The FIA officer will be joined by a representative of NAB, a nominee of the Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan familiar with money laundering and white-collar crimes
, a nominee of the State Bank of Pakistan, a seasoned Inter-Services Intelligence officer nominated by its director general, and a Military Intelligence officer nominated by its director general.
LAHORE -- Lahore Garrison University's recently established Digital Forensic Research and Service Centre (DFRSC) Monday initiated a special training course of 'Certified white-collar crime
investigator' for National Accountability Bureau (NAB) officials.
The authors of this theory asserts that crimes including White-Collar crimes
, require no motivation, or pressure that is not present in any other form of criminal behavior.
3]: Law enforcement believes specific white-collar crimes
facilitated by the Internet is growing (e.
Jewell's attorney, Sam Perroni of North Little Rock, is using the case as part of the course on white-collar crime
he is teaching at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H.
Any time money and power intersect without appropriate checks and balances, you'll have the potential for problems," says Warren Baker, senior partner at the Chicago law Firm Gardner, Carton & Douglas, and an attorney who has prosecuted a handful of such white-collar crime
cases over the years.
One of the problems with complicated white-collar crimes
like offshore insurance schemes is that they are difficult to explain and difficult for some to see as real crimes.
This means that less than eight percent of white-collar crimes
reached the proper authorities, according to the National Public Survey on White Collar Crime, a groundbreaking survey conducted by the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), a nonprofit, Federally funded organization that supports state and local police in their efforts to prevent, investigate, and prosecute economic and high-tech crime.
FRAUD AND WHITE-COLLAR CRIMES
are typically committed by older, better-educated offenders.
The authors make evident that white-collar crimes
are a substantially greater hazard to the public than street crimes.
Second, let's consider that white-collar crimes
are committed mostly by whites from the middle and upper classes and not by the poor and working classes, which contain a high percentage of black single-female-headed households.
The author, a 17-year veteran with the Austin, Texas, Police Department, presents information in an easy-to-follow manner on a subject of increasing importance to law enforcement as agencies devote more resources to investigating white-collar crimes