While the current criminal justice system functions on a model is evidence-based and ascertains what is practical, it surely lacks the opportunity for innovation and an intelligible plan for ex-offender reintegration. Instead, the criminal justice system has a shortfall model for the reintegration of ex-convicts based on risks and needs (Williams and Vega). This model employs risk-oriented approaches to monitor former convicts closely using new technologies such as urine testing, cctvs, and connected devices and computers.
First, this law is discriminative ethnically. Research shows that the law makes it harder for former African American convicts to get jobs than whites ones. Second, the law contributes to potential increases in crime indirectly rather than curb it (Williams and Vega).
I think this law is helpful but unlikely to succeed. The law will certainly work in favor of people with criminal records but not over the long run. The law has become more popular amongst certain states because of financial limits and not yearning to help ex-offenders. However, I am in favor of the laws and reforms because broaden the employment opportunities of ex-convicts after their correctional rehabilitation, lower crime rates, and boost state