Finally, we need to recognize and address the inherent prejudices that act as an obstacle to justice. Everyone should have their day at the fair in court. Everyone must be considered innocent until proven guilty. Once a person has been found guilty, the goal of conviction must be the safety of the community. In the short term, this means holding the perpetrators accountable for their actions and removing them from society if necessary. In the long term, this means providing incarcerated or unrelated offenders with the tools to become productive members of society and remove the obstacles they face. Successful results can only be achieved if we offer addiction and psychosocial services, educational and employment opportunities, family reunification and a support system. Reducing relapse rates is not only moral and fair, but also inexpensive and better for the community.