As the economy continues maintain a high level of un-employment, crime becomes more enticing for much of society in order to sustain/maintain living conditions for many. Our judicial system is forced to face this evolving problem through probation and incarceration to sustain social norms and punish deviant behaviors. Based on the classification of the crime committed, an individual can be tried in state and federal courts that can result in being incarcerated in state or federal institutions. Though much of society associates prison with civilian criminals, the military at large convicts service members who've violated the Uniform Code of Military Justice that can result in military incarceration. Below we'll discuss education, training, and preparation for state, federal, and military prisoners being released back into society after their incarceration.
The concept of incarceration is to rehabilitate those individuals who've committed a crime against society so their able to reenter and become productive members of society. Different by branches, military prisoners receive training and education just like civilian counterparts to either return to duty or civilian life after incarceration. Military prisoners receive counseling that ranges from stress management to substance abuse to reduce/alleviate addictions. Military prisoners are also able to receive vocational training and education while incarcerated under programs that include, but isn't ...
The solution discusses the state, federal and military prisoners.