Yes I agree with you to a point however lets say a thief who continues to rob and rob I would not trust him and would always lock my doors. But if this thief found it very very hard in prison he would think twice about doing it again would he not? most of these people are on benefits or low paid jobs no excuse to rob someone house as this is utter despicable make prisons hard take away all there perks and just watch the re offending rate drop.. Think someone is USA done it and it has been proven but just my opinion.. Wow bet there all screwing about these posts haha nothing to do with lgo
Prison might be too easy, personally I don't know I haven't been there. But that's my point, its a matter of character isn't it. If you basically had an honest character, then you wouldn't go on to commit further crimes just because the bird is easy. You would move on and not commit further crimes. If most criminals thought like this then re-conviction rates would be very low. Most of these guys just can't help themselves. They commit crimes over and over again until they commit a crime and get caught and then get taken out of circulation for a long time. Its sad but true.
Haha very deep but reconviction rates are high because most are career criminals and also the jails are a holiday camp and people are not scarred to go too prison because there so easy.. TV gym football everyday snooker canteen playstation is it any wonder the cycle continues..
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