Some people who have been in prison become good citizens later. Some people think that they are the best people to talk to school students about the danger of committing a crime. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
The number of juvenile delinquents is rising at an alarming speed. Some people may claim that ex-prisoners who have become good citizens are the most desired people to talk about the dangers of crimes. However, I disagree with this opinion.
Admittedly, it is an effective method to invite the reformed ex-prisoners to inform students of the frustrating outcomes of breaking the law. The key reason lies in the fact that serving a prison sentence is not a happy experience. When the youth are exposed to the stories of life in jails, they will be deterred and realize how unpleasant it is to be imprisoned. For example, the ones in prison have to be separated from their families and under the risks of being bullied by the evil roommates. In this case, when the school attendants hear about this, they will be less likely to get involved in the illegal activities. There will be a guarantee that their future can be on the right track.
However, this does not automatically mean that delivering a speech by the ex-prisoners can absolutely educate students and help them build up the correct value system. After all, in the experience of meeting and learning from someone who has suffered in prison can be disturbing for some students, especially for the girls. They may be shocked and horrified. In this case, there should also be some much softer ways to keep students away from offending the law. For example, the Ministry of Education can work with some animation companies to produce cartoons which spontaneously show the triumph of the justice over the devil. From observing the happy ending of law-abiding ones, these innocents can be encouraged to stay away from violating the law.
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