Forms of Punishment

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Protection
Protecting the general public from the criminal - for example, putting an arsonist in prison.
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Retribution
The criminal having done to them what they did - for example, a murderer facing the death penalty.
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Reformation
Helping the criminal to change from their old ways - for example, teaching a thief legal ways to earn money.
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Deterrence
Putting future criminals off of committing a crime, and preventing reoffenders - for example, a fine for speeding.
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Vindication
The criminal must be punished in order for the law to be respected - this covers all types of punishment.
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Reparation
Making up for the crime committed, or giving something back to society - for example, community service.
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The criminal having done to them what they did - for example, a murderer facing the death penalty.

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Retribution

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Helping the criminal to change from their old ways - for example, teaching a thief legal ways to earn money.

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Card 4

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Putting future criminals off of committing a crime, and preventing reoffenders - for example, a fine for speeding.

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Card 5

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The criminal must be punished in order for the law to be respected - this covers all types of punishment.

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