63%
Yes
37%
No
63%
Yes
37%
No

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 @9PDNDMW from Oregon answered…8hrs8H

in some cases yes, like drug possession, the first arrest is programs, if there's a second it should be incarceration.

 @8HF6KRQ  from California answered…4 days4D

Yes, only after part of the prison sentence has been completed and those convicted are willing to be rehabilitated

 @9P3JCM7 from Michigan answered…5 days5D

Prisons, jails, etc. should be abolished and local communities should be in charge of rehabilitation and reintegration.

 @9NYXFKH from Indiana answered…7 days7D

A lot of offenders are bad people and the victims would be scared of them. It would depend on the person the victims and the community.

 @9NWKVKZ from New York answered…1wk1W

Allow only for crimes that can be rehabilitated and do not allow for severe crimes. For instance, Sex offenders cannot be rehabilitated

 @9NV3CVZ from Massachusetts answered…1wk1W

Yes but only if it is run by an independent agency and not a political group. And the program should include community service, education and church attendance.

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