to help prepare offenders for the real world. Without rehabilitation many offenders often go back to committing the illegal crimes that placed them in prison the first time. Rehabilitation not only helps change the perspective of offenders but it also introduces them to an alternative way to live life outside of prison. Some forms of rehabilitation include anger management classes, educational classes, and vocational training. Through anger management classes, inmates would learn about different ways to cope with stress and how to control their aggression.
There has always been a system to contribute to the prosperity of a society, whether that be an economic system, educational system, social systems and many more. Although these are to help the country there are also flaws in them. One system in society that has major flaws in the prison system. The prison system has failed many Americans and strayed away from its main goal which was to help inmates to not become victims of recidivism. Prisons need to find a way to help inmates become stable enough to go back into society.
Our social work values support assisting clients to overcome barriers, not automatically judging people for their struggles and taking punitive action. We know that addiction is an illness that is not easy to overcome, even if you place a monetary value on recovery. Our proposed policy will allow clients to gain from the opportunity and accessibility to treatment. In theory, providing treatment to substance abusers will save taxpayers money because the individuals will have an increased ability to contribute to society and find employment. What Ethical Dilemmas Does Alternative Policy Raise for You as a Professional Social Worker?
In an ideal world there should be treatment facility that deals with sex offenders alone and their potential substance abuse. This way there is a chance for the offender to get the help they need and will be guaranteed a place for treatment and they will not be turned away. There should also be a way during treatment that allows them to find resources to “win back” others found in their family and the community. We believe that the best addiction model that fits sex offenders is the biopsychosocial model because the substance abuse could be an innate part of the genetic make-up, it could also have been a way to deal with past issues or memories; to relieve psychological pain. Finally the abuse could also be from the social aspect of the model because substance abuse is a fairly common thing most are surrounded by on a daily basis, and that could be seen as “if everyone else can do it, then I can do