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ID number:795444
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Published: 06.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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The prison system in an integral part of every country. In order for a country to provide safety for its citizens, the prison system must be operating smoothly. Prison overcrowding occurs when a penitentiary must accommodate more inmates than it was originally built for. Overcrowding in prisons is a major obstacle in providing complete safety for Canadian citizens. Currently of the 49 federal institutions in Canada, 28 are considered to be overcrowded (8 of 13 in Ontario are overcrowded) (Correctional Services Canada). Overcrowding leads to the loss of much needed federal money, dangerous conditions for both prisoners and guards alike, and to the early release of many violent offenders. In order to fix the problem of prison overcrowding in Canada, it is imperative to create better rehabilitation programs, sentence less inmates to imprisonment, and implement capital punishment.
A very large amount of money is spent annually on the prison system. This includes the maintenance of prisons, employment of staff, but most importantly the cost to imprison an inmate. Prison overcrowding drastically increases the sum of money needed to operate prisons.…

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