“We can make prisons better but we cannot make them work,” said Peter Moskos, author of Cop in the Hood. “Prisons will always fail at their goal of reducing crime because rehabilitation, if it stands any chance of success, must be separated from incarceration” (Page, 2011).
Take a position. Do you agree or disagree that correctional institutions are obligated to rehabilitate prisoners who have the opportunity to be released?
First, title your initial post either “Correctional institutions are obligated to rehabilitate prisoners who have the opportunity to be released,” or “Correctional institutions are not obligated to rehabilitate prisoners who have the opportunity to be released.”
Then, using the information gained in this course and the resources noted above, make your case. Be sure to build your case with factual resources. Consider the following questions as you make your case:
In response to your peers, consider how well they justified their positions, making use of available resources. Consider the following questions in your response posts:
Page, D. (December 20, 2011). The prison of the future. Retrieved from https://www.officer.com/command-hq/corrections/article/10565743/the-prison-of-the-future
To complete this assignment, review the Discussion Rubric.
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