Enterprise crimes: illegal acts of opportunity that involve breaking regulatory rules for finical gain however they are not committing personal victimization. White-collar crime: illegal acts such as embezzlement, fraud, market manipulation, restraint of trade and false advertising by someone who has a high status in the marketplace. Green criminology: a sub-group of white-collar crime, is a new category that is crimes against the environment mainly for profit. Cybercrime: illegal acts that use modern technology ex. Organized crime: is related to cybercrime, organized crime involves illegal acts committed by a gang such as drug trafficking. Occupational crime: crime committed by employees for their own personal gain by using the structural advantage provided by their employment. Chiselling: cheating an organization or its costumers for moneyyyyy. Churning: is a white-collar crime by a stockbroker who makes repeated trades to fraudulently increase their own commissions.