In recent years , many countries have extrememely concerned about the increase in crimes committed by young people. Tough measures that strict punishments are necessary to stop youths from re-offending. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?
In many countries, the young criminal has became complicated to such an extent that the government has nearly failed to deal with this problem. What can be done to help these juvenile deliquents turn away from crime and what extend they must be treated by tough measures that strict punishments is a controversial issue for governments . Juvenile delinquency is both an immediate and long-term problem. Even juvenile delinquents who start off with misdemeanors or petty offenses can perpetrate much more serious criminal acts. Dispite of the promise of sanction system improvement, the social authorities haven’t take enough responsibility on their commits. They aren’t doing enough to cut crime. Light punishments such as community service, suspended sentences, fine… seem not to get results.Obviously, the number of crimes commit by young criminals keep growing each year because they ‘re not frightened of the consequences of their actions . As a result, they seem to commit more crime. Eventhough many persons believe that to make young people think carefully about what they do, they should be punish more severely I’m strongly convinced that the best way to stop this process of escalation from producing serious criminals is to prevent a juvenile's delinquency in its infancy. One of the best ways to fight juvenile delinquency is through education. Firstly, If kids can attend schools with quality instruction, the educational system can keep them on the straight and narrow. Secondly, attendding after-school programs can both enrich a child's education and simply keep them busy so they don't cause trouble and make kids less likely to get involved with illegal substances, less likely to skip school,...
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