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Posted almost 5 years ago

 

if , after kids were put in juvenile, we sent them to bootcamp, for three to six months, they wouldnt be so violent and they would not want to come back to juvenile , we would have less, crime amongst our children, if they were treated in a military discipline, when they thought there were the baddest things walking,because militray discipline would make them think they way there  are suppose to, and become a BETTER , for our society , and there would be less crime . the rate would go down amongst children, and parent killings and teacher killings, there are going to be leaders of of future , we are going to age, what do we want around us in our older years 

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Rate This | Posted almost 5 years ago

 

great ideas forensic but unfortunately gang members are joining the military soley to gain combat training to apply in their every day street lives. I saw a report on it here on a local NJ news channel, they even went as far as to show video footage of a trained marine with blood ties placing a b.s. robbery in progress call, lying inwait for the police then went after him in methodical military moves so as to corner the cop with no escape route. great ideas but very unlikely, just my .02 cents

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Rate This | Posted almost 5 years ago

 

How many times have you been to "Start for an out of control Juvenile" call? We get these all the time because the kids don't want to go to school, do their homework, eat their veggies, and so on. You really want to reduce crime in the juvenile age range start with the parents. These people who can't or don't control their children are the problem. My three year old loved to spit his milk on his two year old brother. Early bedtime and no chocolate milk for a week fixed that problem. However, it seems to be the norm for parents to say "Boys will be boys." or They are just a kid. True they are but they learn RULES and RESPECT from their parents. Parents need to be the punishers and need to lay out the ground rules for their offspring to follow. If they see mommy and daddy yelling at the police on a traffic stop guess what they learn, or don't learn in this case, RESPECT.


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Rate This | Posted almost 5 years ago

 

I wish that were 100% true. I work with all kinds of inmates including those sentenced to boot camp and for various reasons many return. Many of those I supervise have also done boot camp at either the county or private level prior to arriving to us.


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