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  • White Collar Crime And White Collar Crimes

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    White collar crimes have very distinguishing features that convey a different standard than any other set of crimes that are committed within the judicial system. Consequently, these features are what make white collar crimes not only hard to identify that a crime has occurred, but also the cost and extent of the crimes. First white-collar crimes are not oblivious to those around them, unlike street crimes where you realize that a crime has been committed. Unlike a murder or burglary, the signs

  • Black Collar Crime : White Collar

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    Introduction: Sometimes known as the ‘victimless’ crime, White Collar Crime includes crimes such as fraud, embezzlement and, more often than not, results in the criminal profiting money-wise which is one of the biggest lures into White Collar Crime (WCC). WCC, has become more and more easier and accessible as businesses move closer towards technology and further away from paper documents which makes it easier to commit WCC as, if you knew what you were doing, you could cover your tracks easier than

  • Black Collar Crimes And White Collar Crime

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    explaining what white collar crime in its introduction. The paper will then explain the distinct types of white collar crimes, after that different case study’s will be presented from the book to give examples of the diverse types of white collar crimes. After that the paper will talk about the diverse ways to combat white collar crimes while also going over the challenges law enforcement face when fighting white collar crime. Finally, the author will give his conclusion on white collar crime.

  • The Significance Of White Collar Crime, And White Collar Crimes

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    word ‘crime,’ we automatically assume that it involves criminal or civil crimes. These crimes usually involve people in robberies, murders, or even injuries. However, there are also crimes that are committed by a company or a business. Business crimes or white collar crimes are crimes committed by a businesses or government professional. These crimes are often committed using confidential information attained by an individual to commit fraud. There are diverse types of white collar crimes, including

  • White Collar Crime

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    Welcome to the age of white collar crime. A time when the words thieves and businessmen go hand in hand. White collar criminals don't get their hands dirty in their work. They use their heads to get what they want instead of using a little muscle. These criminals are just as dangerous as the rapists and murderers. In these times, even the most seemingly respectable people are suspected of white collar crimes. President Clinton and the first lady Hillary Clinton have been tangled up in the Whitewater

  • White Collar Crime : The Failure Of White Collar Crime

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    those who are rich and powerful as crimes (Reiman). “When white collar criminals are prosecuted and convicted their sentences tend to be lenient when judged by the cost their crimes have imposed on society (Remain).” This day and age, crime is not restricted to street violence, an atrociously, inconspicuous crime has made its way to center stage, has made its way to center stage, but not across the minds of many Americans or various news stories. “White Collar crime is a comparatively new form of deviance

  • The And White Collar Crime

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    1. Literature Review Crimes have been occurring in our society for many years and recently the occurrence of non-violent crimes has increased dramatically. Traditional and white collar crimes have two traits in common, an objective and a modus operandi, but the major difference is that a white collar criminal has a plan and also the ability, knowledge and technology to execute it (Nevis, 2012). White-collar crimes can occur at any occupational level and affects all parts of society, from big businesses

  • Blue Collar Crimes

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    Crimes are commonly broken down to and classified into one of three categories: blue collar crimes, white color crimes and green collar crimes. Blue collar crimes are basically described as crimes that are committed by a lower social class unlike white collar crimes are more likely to be committed by people from a higher social class. Examples of blue collar crimes are: Armed Robbery, Assault/Battery, Burglary, Shoplifting and Forgery. Now that doesn’t mean that people from a higher social class

  • Street Crime And White Collar Crimes

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    economic crimes goes up as well. Either it’s the street crimes or the white-collar crimes/corporate crimes but which of is a wide spread crime. Street crime and white-collar crimes affect the people negatively. You would be hurting yourself and others. Even though, street crimes are more violent then the white-collar. White collar effect you devastating you finacially and emotionally. Street crimes are more generally physical effect. White-collar crimes have financial issue and street crime have safety

  • White Collar Crime : Criminal Law And White-Collar Crime

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    Criminal law and white-collar crime Last name/First name Institution Affiliation The concept of white-collar crime was first explained in the field of criminology by a professor known as Edwin Sutherland in the year 1941 (Sutherland, Geis & Goff, 1983). He defined this type of crime as a one which is committed by persons of respectability and high social class in the course of their occupation. Examples of such a crime include infringement of patents, false advertisements, publication of falsified