Facts about Serial Killers -A serial is someone who has murdered three or more people over a period of more than month. -According to the FBI, more than 70% of serial killers experienced problems related to substance abuse. -Most serial killers suffered child abuse. Neglect and child abuse not only impairs a child’s self esteem , they also interfere with his or her ability to function in society. -Former FBI Special Agent Robert K. Ressler (1937–2013) is the man credited with coining the term “serial killer” in 1971 -Almost all serial killers admit that they started by acting out their fantasies on small animals before they moved to humans and that animal torture brought them a great source of pleasure.
Conclusion A. Ex-convicts are human beings B. It could be you C. Ex-convicts needs a Second Chance Ethical Treatment of Ex-convicts In the United States, there are millions of people who are imprison for various offences from murder to armed robbery, drunk driving, gang related offences, rape, drugs offences such as marijuana, crack cocaine, heroin, assault, child abuse, etc. the ethical treatment of ex-convicts right needs to look at by society and employers. Throughout the years, there are many who have been in incarceration and out with no hope of a second chance in life especially at the job market. Have we as a society done enough to help our brothers, sisters, fathers, mothers, aunts, uncles, and friends in regards to helping them to reintegration into society?
Most of the time sex with another inmate is payment enough to feed their need for drugs. For the inmates that refuse to have sex with other inmates there are other things to sell. These inmates will sell sneakers, shampoo, cigarettes, or gifts from family members. These dope fiends sooner or later run up a bill and cannot pay. These inmates usually end in protective custody, (Wynn, 1996).
Those classed as criminals found the group subdivided further into BV’s and SV’s. BV’s were criminals who had served several short stays in the camps and had been sentenced to another one. SV’s were in secure custody and were serving long term sentences. Homosexuals were classed as part of the “shiftless element” group and post-war research found that they were especially pick-out by guards for appalling treatment and their fatality rate in the camps was very high. All concentration camp inmates had to wear a sign on their clothing that indicated what group they were from.
Prevention and Mitigation Analysis Theresa L. Redden CJA/560 October 24, 2011 Steven Schneider, Instructor Prevention and Mitigation Analysis Violence and disturbances are not uncommon occurrences in prisons across the United States and probably throughout the world. The prison system is full of individuals who although generally may not have been what society would consider violent people, but at some point in their life, they made a decision to commit one violent act, if not many, that landed them in the penal system. The incident on January 18, 2004 at the Arizona Lewis Prison Complex historically was one of the worst altercations to happen within the walls of a prison in the United States of America. With a lot of idle time
- an incarceration rate unprecedented in U.S. History. Is incarceration in the US is one of the main forms of punishment for the commission of a felony and other offenses. When there are over a million people incarcerated throughout the United States, the ethical treatment of prisoner’s rights must be analyzed. Throughout the years many modifications have been made to accommodate inmates and preserve their human rights. We, as a society has done enough regarding this issue because the punishment don’t even fit the crime now.
Psychopaths are productive in society, have elements of emotion, and share correlated brain patterns with the “normal” people that are classified as non-psychopathic. Most psychopaths aren’t noticed until they commit a crime or until they make news headlines that read something like, “Violent Psychopath Accused of Murdering 12”. However, there are some psychopaths that carry on “normal” lives while maintaining stable jobs. Not every psychopath is a Jeffery Dahmer or Ted Bundy, and surprisingly psychopaths can be useful in many different professions of today’s society. A psychopath is classified as someone who lacks empathy and a conscience.
In fact it is almost perpetual to all in the community. As one person dies or goes to jail another will inevitably take his position as a drug dealer or addict. In a way, most of these boys have their futures already decided for them without any potential for anything different. This idea is furthered in narrator’s reaction with Sonny’s friend, also an addict. He truly highlights how prevalent drug use is in the community.
Cases of juveniles being abused both physically and sexually as well as the suffering they endure in adult prisons have been rampant in the world today. Luck of proper facilities, information and law enforcement officers being left at their own discretion to decide on where to hold a minor when they are arrested have largely contributed to this problem. The question that everybody asks is how do you handle underage criminals who are a threat to public safety without exposing them to more harm? Statistics show that majority of the victims who commit suicides in jail are underage. As much as jails are meant to correct bad behaviors, there is a loophole when it comes to distinction between juvenile and adult jail.
They don’t want to become known as the “snitch”. In recent studies, it has been found out that in the United States prisons alone, an estimated 364,000 males and female inmates were sexually assaulted in one year. Any young inmates that are physically small or weak, have a mental illness, are known as the “snitches”, are not in a gang, or convicted of any sexual crimes are at a higher risk of being the victim of sexual assault. Inmate suicide has been going on for years and is a problem that has not decreased. Newly arrested people who have been taken to a local jail