In response to the rising number of juvenile offenders and the huge cost of traditional imprisonment, there is a growing number of boot camps in the United States. Though there is increased knowledge concerning the nature and ineffectiveness of boot camps, most parents refer their children to boot camps and become frustrated. This is because most boot camps do not address the root cause of the defiant behavior (Welsh et al 2014). Instead, boot camps create aggressive and punishing environments that offend most of the juveniles. Most juvenile develop the attitude that boot camps are facilities developed to punish their behavior and is not different from prison confinement. Several studies have revealed inc0reased recidivism for participant of boot camps with aggressive environment (Ostrowsky 2005).