If there is an increase in the number of prisons in a country, it becomes clear that the sanctioning power of the laws of that country is powerless and the sanctioning power of prisons is reduced. But the fact that the penalties are a deterrent will prevent the commission of a crime. The decrease in crimes will reduce the need for prisons. The fact that a person with a large number of criminal records has been released for theft does not mean that that person will not commit a crime. In other places, the same person is involved in a crime. His criminal record doesn’t matter at all, unless there is a sanction. I don’t think that a sanction such as a criminal record of someone who has already done something that is legally illegal will prevent him. Inflation in the country will bring an increase in unemployment, as well as crime. He will begin to commit a lot of crimes, not only theft and extortion. The state of wholesale slaughter already leads to an even greater increase in crime, whether it is a sharp instrument in his hand or a rifle that he uses for hunting.
In addition, thousands of detainees who were outside with pandemic amnesty were waiting to enter on a certain date. According to reports at the time, some criminals had said, “if we had entered in the winter, we would not have paid for electricity from natural gas”. It’s a positive development if they’re going to put criminals in prison. But when you catch a person who has committed a burglary in the red and hand him over to the police station, his work ends faster than you at the police station and he goes home earlier than you
And here’s the thing, we should be doing more prisons than schools right now, because if we eliminate criminals first, it will be easier to educate those who are left behind. For example, think of a child whose father went to prison and got out in a short time, his uncle did, his uncle did, and when they got out, they would probably praise that child in prison. This child is no longer afraid to commit crimes, and even worse, these crimes are no longer bad for him. Because a person’s father, uncle, uncle, maybe his mother never seems like a bad person in your eyes. Especially for a child of that age. But if someone around this child commits a crime and receives a really severe punishment, this child will grow up thinking that he is a bad person now, that the crime is a bad thing, and he will be afraid of it.
If the function of prisons is to reform the criminal, and crime rates are never decreasing despite prisons, I wonder if it is necessary to look at different alternatives instead of making prisons? So, for example, if a criminal man is walking down the street while a man is walking down the street, and a lot of people are coming in and out of simple issues, you need to think about other things.