The Poor Impuse Control and Mental Disorders in the Trails of Offender, which is observed in the Criminal Proceedings
This study focuses on poor impulse control and mental disorders in the trials of offenders, which are observed in criminal proceedings. There have been cases where crime offenders having genetic mental disorders, tend to show less self-control of their offenses. Studies have concluded that federal authorities treat these offenders more badly compared to normal offenders. It is also believed that the negative incidents that occurred in the childhood of these offenders have promoted criminal behaviors in the people (Dargis & Koenigs, 2017). criminals having mental disorders need to be given proper treatment, which is neglected by the authorities on a larger scale. This research paper focuses on the study, to provide special healthcare for these criminals because it can reduce the criminal activities in such people and help them in becoming good citizens. For this purpose, appropriate rehabilitation programs should be put in order to effectively deal with mentally ill criminal offenders, which can improve their criminal behaviors.
Many studies in the past have discussed criminal attitudes in young people and the reasons for these activities. Rosen & Teasdale (2016) analyzed the effects of health treatment on the mental illness of criminal offenders. The results in the study declared that the ongoing rehabilitation programs had a positive impact on the offenders. However, the genetic disorder has a bad influence on offenders which results in complex behavior patterns. Franklin (2014) suggested that the treatment programs should be directly interacted with the doctors/psychiatrists to improve the effects of treatments.
Dargis, Newman & Koenigs (2016) did research on the relation between childhood memories and the mental disorders influencing criminal patterns. The study concluded that impulsive disorder and childhood abuse are the most common elements in the rise of criminal injustice in adults. The findings evaluated that, the offenders tend to impose fear on other people (Dargis, Newman & Koenigs, 2016). Thus, it can be treated by applying rehabilitation services for the offenders.
It is important to have treatments set for criminal offenders who have a mental illness because if they are not being treated or considered properly, it will bring more harm to society and the justice system (Moore, Stuewig & Tangney, 2016). It is also important for the criminal’s health as well, which might be the cause of such genetic disorders. However, this paper will provide the techniques which will help in establishing treatment programs for criminal offenders.
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