Incarceration Of The United States

1668 Words Nov 11th, 2014 7 Pages
There are over 2million people incarcerated today in the United States and Statistics show that the rates every year is increasing . Millions of dollars are being spent on these institutions(private institutions , correctional facilities etc.) that provide nothing other a punitive excessive amount of time. Most of those incarcerated return back to jail, sometimes even for the same offense . What does that mean for the United States that mean that there will be and increase in the amount of dollars spent every year along with and increase amount of those being incarcerated . The United States need to provide the appropriate rehabilitation in order to prevent those incarcerated from becoming a repeated candidate for the system . The United States need to focus more on assuring that when the individual is released he or she has been taught the skill necessary for a successful life from there on Further . Instead our judicial system propose a “Tough on crime attitude.” Those Incarcerated are likely to return back to jail or get severed and additional amount of time while incarcerated The surroundings and conditions in which ones is sought to serve his time is unsafe mentally and physically .according to and a anonymous interviewer that would peferred his name not be mention but said he would share his experience said that he was originally convicted for a drug offense when he was 18 years of age and…
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