Corrections Trend Evolution
July 10, 2013
Correction Trends Evolution
Prisons are at a higher demand in this economy. As our world expands there are more crimes that are on rise and more individuals who are being sloppy and being caught for the crimes that they are committing. With more people being captured that leaves less space to house these criminals. We face more problems now than we did in the earlier years, now individuals are committing crimes just to see if they can get away with it or to try and prove a point to their friends. This paper will touch on some of the issues facing prison and prison administrators and also the roles of the alternate correction system as a developing trend.
The prison house violent and repeat criminals who just cannot handle being in the outside world. When a person is convicted of a crime there are number of places to which they can go to serve out there sentence. There are prisons, jails, second chance homes, boot camps and or probation, depending on the crime that was committed and whom it was committed by. When a person is sentenced to serve their time in prison there are so many things that may go through that person’s mind. One is will they have to sleep on the floor, which prison will they be located at and the people that will be around them. In the prisons there are multiple organizations and gangs that the inmates can be from and some have no choice in the matter but to be from a certain organization. It is a different world being incarcerated and the issues that a person may have had on the outside world is totally different between the issues that they face now that they are incarcerated. In many prisons around the world, especially in conflict areas, there is a high rate of infection by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) – the virus that attacks the body's immune system, rendering the patient vulnerable to a whole range of diseases and...
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