Prevention of White Collar Crime

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|White Collar Crime in America - ... Street crime is committed by those who poor, uneducated, |505 words |$19.95 |[preview] | |unemployed, homeless, and pertain to a racial minority. In the other hand white collar crime is |(1.4 pages) | | | |carried out by those that come from a middle class or upper-middle-class, who are business | | | | |people, and have been educated. Even if these both are in many ways different, their members are| | | | |all the same thing, which is they are both potentially causing harm to the society. The one that| | | | |is focused on more then any others in the world of crime is street crime....   [tags: White | | | | |Collar Crime, crime, USA, ] | | | | |The Tragedy of White-Collar Crime - ... The Sherman Act limits monopolies, or the merging of |933 words |$9.95 |[preview] | |companies that would limit competition (www.stolaf.edu). Clean Water Act of 1972 establish the |(2.7 pages) | | | |structure for companies discharging pollutants into the water, the law establish the water | | | | |quality standard for contaminants in surface waters” (www.epa.gov). Truth in Lending Act or | | | | |Consumer Credit Protection Act is a law established to promote informed use of consumer credit | | | | |by disclosures about terms and interests. The Act further governs certain credit transaction | | | | |such as lien credit card and mortgage loans....   [tags: Corporate Crime] | | | | |:: 2 Works Cited | | | | |White Collar Crime - Missing Works Cited In this paper the exciting criminal phenomenon known as|2716 words |$24.95 |[preview] | |white-collar crime will be discussed. Corporate Crime and Computer Crime will be discussed in |(7.8 pages) | | | |detail. Crime preventative agencies such as the NCPC (National Crime Prevention Council) will | | | | |also be researched. White Collar Crime The late Professor Edwin Sutherland coined the term | | | | |white-collar crime about 1941. Sutherland defined white-collar crime as "a crime committed by a | | | | |person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation" (Siegel 337) | | | | |White-collar crime includes, by way of example, such acts as promulgating false or misleading | | | | |advertising, illegal exploitation of employees, mislabeling of goods, violation of weights and | | | | |measures statutes, conspiring to fix prices, evading corporate taxes, computer crimes, and so | | | | |on....   [tags: corporate crime computer criminal essays papers] | | | | |White-Collar Crime Vs. Street Crime - ... Organizational crime is criminal actions taken by |1084 words |$9.95 |[preview] | |large groups such as companies, businesses, or organizations. White-collar criminals are |(3.1 pages) | | | |responsible for more deaths per year than all murderers combined (Barkan, 2012). Overall, | | | | |white-collar...
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