Rehabilitation over Incarceration
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- Photo Credit: Tafa via Compght cc The current national rate to house an inmate in the U.S is around $30,000. (Per Year)!
- Majority of the prisons in the U.S are privately owned! Photo Credit: smushboxy via Compght cc
- Americans will continue to see increases in crime Photo Credit: Surrealistovich via Compght cc
- Photo Credit: 401(K) 2013 via Compght cc With rehabilitation the amount of crime would decrease.! In return this would decrease the amount of tax dollars we spend each year.!
- Lack of programs for education, drug rehab, and mental illness, allow inmates to become frustrated.!
- Wasted tax dollars can be used in other areas like education. Photo Credit: lumaxart via Compght cc
- Take part in community meetings Express to Government that you do not agree Personally volunteer to mentor Photo Credit: lumaxart via Compght cc
- Let it be known about how you feel about rehabilitation over incarceration. Photo Credit: gadl via Compght cc
- Join neighborhood groups such as neighborhood watch. ! Photo Credit: Eva Luedin via Compght cc
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- Photo Credit: Sustainable Economies Law Center via Compght cc Personally give advice to people who may be at risk to become criminals.
- Photo Credit: Dusty J via Compght cc Mentoring is a powerful tool that can be used to help detour individuals from lives of crime.
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- Express to the Government how you feel about rehabilitation over incarceration Photo Credit: katsrcool (Kool Cats Photography) via Compght cc
- Photo Credit: OUCHcharley via Compght cc Writing letters to congress is not a waste of time.!
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- Speak with people in your community about the benefits of rehabilitation over incarceration. Photo Credit: West Midlands Police via Compght cc
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- Without rehabilitation we will continue to see a rise in crime and taxes. Photo Credit: 401(K) 2013 via Compght cc Photo Credit: foilman via Compght cc
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