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Department
Criminology
Course
CRM1300
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Fall

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WhitecollarCorporateandOrganizedCrimeWhitecollar crimeEdwin Sutherland 18831950 first academic to focus on corporate crime Whitecollar criminalsAre mainly hidden from criminologists Cause high financial costDamage social institutions and social relationsWhatiswhitecollarcrimeWhitecollar crime is a committed by individuals who use the marketplace for their criminal activity Whitecollar crimeMiddleclass devianceTax evasion credit card fraud bankruptcy fraud Professional elite devianceMedical fraud investment fraud Business fraudEmbezzlementOccupational crimeEmployee theftCorporate crimeFalse advertisingStatecorporate crimeKickbacksHowseriousisitMuch higher cost than street crime1997 57 of companies claimed being cheated by their own employees USOver 20million serious injuriesOver 30000 deathsyearReceive light penaltiesAn international problemTypesofWhiteCollarCrimesMoore 19801Stings and swindlesFinancialReligious give us money and well feed the poor 2ChiselingOccupational chiselling taking a liiiittle bit off the topProfessional chisellingNot really noticeable Securities fraud3Individual exploitation of positionGovernmentbribes kickbacksIndustrykickbacks soliciting bribes 4Influence peddling and briberyGovernment criminal justice system business5Embezzlement and employee fraudBluecollar fraud management fraud
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