Some say that
who have been imprisoned can change and become law-abiding citizens.
, it is argued that they are the best
to talk to youngsters about all the dangers of criminal life. I totally disagree with these statements as a high percentage of
re-offend and there are representatives of law who can give more useful information.
who committed a crime are less likely to become good citizens. The fact that their brain and psyche accepted
behaviour reduces the chances to improve as an individual.
In other words
, it is highly likely that the crime will be repeated again because there is a certain behavioural pattern in their brain. In similar situations,
pattern may force to reiterate the actions made when committing a crime.
, statistics show that former
re-offend in 8 cases out of 10.
, in most cases,
are not great speakers and may experience difficulties in delivering the right message to teenagers.
, a great number of them are
without any educational background.
, it is better to talk to
who work in jails as they see all the environment and situation.
, police officers and lawyers see more dangerous situations and unusual cases in life than an average offender.
In conclusion, I disagree that criminals can become good citizens and that they are the best persons to talk to teenagers. I would recommend talking to representatives of law working in prisons as they may give better information about the lives of