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Jul 13, 2022
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An inmate who was serving a sentence left the prison in his car without being stopped by guards. You might think this is happening in a dangerous place - one with a high rate of criminals recidivism. But in fact, this happened in Denmark, a country with a very low recidivism rate compared to other countries, and Jailbird's documentary , where one of the prisoners' daily job was to drive out of the prison to pick up other prisoners who were about to go to prison . He thought it was the best job in prison because he felt as free as a bird. Prisons in Denmark can be divided into two systems: closed photo background removing prisons and open prisons. Serious criminals or criminals considered dangerous are incarcerated in closed prisons with relatively strict control; however, for minor crimes such as theft or serious criminals who have been incarcerated for a period of time and behave well , will be imprisoned in an open prison with no walls or only low walls, such as the prison mentioned at the beginning of this article is one of the open prisons. The most important concept of open prisons is "normalization", that is, prisoners who are ready to return to society can live a near-normal life in prison. Prisoners don’t look like prisons, but like student dormitories or higher-level residences; all aspects of life are almost the same as dormitory life: they can freely use kitchen knives to cut vegetables; family and friends can come to their rooms for dinner or even stay in One night; free activities between 6:30 am and 9:30 pm every day, such as playing chess or ball with other inmates; Christmas guards and prisoners will have a Christmas party together. The most representative of all Denmark's open prisons is Pension Skejby. The Danish government found that with low crime and low incarceration rates, this prison had an oversupply of 26 rooms, so it rented 10 rooms to students, allowing prisoners and prisoners. Innocent students live together. In general cognition, prison is a kind of punishment, and according to common theories, there are four main purposes of punishment: deterrence, deterrence, education, and retribution. Some people reading this can't help but question the Danish prison system, or start from these four levels to criticize such prisons for failing
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