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The treatment of criminals is an ongoing unresolved issue within our society and that has also perceived our society as being too lenient on our punishments It raises concerns as well as how and what punishment should be dealt in regard to children committing horrific acts of violence Government spending including citizens taxes used for the prison system which include building new institutions and the scientific treatments employed for these offenders of crimes is a significant concern for the citizens I am very interested in this topic because of the different aspects this issue involves It involves politics morals values and religious beliefs In my opinion I am a truly believer of the greatly known saying an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth when it comes down to what type of punishment should be imposed on that individual who has committed a crime Even if some may not want to admit it we are involved personally with these individuals who are being incarcerated Children are committing crimes that one would had never believed that something so dreadful could be acted out by a child Why should we be less merciful on a child than an adult Yes factors are brought up of what causes may be involved to influence a child to commit crimes and acts of violence But does that condemn them of denying a persons life What is the appropriate punishment for crimes The death penalty life sentences parole and rehabilitation are some of the ways that we as a society deal with crimes and acts of violence This is an issue that brings up controversy and is still remaining unsolved I want to be able to enlighten myself on some of the different perspectives on the topic of the treatment of criminals
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