Find answers to the following:
- What is meant by the term ‘white-collar crime’?
- What is ‘corporate crime’?
- Find three examples of corporate crime.
- What is ‘occupational crime’?
- Find three examples of occupational crime.
- How might it be argued that white-collar crime is more costly to society than street crime?
- Some argue that white-collar crime is less important than street crime because there are often no direct victims. Suggest three ways in which people may be indirect victims of white collar crime.
- Identify two types of white-collar crime that do have direct victims.
- Some prosecutions for white-collar crime arise as the result of ‘accidents’ at work, caused by cutting corners or negligence. When does an ‘accident’ become a crime?