Shouldn’t Criminals Be Rehabilitated Mentally and Psychologically in Jails and Detentions Centers?

Question by Ashley: Shouldn’t criminals be rehabilitated mentally and psychologically in jails and detentions centers?
Not ‘punished’?
We all know punishment doesn’t solve anything. 9 times out of 10 it’ll just make these criminals more hateful, and likely to do worse.
Common sense.
Teddy, that’s terrible. Two wrongs don’t make a right.
That just sparks up more spite into them, which’ll lead to more trouble, which’ll lead to endless crime in America.

Best answer:

Answer by Teddy
Punishment can work. We just don’t do it right. If you cut off a thief’s hand, they will not steal a second time.

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