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MessagePosté: Sam 10 Fév 2018 11:16 
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emotional pressure and often justify their activities by placing fault on the victim for starting any ignore. If a jail term costs the Condition (in the U. s. Kingdom) roughly £22,000 per tst 11 prisoner annually, the cost of jail therapy must create this figure out even higher. Can the Condition really justify the cost of such therapy when, at best, only a little community of billed customers will not turn going back to their risky activities upon release. Victims of kid molestation have such pressure that their way of life are customized definitely and absolutely. Given that this is so, the need for penalties of violators and rights for patients, both in the scene of the victim(s) and team normally is quite marked. The key of due procedure and just deserts guarantees that each legal can only be tried and sentenced for the legal activity for which they are before the assess (though sentencing does consider any potential upcoming risk and any previous offences). So what do we do with those violators who quickly recognize that their alerts to harm [against children] are so unmanageable they cannot assurance they will stop? With jails so congested now, can we justify maintaining all kid molesters in prison, not least because of the cost-effective cost? The public seem to believe that "locking them up and wasting the key" is the answer; place all kid molesters on an island with no way out and castrating those who do harm, even once, is the only way to handle with kid customers. Can we justify, financially or fairly, maintaining any legal who has not killed, in prison indeterminately until we (or the public?) choose they are no more a threat? What about ongoing and obvious monitoring of all released kid customers (the cost of which would be enormous)? Some therapy programs are known to operate. There are circumstances where reoffending has been reduced, though this only is appropriate to reconviction costs. Should we allow ourselves to focus on such a few in expectation that resulting in bigger figures of successes? If we can (and do) seem able to lower the risky activities in kid customers on a small-scale, why can we not create this few even

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