How are types and aims of punishment associated with each other?

Different methods are used to punish criminals for their offences. Each punishment is associated with different aims.

PunishmentHow this meets an aim of punishment
Prisondeterrence/protection/reformation
Electronic taggingdeterrence/protection
Finesretribution/reparation
Community servicereformation/retribution
Capital punishmentprotection/deterrence
Probationreform/vindication

What is the current UK law about capital punishment?

Capital punishment is illegal in the UK. It was abolished for murder in 1965 and abolished for all crimes in 1998. In 2004 the UK agreed not to restore the death penalty for as long as it is part of the European Convention.

Which of the aims of punishment are met by capital punishment?

Capital punishment aims to protect society, deter others from committing crime, and compensate the victims of the crime (reparation).