I'm less likely to want to punish the guy that stole $2.5 million of some corporation's money (unless some of it was mine) than I am the guy who broke into a house to steal a tv. Call it what you want, that's just me; and I think most people feel the same. If you can maneuver and blend within society, society is more likely to accept you. That's a basic trait of society.
So, if you're looking for a "solution" in addition to punishment, I suggest first admitting that the welfare state has failed. 2nd, eliminate support of the "anti-social" immediately. And, 3rd, wait about 15-30 years for the current anti-social generation to age. During that time, use harsh punishment and long jail terms for offenses demonstrating a lack of knowledge about what society expects.