One of the shows that prison does not work is that the article mentions a recurrence rate of seventy percent of which is enormous, since the prison waiting for it marks the spirit the prisoner. Since the prison is the punishment of prisoners is supposed to understand that they have done something wrong and they should not start or seventy per cent of prisoners re-offending.
L'un des éléments qui montrent que les prisons ne fonctionnent pas c'est le fait que l'article mentionne un taux de récidive de soixante-dix pour cent ce qui est énorme, puisqu'on attend de la prison qu'elle marque l'esprit des prisonniers. Puisque la prison représente la punition des prisonniers elle est censée le faire comprendre qu'ils ont fait quelque chose de mal et qu'ils ne doivent pas recommencer or soixante-dix pour cent des prisonniers récidives.
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[...] What are psychological, mental or related to living conditions difficult. Indeed we can see that some seventy percent were suffering from one or more mental disorders, only twenty seven percent of them were placed in homes or foster homes. Thirty-two% of people in prison were homeless. And fifty-two% of men and seventy% of women have no qualifications. Suggesting than most of them commit crimes in order to survive, thinking they had no choice. This suggests that their place is not in prison but in specialized centers for people with difficulties such as the homeless or in nursing homes for people with mental disorders, for example. [...]
[...] Ce qui permettrait de satisfaire tout le monde. What is the solution presented in back on track?? Why is it interesting for inmates? What are the obstacles to its success? In back on track we are presented with a situation in which some prisoners are working and are formed through a 12-week course which, once successfully completed, will allow them to request the transfer of an open- air prison and "work out" - via a system of day release - full-time on the railways. [...]
[...] What problems are prisons faced with (in Britain and in France)? The problems facing prisons in Britain is France is the lack of space, the high tension prevailing in the past and of course the lack of financial means in reality the only problem since it is the origin of the other two. For lack of money prevents the creation of new prison or upgrading of an existing one. Les problèmes que rencontre les prisons en Grande Bretagne est France sont le manque de place, la forte tension qui règne au sein de ces dernières et bien sûre le manque de moyens financiers qui en réalité le seul et unique problème puisqu'il est à l'origine des deux autres. [...]
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