Crime and punishment: Types of punishments

Review the 5 different types of punishments

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1. What is deterrence?

  • the criminal is taken out of society permentantly or for a period of time
  • Public satisfaction that the criminal has been dealt with
  • Stops other people comitting the crime
  • Re-introduction into society
  • Where the criminal has to pay for damages through fines or community service
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2. What is Restitution?

  • Public satisfaction that the criminal has been dealt with
  • Stops other people comitting the crime
  • Re-introduction into society
  • Where the criminal has to pay for damages through fines or community service
  • the criminal is taken out of society permentantly or for a period of time

3. What is retribution?

  • Public satisfaction that the criminal has been dealt with
  • Stops other people comitting the crime
  • Where the criminal has to pay for damages through fines or community service
  • Re-introduction into society
  • When the criminal is taken out of society permentantly or for a period of time

4. What is removal?

  • the criminal is taken out of society permentantly or for a period
  • Where the criminal has to pay for damages through fines or community service
  • Re-introduction into society
  • Stops other people comitting the crime
  • Public satisfaction that the criminal has been dealt with

5. What is Rehabilitation?

  • Public satisfaction that the criminal has been dealt with
  • Where the criminal has to pay for damages through fines or community service
  • Stops other people comitting the crime
  • Re-introduction into society
  • the criminal is taken out of society permentantly or for a period of time

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