The definition of a perfect society is elusive because it means different things to different people. In my opinion, it is a crime-free society and an investment in education can make it a reality.
When living in a perfect society that crime does not exist, residents no longer feel apprehensive about potential dangers. There is example to support that idea that the children's safety. Instead of spending much time supervising children, their parents are likely to allow them to school or playground without fear of abduction. As a result, both parents and children are in the comfort of making a productive day. Another instance involves the safety of women. In a world without robbery, women might confidently wear expensive clothes and jewelry. Apart from this, women are able to go out at night and come home as late as they want without anxiety about rapists.
It is impossible to create a perfect society, I believe that the government would significantly restrict criminals. In many parts of the world, a great deal of children cannot afford to go to schools. Thus, they would often end up with menial works and some even turn to criminals to make a living. The simplest reason is that those people lack basic knowledge to compete for employments. Therefore, education is the chief solution to prevent people from falling into a life of crime. For example, France is one of the best countries in terms of education system, but there is no need to pay tuition fees. As a result, the massive number of children going to school leads to a dramatic reduction in crime rates in this country.
In conclusion, I think that criminals do not have to a place to live in an ideal society. But to creating a crime-free world, the government must increase its investment in education as much as possible.