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Politics of Criminal Justice White collar crime costs the United States more money than all street crime put together in any given year There are more people each year that are willing to commit these crimes Society does not feel that white-collar crimes are deviant the people who commit these crimes do not think of themselves as criminals This type of crime is one of the most vexing even though most people feel little threat of this crime in their communities What many do not realize is that white-collar crimes such as embezzlement are affecting them much more in the long run and many times go unnoticed Because embezzlement relies on the trust of many individuals it can lead to tragic economic detriment White-collar crime is caused by greed and lax control mechanisms including accounting controlsseparation of duties and creation of audit trails physical and data access controls and management controlssupervision work climate and reward systems The Criminal Justice System is also unsatisfactory in the manner in which it punishes these criminals We have decided to change this Embezzlement The misappropriation or misapplication of money or property entrusted to ones care custody or control Problem Embezzlers steal 4 to 6 billion dollars a year from their employers masters and principals yet their thefts are rarely detected Goal To reduce the number of white collar criminals focusing on embezzlers in each separate state Firmly entrenched the study of white-collar crime travels under a number of criminological identities Some prefer the term upper world crime while others favor crimes of the powerful avocational crime economic crime or abuse of power No matter what they are called the behaviors being classified have a similar core they all include rip-offs of saving and loan institution anti-trust violations health care frauds misrepresentation
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