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Difference Between Jail and Prisons
Jails are most often run by police / sheriffs and are designed to hold individuals who are waiting to be tried or a to serving sentences for short period of time.
Prisons are operated by state governments and Bureau of prisons they are designed to hold individuals convicted of crimes, time is set in the court of law.
Relationship between jails and prisons.
Prisons houses people for a conviction of crime while Jails operate work release programs,hold before in lockups before trials. They relate in that they are both incapacitation and retribution programs.........................................
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-Incapacitate means that the offender is kept in a secluded place from causing harm while retribution means that the offender is paying back to the society
-Both jail and prison are correcting facilities meant to change behavior of individual, prison makes
- Make criminals to reduce in doing crimes , it deters them because they can learn from the result of committing a criminal.
What would happen if both jail and prison were combined.
Governance and cost
The government burden of payment of two facilities will reduce. This is because the administrators and staff will reduce in number
Rate of imprisonment. The probability of being sentenced will be high because the process will be simpler ,saves resources , time and administration difficulty.
Congestion. Its obvious that the number of inmates will overcrowd in a one particular locality.
Discipline. It would be difficult to control discipline because of the information of those being jailed on the prison department.
. It will not give a convicted person an opportunity to appeal to cases.
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