First, step P stands for punishment, for enforcing punishment displays that child did something wrong and that the wrong doing will not be tolerated. However, Children try to wangle out of punishment and parents give in because punishment feels like a burden on the parent. Therefore, if punishment is not enforced it shows the child that the crime committed was perfectly fine leaving the child callow. Furthermore, the program P.A.S.T. co...
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...for punishment where children are placed in a special detention school and are not allowed to go home or to have any contact with peers for the time that the judge sentenced for them to be detained. After leaving the detention school children will be brought to step A standing for assess at the Louisiana State Penitentiary the children will be assessed and shown the jail. After leaving the jail children will enter step S standing for show sediment when all the child’s love ones will be there to tell their child how much they care and how proud they are of them. Finally, the children will placed with a mentor to keep them on the path to a better future. Punishment, assessment, showing sediment, and helping the children thrive we hope to lower the crime rates in New Orleans excessively and assist the children of New Orleans to prominent future full of accomplishment.
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