Get help with any kind of project - from a high school essay to a PhD dissertation
White Collar And Organized Crime In the twentieth century, White Collar and Organized Crimes have drawn the attention of the U.S. Criminal Justice System because of the increased cost to society compared to most ordinary street crime. Even with the new focus by the Criminal Justice System, the two are still pretty unknown to the public. Though we know it occurs, as a result of lack of coverage and data, society does not realize the level of these crimes or the impact. White Collar and Organized is normally crime perpetrated by someone that's considered respectable and has a high social status. The offenses committed usually include fraud, insider trading, bribery, embezzlement, money laundering, identity theft or forgery. One person wouldn't normally commit all of these but probably one or the other. Most White Collar crimes are committed by organizations that could be corporations or small businesses. White Collar and Organized Crime may undermine the well-being of people across the country. It's one of the more costly crimes in society. White Collar offenders profit from businesses and Organized crime usually profits from illegal companies and can use abusive measures. While I think of Organized Crime, I believe of those mafia like you see on tv. ThatвЂ™s probably what most people think of if you donвЂ™t know about it. In the recent years, organized crime has changed, and the danger is much more complex than it's been previously. According to the FBI, organized crime is comprising Russian Mobs that fled to the U.S., groups that are participating in drug trafficking and scams from African countries and Enterprises based in Eastern European nations such as Romania. Many groups have begun using the in...