Why do criminals commit another offence after being punished?

Many offenders commit more crimes after serving the first punishment. Why’s this happening, and what measures can be taken to tackle this problem? It’s true that some criminals commit crimes again after they’ve been punished.

While there are several reasons for this alarming trend, some effective measures can be taken by governments to tackle this problem. There are two main reasons for re-offenders. Firstly, the prison system can create the situation worse. Criminals keep together in prison and they create friends with other offenders. While they’re locked up in prison, they don’t have much to do there, and they’d exchange information about what they’ve done before they came to the prison or they may map crimes with other inmates. Secondly, offenders often don’t have any other means of earning money. They’re poor, uneducated and lacking skills needed to support a job.

 Also, a criminal record makes finding a work challenging as people generally avert hiring ex-convict. To solve this problem, governments should focus on rehabilitation of criminals rather than punishment. Over all, prisons necessity vocational training which makes inmates to prepare for life exterior the prison. They can memorise practical skills such as computer programming, car maintenance and graphic design. In this way, they can be hired for a position that requires this certain information and skills.

Community service is another way to reform offenders. Rather than being locked up in prison with other inmates, offenders can assistance society and become ful to their local community, and these activities would get rid of the negative influence that prisons can have. In conclusion, it’s true the re-offenders are one of the problems in our community; it can be solved by focusing rehabilitation rather than punishment itself.