TABLE OF CONTENTS
II. Some Effects of Recidivisms
A. Effects of Male Detained Adolescents with Substance-Related Offence and Other Disorders B. Effect of Age on Child Molesters and Rapists on Sexual Recidivism C. Effects of Risk Factors On Recidivism Patterns on Juvenile Homicide Offenders D. Some Factors Associated with Criminal Recidivism of Juvenile Offenders III. Some Ways to Reduce Recidivisms
A. Learning Disability and Substance Use Disorder Reduction Standpoints
B. Juvenile Offending and Reoffending on Delinquent Behavior Reduction Perspectives
C. Reduction Methods for Injured Recidivism Cases Caused by Violent IV. Conclusion
V. Researcher’s Viewpoints on Things Associated with Recidivisms
One of the most interesting issues in which the criminal justice system faces is seeing released detainees being returned to the criminal justice system for a criminal behavior. This issue can be described as recidivism. Recidivism can be interpreted in many forms. According to Cole, Smith, and DeJong (2010, p. 738), recidivism means a return to criminal behavior. From a sexual behavioral standpoint, recidivism can be defined as any new sexual behavior that has lead to a charge or conviction of sexual offence (Craign, 2008, p-187). Some particular concerns are types of recidivism cases that that involve serious delinquency and violent criminal behaviors situation that could lead to rearrested and reconviction to the same crime as oppose to those rearrested and reconvicted to new crimes along with a reduction method program to educate, screen, assess, employment opportunities, family involvement, and etc to eliminate cases of recidivism from reoccurring again.
During the year1994, there were approximately 272,111 persons released from prisons in 15 states. Of this total, approximately 67% were rearrested for a felony or misdemeanors within 3 year period. In addition, there were about 47% reconvicted and about 25% were resentenced to prison for a new crime. The released prisoners showed a higher rearrest rate in robbery, burglaries, larcenists, motor vehicle thieves, possession, and/or selling stolen property. Approximately 2.5 % of the released rapists were rearrested for another rape within a three year period (Bureau of Justice, n.d.). According to some researchers, these types of crimes involves violent and serious recidivism in which individuals have recidivists if they had at least one new violent crime, or substance –related arrest (Collins, Vermeiren, Vahl, Markus, et al. (2011, p.46).
Therefore it was the purpose of this paper to examine some of the significance of recidivism as to what it is, how to prevent recidivism rates, along with giving the researcher’s viewpoints on recidivism. Some key terms involved in this paper are recidivism, recidivists, offense, reoffends former prisoners, prisoners, and juveniles. The framework for the rest of this paper involves four other headings. The second heading will provide information on some effects associated with recidivism. The third heading will provide some ways to reduce recidivism. The third heading will conclude by providing a general overview of what is recidivism and ways to reduce recidivism. The four heading will be the: researcher’s viewpoints on recidivism. Some Effects Associated with Recidivisms
Effects of Male Detained Adolescents with Substance-Related Offence and Other Disorders
A study found that detained male adolescents with other disorders were more likely to become substance related recidivists. Substance-related offences in adolescents were associated with Substances-Use-Disorder and other disorders have shown to lead to mental health perspective. This study goes on to say that young adults with other drug disorder use may get involved with expensive substances such as cocaine, amphetamines, heroine to sell which can also lead to other crimes (i.e. burglary, violence, etc) in...
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