topic : research suggests that the majority of criminals who are sent to prison would commit crimes when set free? what are the reasons? what can be done to solve the problem ?

Based on the social community research, it is found that there has an alarming rate of reoffence in criminals after being released. My essay will discuss certain causes of this phenomenon and then I will suggest some measures to tackle those heightened concerns.

The major percentage of ex- prisoners returning to crime might be attributed to certain reasons. The first cause is that previously convicted individuals have to face significant challenges when re- entering labour market. In reality, the career opportunities seem to be little to no for the ex- convicts because being put in jail means that these peole will lack the essential skills and qualifications which are necessary for highly – requiring jobs as today. Another reason which should not be ignored is the subtle discrimination and prejudice of society. This is because the individuals with a stigma of incarceration are considered as a burden and glaring hazard for the public welfares and security leading to being isolated from the normal life. Living in the prolonged social alienation will drive these former prisoners more depressed and dispirited which make them easily fall prey to crimes again.

However, there are several measures to alleviate this challenging issue. one of the most effective ways is for the government to open the educational and vocational courses during their detention period. Thanks to these programs, these ex- offenders can stand on their own feet with the stable income instead of commiting repeated crimes when being set free, Moreover, the ex-detainees themselves need express the genuine repentance for their sins and the aspiration for rehabilitation accompanied by the encouragement from relatives and surrounding community which will makes them become more optimistic and beneficial for society.

In conclusion, the criminal repeatition of ex - offenders can be explained two reasons namely the difficulties in securing jobs and rehabilitating communities. This problem could be mitigated if people who ever commited crime receive the assistance of governments as well as putting their effort to harmonize with the social life.

topic : research suggests that the majority of criminals who are sent to prison would commit crimes when set free? what are the reasons? what can be done to solve the problem ?


You did not copy the topic accurately.



Based on the social community research, it is found that there has is an alarming rate of reoffence recidivism. in criminals after being released. (rate of recidivism is the precise term. Otherwise, " there is a growing tendency for criminals to reoffend after their release.") My essay will discuss certain causes of this phenomenon and then I will suggest some measures to tackle those heightened concerns.


It is substandard form to mention your essay or to "announce" to the reader what you are going to write. It is far better to write a thesis statement. This is the main point of your essay.

For example, here is a thesis statement for your essay:

Today's society is generally inhospitable to ex-convicts in terms of their restarting a successful and happy life, but there are remedies that we can take to rehabilitate them to be productive citizens.


The majority percentage of ex- prisoners returning to crime might be attributed to two primary certain (Not a good word. Everything has certain reasons. Be specific.) reasons. The first cause is that previously convicted individuals have to face significant challenges when re- entering the labour market. In reality, the career opportunities seem to be little to none for the ex- convicts because being put in jail means that these peole will lack the essential skills and qualifications which are necessary for most highly – requiring jobs as today. Another reason which should not be ignored is the subtle discrimination and prejudice of society. This is because the individuals with a stigma of incarceration are considered as a burden and glaring hazard for the public safety welfares and security. This leads to their leading to being isolated from the normal life. Living in the prolonged social alienation will drive these former prisoners to being more depressed and dispirited which make them easily fall prey to crimes again.

However, there are several measures to address alleviate this challenging issue. one of the most effective ways is for the government to offer open the educational and vocational courses during their detention period. Thanks to these programs, these ex- offenders can stand on their own feet with a the stable income instead of commiting repeated crimes when being set free, Moreover, the ex-detainees ex-cons themselves need to express the genuine repentance for their crimes. sins (Wrong word. A sin is an offense against God. It is a religious term. For example, eating beef is a sin for a Hindu and eating pork is a sin for a Muslim.) and the aspiration Their strong desire for rehabilitation accompanied by the encouragement from relatives and surrounding community which will makes them become more optimistic honest and beneficial for society.

In conclusion, the criminal repeatition of ex - offenders can be explained two reasons namely the difficulties in securing jobs and rehabilitation rehabilitating communities. This problem could be mitigated if people who ever commited commit a crime receive the assistance of governments as well as putting their effort to harmonize with become part of civil society. the social life.

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